Data implies that homeownership among millennials is down, but it doesn’t mean they aren’t interested in purchasing a property. In the last two decades, homeownership in the U.S. has dropped across the board and especially so for young Americans. The speed of homeownership below the age of 35 has dropped 9.8 percent since 1996. So where is America that is youthful residing? Many of them are still renting, and a lot more of them (32.1 percent) are moving back home. For the first time on record, 18-to-34 year olds tend to be more prone to reside than any other living arrangement with their parents. However, that doesn’t mean they aren’t interested in owning a house. The Fanny Mae Housing Survey[…]