How renters of homes and apartments view ownership

02/28/2013 | Housing Wire

Sixty percent of people renting single-family homes want to own a home within five years, while 44% of people renting apartments want to own, finds a survey of renters by Opinion Research Corp. for Premier Property Management Group. The most popular reason that single-family home renters gave for not currently owning is that they enjoy renting. The top reason among apartment dwellers was "don't want to own." The survey also found that renters of single-family homes make more money and are more likely to have children than apartment renters.

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