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Millennials with “boom-mates” could ease the housing crunch


NPR’s Marketplace

There has been a common theme in the housing market in recent years: Housing prices are high, and inventory is low. At least that’s the case in most major cities, where job growth remains strong. 
This is bad news for young people who are trying to get a toehold in the labor force while also putting a roof over their heads. 
Some new research by the real estate firm Trulia points to a possible solution to the problem: baby boomers.

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