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Update on "Peak Renter"

From economist Josh Lehner at Oregon Office of Economic Analysis Peak Renter In Real LifeA year ago our office asked “Is 2015 Peak Renter?” We laid out a straightforward case examining the three main underlying drivers for the shift into rentership over the past decade: household finances, demographics, and preferences and tastes. We know the pendulum has swung all the way toward rentership.
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