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After years of media speculation and pundits declaring that the millennial generation is so very different and may never own a car or a house, changing all business and real estate markets, shares some actual research data showing that the lull of the great recession may actually fit historical patterns. With household-formation rates back to normal after a three-year freeze, not unlike past recessions, the demise of the single-family home may have been greatly exaggerated. Sorry, kids.

Thanks to our friend John Peterson at Melvin Mark for posting this article.

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