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Becoming a Nation of Renters Might Save Us

Homeownership is down and renting is up, and that surely means bad news for the economy and people's finances, right? Wrong, argues Daniel Gross in the Wall Street Journal. In fact, it's a beautiful thing. "The new realities of our increasingly mobile economy make it more likely that this transition...
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