A new survey of Americans 55 years and over shows that almost half worry about where they will live in retirement and almost two-thirds of baby boomer parents fret about their adult children’s ability to afford desirable housing
A new survey of Americans 55 years and over shows that almost half worry about where they will live in retirement and almost two-thirds of baby boomer parents fret about their adult children’s ability to afford desirable housing Miami Herald File
A new survey of Americans 55 years and over shows that almost half worry about where they will live in retirement and almost two-thirds of baby boomer parents fret about their adult children’s ability to afford desirable housing Miami Herald File

It’s not just cash-strapped millennials worried about housing affordability

February 16, 2017 09:02 AM

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