The fact that so many Millennials are now renting instead of buying has been trumpeted as a hip lifestyle choice.
If you are between 25 and 34, there is less than a 40 percent chance that you are a homeowner.
That's compared to more than 46 percent before the real estate market crash, USA Today reports.
But it turns out that many members of this up and coming generation would like to become homeowners as well - they just can't get a break.
What's your take? Is Renter Nation for real or just a way of papering over some serious structural problems with the real estate market?
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