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But now, say some economists, baby boomers aren’t selling their houses as earlier generations did – they’re not downsizing fast enough as they approach and pass traditional retirement ages.
Montreal real estate: blame home shortage in Quebec on baby boomers A recent survey shows that Quebec boomers are less likely than those in the rest of Canada to move to the suburbs or condos when.
They rocked at Woodstock, marched in protest on campus, distrusted authority, and then as adults, took out mortgages and bought lots of real estate. But now, say some economists, baby boomers aren’t.
Housing inventory shortages continue to plague the real estate market, and the generation that’s most to blame is Baby Boomers. In fact. a series of questions aimed at examining the root causes of.
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Blame Baby Boomers. The number of residential houses available to. list will depend on whether they can find another home.” Realtor.com, an online real estate listing site operated by News Corp.,
Baby boomers will change the market. baby boomers are increasingly demanding urban living as well, but thanks to poor financial planning and economic changes they’re struggling to afford that kind of lifestyle. This creates an interesting challenge for the real estate industry: a demand for apartment and condo complexes that cater to seniors.
Baby boomers are responsible for America’s crazy real-estate market with its insanely-priced houses, high rents, and housing shortage. Boomers; those aged 52 to 71, are driving up property prices by simply refusing to sell their homes, zillow chief economist svenja gudell told CNBC’s On the Money .