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Approximately 44 million U.S. households are renters, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. While the majority of renters move freque…

The pandemic has disrupted many aspects of life, and some of the most significant shifts have occurred in housing. A combination of factors could lead to high activity in some parts of the rental market while creating uncertainty or vulnerability in others.

For many, the view of a typical renter is a young person. Yet, over the last two decades, the data shows that many older Americans are forgoing homeownership in favor of shorter-term living arrangements in the rental market.

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