When it comes to feeling a sense of community, those who earn more money are more likely to report that there is a sense of community where they live and work.
Homes were slightly more affordable in Q3 2016 compared with Q3 2015.
As people embrace a wider variety of household and family structures, multigenerational living is increasing.
Buying a primary residence is a financial decision, but also an emotional one that involves many lifestyle factors.
Generation Xers value family time above all else, and the home is the central hub of family activity, offering a place to unwind and connect outside of their bust work life.
Aspirations of homeownership remain strong, but an increasing percentage of consumers with student loan debt worry about their homeownership future.
Despite media headlines to the contrary, millennials do aspire to own a home. However, millennials are approaching homeownership on their own terms.
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Education levels don't necessarily have much to do with homeownership rates.
45% of homeowners installed smart systems or devices that can be monitored or controlled via smartphone, tablet or computer into their renovation projects.