[:en]American Dream of Homeownership Still Very Much Alive[:es]El sueño americano de ser propietario de casa todavía sigue muy vivo[:]

[:en]In a recent post, Trulia examined whether homeownership was again being seen by adults in the US as a “part of their personal American Dream.” Over the last five years:

  • The percentage of U.S. adults who believe homeownership is part of their American Dream increased from 70% to 75%
  • The percentage of 18-34 Year-olds who believe homeownership is part of their American Dream increased from 65% to 80%

Here is a graph of the survey over the last five years:

American Dream of Homeownership | Simplifying The Market

Bottom Line

As the housing industry recovers from the crisis of 2008-2010, Americans belief in homeownership as part of their own personal American Dream has also made a strong comeback.[:es]En un artículo reciente, Tulia examinó si el ser propietario de casa fue visto de nuevo por los adultos en U.S.A como una “parte de su sueño americano personal”, en los últimos cinco años:

  • El porcentaje de los adultos estadounidenses que creen que el ser propietario de casa es parte de su sueño americano aumento desde el 70 % al 75 %
  • El porcentaje entre las edades de 18 a 34 que creen que el ser propietario de casa es parte de su sueño americano aumento desde el 65 % al 80 %

Aquí hay una gráfica de la encuesta durante los últimos cinco años:

 porcentaje propietarios que dicen q ser propietarios es parte del sueño americano| Simplifying The Market

En conclusión

A medida que la industria de la vivienda se recupera de la crisis de 2008 a 2010, los estadounidenses que creen que el ser propietarios de casa como una parte de su sueño americano personas ha hecho una reaparición fuerte.[:]

[:en]American Dream of Homeownership Still Very Much Alive[:es]El sueño americano de ser propietario de casa todavía sigue muy vivo[:]



[:en]In a recent post, Trulia examined whether homeownership was again being seen by adults in the US as a “part of their personal American Dream.” Over the last five years: The percentage of U.S. adults who believe homeownership is part of their American Dream increased from 70% to 75% The percentage of 18-34 Year-olds who believe ...

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[:en]American Dream of Homeownership Still Very Much Alive[:es]El sueño americano de ser propietario de casa todavía sigue muy vivo[:]



[:en]In a recent post, Trulia examined whether homeownership was again being seen by adults in the US as a “part of their personal American Dream.” Over the last five years:

  • The percentage of U.S. adults who believe homeownership is part of their American Dream increased from 70% to 75%
  • The percentage of 18-34 Year-olds who believe homeownership is part of their American Dream increased from 65% to 80%

Here is a graph of the survey over the last five years:

American Dream of Homeownership | Simplifying The Market

Bottom Line

As the housing industry recovers from the crisis of 2008-2010, Americans belief in homeownership as part of their own personal American Dream has also made a strong comeback.[:es]En un artículo reciente, Tulia examinó si el ser propietario de casa fue visto de nuevo por los adultos en U.S.A como una “parte de su sueño americano personal”, en los últimos cinco años:

  • El porcentaje de los adultos estadounidenses que creen que el ser propietario de casa es parte de su sueño americano aumento desde el 70 % al 75 %
  • El porcentaje entre las edades de 18 a 34 que creen que el ser propietario de casa es parte de su sueño americano aumento desde el 65 % al 80 %

Aquí hay una gráfica de la encuesta durante los últimos cinco años:

 porcentaje propietarios que dicen q ser propietarios es parte del sueño americano| Simplifying The Market

En conclusión

A medida que la industria de la vivienda se recupera de la crisis de 2008 a 2010, los estadounidenses que creen que el ser propietarios de casa como una parte de su sueño americano personas ha hecho una reaparición fuerte.[:]

[:en]American Dream of Homeownership Still Very Much Alive[:es]El sueño americano de ser propietario de casa todavía sigue muy vivo[:]



[:en]In a recent post, Trulia examined whether homeownership was again being seen by adults in the US as a “part of their personal American Dream.” Over the last five years: The percentage of U.S. adults who believe homeownership is part of their American Dream increased from 70% to 75% The percentage of 18-34 Year-olds who believe ...

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