Demand for multifamily housing in the US relative to single-family housing has peaked since its highs in 2011. Now, older millennials, with more stable incomes and growing families, are driving the interest in single-family homes. Photo: APDemand for multifamily housing in the US relative to single-family housing has peaked since its highs in 2011. Now, older millennials, with more stable incomes and growing families, are driving the interest in single-family homes. Photo: AP
Demand for multifamily housing in the US relative to single-family housing has peaked since its highs in 2011. Now, older millennials, with more stable incomes and growing families, are driving the interest in single-family homes. Photo: AP

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Demand for multifamily housing in the US relative to single-family housing has peaked since its highs in 2011. Now, older millennials, with more stable incomes and growing families, are driving the interest in single-family homes. Photo: APDemand for multifamily housing in the US relative to single-family housing has peaked since its highs in 2011. Now, older millennials, with more stable incomes and growing families, are driving the interest in single-family homes. Photo: AP
Demand for multifamily housing in the US relative to single-family housing has peaked since its highs in 2011. Now, older millennials, with more stable incomes and growing families, are driving the interest in single-family homes. Photo: AP
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