Slower Household Formation Driven by Demographics

posted by Michael Lewis on January 21, 2015

Found in US, categorized in Macro

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Housing activity continues to recover at only a gradual pace, e.g., there were just 1 mm housing starts in 2014, a far cry from the prevailing 1.5 mm trend of the past decade (let alone the +2 mm reached at the height of the housing bubble).


FMI’s commentary on the moderation in the rate of household formation.

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