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Author: Deevy, Martha
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1. Streeter, Jialu
Sims, Tamara
Deevy, Martha
Generational Shifts in Life Course Trajectories: Implications for Homeownership by Age 30
In: Sightlines Special Report: Seeing Our Way to Financial Security in the Age of Increased Longevity, Stanford Center on Longevity, October 2018.
Also: http://longevity.stanford.edu/sightlines-financial-security-special-report/
Cohort(s): NLSY79, NLSY97
Publisher: Stanford Center on Longevity
Keyword(s): Home Ownership; Intergenerational Patterns/Transmission; Life Course; Marriage; Student Loans

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In this report, we examine whether age trajectories of homeownership are changing in line with shifts observed in other significant decisions with financial implications (e.g., acquiring student debt, getting married, etc.). We also examine whether rates are likely to bounce back in line with real estate trends of the past. Two data sources were used: the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (NLSY) and the Stanford Center on Longevity Milestones Survey from 2017.
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Streeter, Jialu, Tamara Sims and Martha Deevy. "Generational Shifts in Life Course Trajectories: Implications for Homeownership by Age 30." In: Sightlines Special Report: Seeing Our Way to Financial Security in the Age of Increased Longevity, Stanford Center on Longevity, October 2018.