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Report: More leaving parental nest for new homes
The rate at which individuals or families are getting their own homes has grown over the past two years, supported by a steady, if tepid, economic recovery and gradual labor market gains, Reuters reported.
In 2011, households increased by 1.1 million. The number grew closer to 1.2 million in 2012. The deep financial crisis and recession of 2007 to 2009 kept many Americans from leaving their parents' nests, and drove many others back into them.
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