[:en]Homeownership Rates: Are They Really Crashing?[:es]Las tasas de los propietarios de casa: ¿se están derrumbando?[:]

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The Census recently released their 2014 Homeownership Statistics, and many began to worry that Americans have taken a step back from the notion of homeownership.

Easy… Chicken Little

The national homeownership rate peaked in 2004, representing a 69.2% of Americans who bought vs. rented their primary residence. Many have noticed a decline in rate since then and taken that as a bad sign.

However, if you look at the national rate over the last 30 years (1984-2014), you can see that the current homeownership rate has returned closer to the historic norm. 2014 ended the year with a rate of 64% just under the rate in 1985 and 1995.

Homeownership Rates Historically | Simplifying The Market

Bottom Line

With interest rates and prices still below where experts predict, evaluate your ability to purchase a home with a local real estate professional.[:es]

Homeownership Rates: Are They Crashing? | Keeping Current Matters

El censo recientemente publicó sus estadísticas sobre los propietarios de casa 2014, y muchos empezaron a preocuparse de que los estadounidenses han dado un paso atrás de la noción de ser propietario de casa.

Tranquilo… “Chicken Little”

La tasa nacional de propietarios de casa alcanzó su máximo en 2014, representando el 69.2 % de los estadounidenses que compraron vs los que alquilaron su residencia principal. Muchos han notado una disminución en la tasa desde entonces y han tomado eso como una mala señal.

Sin embargo, si usted mira la tasa nacional en los últimos 30 años (1984-2014), puede ver que la tasa actual de propietarios de casa ha regresado cerca de la norma histórica. 2014 finalizó el año con un índice de 64 % apenas por debajo de la tasa en 1985 y 19995.

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En conclusión

Con las tasas de interés y los precios aún por debajo de lo que los expertos predicen, evalúe su habilidad para comprar una casa con un profesional local en bienes raíces.

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[:en]Homeownership Rates: Are They Really Crashing?[:es]Las tasas de los propietarios de casa: ¿se están derrumbando?[:]



[:en]  The Census recently released their 2014 Homeownership Statistics, and many began to worry that Americans have taken a step back from the notion of homeownership. Easy… Chicken Little The national homeownership rate peaked in 2004, representing a 69.2% of Americans who bought vs. rented their primary residence. Many have noticed a decline in rate ...

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[:en]Homeownership Rates: Are They Really Crashing?[:es]Las tasas de los propietarios de casa: ¿se están derrumbando?[:]



[:en] 

The Census recently released their 2014 Homeownership Statistics, and many began to worry that Americans have taken a step back from the notion of homeownership.

Easy… Chicken Little

The national homeownership rate peaked in 2004, representing a 69.2% of Americans who bought vs. rented their primary residence. Many have noticed a decline in rate since then and taken that as a bad sign.

However, if you look at the national rate over the last 30 years (1984-2014), you can see that the current homeownership rate has returned closer to the historic norm. 2014 ended the year with a rate of 64% just under the rate in 1985 and 1995.

Homeownership Rates Historically | Simplifying The Market

Bottom Line

With interest rates and prices still below where experts predict, evaluate your ability to purchase a home with a local real estate professional.[:es]

Homeownership Rates: Are They Crashing? | Keeping Current Matters

El censo recientemente publicó sus estadísticas sobre los propietarios de casa 2014, y muchos empezaron a preocuparse de que los estadounidenses han dado un paso atrás de la noción de ser propietario de casa.

Tranquilo… “Chicken Little”

La tasa nacional de propietarios de casa alcanzó su máximo en 2014, representando el 69.2 % de los estadounidenses que compraron vs los que alquilaron su residencia principal. Muchos han notado una disminución en la tasa desde entonces y han tomado eso como una mala señal.

Sin embargo, si usted mira la tasa nacional en los últimos 30 años (1984-2014), puede ver que la tasa actual de propietarios de casa ha regresado cerca de la norma histórica. 2014 finalizó el año con un índice de 64 % apenas por debajo de la tasa en 1985 y 19995.

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En conclusión

Con las tasas de interés y los precios aún por debajo de lo que los expertos predicen, evalúe su habilidad para comprar una casa con un profesional local en bienes raíces.

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[:en]Homeownership Rates: Are They Really Crashing?[:es]Las tasas de los propietarios de casa: ¿se están derrumbando?[:]



[:en]  The Census recently released their 2014 Homeownership Statistics, and many began to worry that Americans have taken a step back from the notion of homeownership. Easy… Chicken Little The national homeownership rate peaked in 2004, representing a 69.2% of Americans who bought vs. rented their primary residence. Many have noticed a decline in rate ...

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