Tuesday, August 8, 2017


Like much of his generation, Yanoviak is desperate to get a piece of an increasingly scarce commodity: prime American real estate. Millennials are finding themselves out in the cold because building has slowed, and longer-living baby boomers are staying put, setting up a simmering conflict between the two biggest generations in U.S. history.  People 55 and older own 53 percent of U.S. owner-occupied houses, the biggest share since the government started collecting data in 1900.

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