By Steven Russolillo | The Wall Street Journal
Millennials appear to be in no rush to ditch their parents’ homes. Perhaps they should be.
More adults between ages 18 and 34 are now living with mommy and daddy than ever before, according to the Pew Research Center. And the millennials who have fled the nest have increasingly become renters rather than buyers, a major reason the U.S. homeownership rate hit a 48-year low earlier this year.
But times are changing.