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HOME DEPOT: Millennials are piling back into the housing market, and it's great for us (HD)

Home Depot, America's largest home-improvement store, is counting on millennials to extend the US housing recovery. The US homeownership rate for people under 35 still trails other age groups for reasons including delayed marriage and record student debt. According to the Census Bureau, 35.3% of people in this age bracket owned homes in the second quarter, up from 34.1% a year ago.
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