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Catherine Rampell

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Opinion columnist at @washingtonpost. Previously econ reporter/moonlighting theater critic at @nytimes.

Catherine Rampell: Millennials aren’t buying homes. Good for them

lacrossetribune.com — Millennial homeownership rates are way, way down. And believe it or not, that's probably a good thing. Across all age groups, the U.S. homeownership rate - at 62.9 percent - has now fallen to its lowest level in more than five decades. Among younger Americans only, things look especially paltry.

Catherine Rampell: Millennials are right to delay homeownership - Winston-Salem Journal: Columnists

journalnow.com — Millennial homeownership rates are way, way down. And believe it or not, that's probably a good thing. Across all age groups, the U.S. homeownership rate - at 62.9 percent - has now fallen to its lowest level in more than five decades. Among younger Americans only, things look especially paltry.

Millennials Aren't Buying Homes. Good for Them. | RealClearPolitics

Catherine Rampell: Millennials aren't buying homes. Good for them.

heraldtribune.com — Millennial homeownership rates are way, way down. And believe it or not, that's probably a good thing.Across all age groups, the U.S. homeownership rate - at 62.9 percent - has now fallen to its lowest level in more than five decades.

Catherine Rampell: Buying homes out of reach for young

battlecreekenquirer.com — Millennial homeownership rates are way, way down. And believe it or not, that's probably a good thing. Across all age groups, the U.S. homeownership rate - at 62.9 percent - has now fallen to its lowest level in more than five decades. Among younger Americans only, things look especially paltry.

Millennials Not Buying Homes. Good | RealClearMarkets

sandiegouniontribune.com — Millennial homeownership rates are way, way down. And believe it or not, that's probably a good thing. Across all age groups, the U.S. homeownership rate - at 62.9 percent - has now fallen to its lowest level in more than five decades. Among younger Americans only, things look especially paltry.

Millennials are walking away from homeownership. And that's a good thing.

chicagotribune.com — Millennial homeownership rates are way, way down. And believe it or not, that's probably a good thing. Across all age groups, the U.S. homeownership rate - at 62.9 percent - has now fallen to its lowest level in more than five decades. Among younger Americans only, things look especially paltry.

Catherine Rampell: Millennials hold back on homebuying

indystar.com — Millennial homeownership rates are way, way down. And believe it or not, that's probably a good thing. Across all age groups, the U.S. homeownership rate - at 62.9 percent - has now fallen to its lowest level in more than five decades. Among younger Americans only, things look especially paltry.

Millennials aren’t buying homes. Good for them.

thespectrum.com — Millennial homeownership rates are way, way down. And believe it or not, that's probably a good thing. Across all age groups, the U.S. homeownership rate - at 62.9 percent - has now fallen to its lowest level in more than five decades. Among younger Americans only, things look especially paltry.
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