CHICAGO-During the last decade, government policy had forcedhomeownership to 68% of all households but the number has beendropping since the last few years. John Burns, a housing analyst,predicts that homeownership would fall below 62% and may decreasefurther.


While analyzing the nation's housing policies, the head of anIrvine-based market analysis firm reports several factors that helpincrease homeownership include new household formation, agingdemographics, social policy and affordability. For the fullstory, go to Chicago Tribune.

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