New numbers from the Federal Reserve show some strange shifts in homeownership rates by age. An article is here about the most recent triennial survey. Although the survey was conducted in 2004, this is the first time the numbers have seen the light of day.

Anyone care to explain why homeownership rates rose slightly for ages up to 54, fell for 55 to 74, and rose a lot for ages 75 and up?

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