Home Sales Spike as Millennials, Boomers Ditch City Living

Home Sales Spike as Millennials, Boomers Ditch City Living

The current U.S. housing market reflects a perfect storm of demand – the virus has led buyers of all ages to seek larger residences for work and relaxation as low interest rates and demographic factors add fuel to the fire. Bill Geis, head of private client banking at Raymond James Bank, discusses this sudden reversal of prior trends.

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Recorded January 21, 2021. Hosted by Public Content Manager Paige Lenssen, CFA.

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