The Census release on 2016 population reveals that the most populous age in the U.S. is 25 at almost 4.8 million people. The largest three age groups are 24 to 26, with 14.2 million Americans combined.
So who are today’s first-time home buyers? To paint a picture of the typical first-timer, the New York Times created an inforgraphic drawn from information in the 2016 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers.
Changes to Dodd-Frank will likely have broad impacts on the economy, but one key element for the housing industry is Trump’s focus on what he calls, “regulation that makes it impossible for banks to lend to people that are going to create jobs.”