Millions of young adults are starting to leave their parents’ homes, creating households at the fastest rate since 2007. They are helping to provide a so-called shadow supply that may boost U.S. housing starts more than 50 percent by next year and spur consumption at a rate almost double that of the past two years.

Consistent with what NAHB Chief Economist David Crowe told us in March?

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