Harvard Study Looks at Where, How Aging Baby Boomers Live

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While a lot of attention is now focused on Millennials, the country is still aging. A new report from the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies looks at how the growing population of elderly is poised to change the characteristics of homeownership and the need to prepare for the ramifications. The first part of the report, Housing America’s Older Adults 2019 , details the aging of the population as Baby Boomers increasingly reach retirement age – the leading edge of the second largest generation in history is now 73 years old – and where and with whom they reside. The number of households headed by persons 65 years of older increased from 27 million in 2012 to 31 million in 2017. The next younger age cohort, those aged 50 to 64 grew only by 770,000 to about 35 million. Over the next 20 years…(read more)

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