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You'll Never Guess Who's Pushing Homeownership Higher

``The year-over-year increase was greatest among the much-watched Millennials, those under age 35, who had been slower than earlier generations in becoming homeowners.  Their rate was up 1.3 point to 36.0 percent over the 12-month period.  The other two age groups posted only tiny annual changes. Those 35 years to 44 years of age had a rate of 58.9 percent and the 45 to 54 cohort's rate was 69.
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