Millennials could change homeownership landscape, analysts say

06/17/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Millennials are expected to make a lasting change in the housing market, analysts say, though exactly what that change will be remains unclear. Recent surveys show that millennials want to live in developments with a mix of housing types that are close to shops and transit. Meanwhile, the generation's housing options could be influenced by its struggles with joblessness, high student debt and other economic setbacks, analysts say.

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