Young Adults Flock Back Home

September 15th, 2012
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Econintersect:  The expansion in net new household formation has averaged about 1/3 the number for 2009-2011 as was experienced in the preceding decade before the Great Financial Crisis.

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Follow up:

The decline in net new household formation for the last four years has contributed to the significant decrease in the demand for housing. (GEI News)  It results from many sources but one of the significant causes is fledglings returning to the nest, as discussed in the following info graphic from  CollegeAtHome.com:

John Lounsbury

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