Do you know what motivates younger renters? What they plan to do about rental housing and the features and amenities they really want? ran a survey and sent results data to

It's "younger" rather than "Gen-Z" because the age groups don't match up well enough. Instead of adult Gen-Z participants, which would be roughly 18 to 27, it's 18 to 34. Also, some of the data aren't broken out by age.

For example, those who currently rent weren't divided by age, so included everyone from 18 to 65 and older. Of those, 65.8% say they plan to rent again while 10.4% say no, and 23.8% are unsure.

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