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Freddie Mac Finds Rising Rents are Not Pushing Homeownership

New Freddie Mac research reveals that despite rising rents, the majority of renters are not motivated to purchase a home and positive perceptions about renting are increasing. Harris Poll was selected by Freddie Mac to conduct the survey of more than 2,000 U.S. adults online in March 2015 to get their renting viewpoints.

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Census Bureau: New Home Sales at Highest Rate in Seven Years

According to data released by the U.S. Census and HUD the February sales are up nearly 25 percent compared to sales from that month last year. Sales for February 2014 were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 539,000. This is 7.8 percent above the January rate of 500,000.

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U.S. Census Bureau Data Shows Drop In Homeownership

Age matters when it comes to ownership. Older residents are more likely to own their own home. Households owned by residents 65 or older had the highest percentage of ownership rates at 79.5 percent, while residents under 35 scored lowest at 35.3 percent. The rate of homeownership can change drastically by age. While the numbers of homeowners age 35 to 44 was 58.8 percent that number jumps to 75.8 percent for owners age 55 to 64.

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