money.cnn.com - According to a report released Thursday by Harvard's Joint Center for Housing Studies, as the economy shows signs of improvement, by 2025 Millennials could form 24 million new households and spur a huge comeback in the U.S. real estate market.
The report also found that, traditionally, the number of young people who buy homes increases as their incomes grow. Recently, hiring of Millennials has improved as the economy heals. If the trend continues, parents of Milennials could soon become empty-nesters.
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