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The September 2019 National Update is now available. 

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LIFETIME HOMEOWNERSHIP AND HOMEOWNERSHIP SURVIVAL RATES USING THE NATIONAL LONGITUDINAL SURVEY OF YOUTH

11/1. The U.S. homeownership rate stood at 64.2 percent in the first quarter of 2019, an improvement from its level between 2015 and 2018, but still significantly below its peak of 69.2 percent in 2004. The weaker homeownership rate is partly due to housing affordability challenges facing the market today. But it could also be the case that more households prefer to rent than before, or they are moving in and out of homeownership over shorter periods of time to meet their needs.

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Housing Statistics

Name Current Previous
SF Housing Starts (10/17) Increase918 Th 915 Th
Building Permits (10/17) Decrease1.387 M 1.427 M
New Sales (10/25) Decrease701 Th 706 Th
Existing Sales (10/25) Decrease5.380 M 5.500 M
New SF Home Prices (10/25) Decrease$299.4 Th $325.2 Th
Existing SF Home Prices (10/25) Decrease$275.1 Th $281.9 Th
30-yr Fixed (11/8) Decrease3.69 3.78
5/1-yr ARM (11/8) Decrease3.39 3.43

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