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Survey shows homeownership is still the American Dream

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 · Survey Shows 75% of Americans Are Losing Faith on the American Dream. To compile the 2017 Hearth State of the American Dream Report, the data scientists at Hearth a fintech startup that helps homebuyers make smart financial decisions during renovations-surveyed 2,000 Americans about their sentiments on the elusive American Dream.

Homeownership: Still the American Dream by The KCM Crew on August 16, 2011 in For Buyers, They survey the American public on a multitude of questions concerning today’s housing market.. However, the study shows that the four major reasons a person buys a home have nothing to do with.

Data shows. such as homeownership and less financially secure than their parents, the baby boomers. And, based on the results of a recent survey from GOBankingRates, millennials have certainly.

Homeownership has long been the American Dream. money away on rent. Still, 46% of millennials do hope to buy a home within the next four years. At the same time, however, many are apprehensive.

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Homeownership is still a vital-though vulnerable-component of the American Dream. Protecting it. while noting that challenges still remain. Recent NAR survey data show a lingering misconception.

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– Equal opportunity – Happiness and material comfort – High employment – Homeownership – Rags to riches – Success through hard work By far, the most popular response was "success through hard work," with 43 percent of respondents saying they associate this most with the American dream.

Missing millennial homeownership endangers the American Dream. As the report makes clear, that’s due to a lot of complex factors. millennials are more racially and ethnically diverse than earlier generations, and minority households are much less likely to own homes than whites are. Also see: For Black History Month,

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Report: Homeownership Is a Precondition of the American Dream. Despite some claims that homeownership’s importance to the American Dream is in decline, the report found that the dream of homeownership remains strong. Of Americans who said they think achieving the American Dream is important, 70% think homeownership is important to the dream, and 41% think homeownership is very important to the dream.