A new study from the National Association of Home Builders has revealed that the majority of Americans (62%) are planning to move into their own homes by 2021.

That’s up from 58% in 2013, and more than 10% since 2005.

The survey was conducted among more than 1,500 households across the country, with more than 2,300 households participating.

While the study doesn’t provide any definitive numbers, it does highlight the importance of living in your own home.

In a nutshell, the survey found that people who have a good sense of place are more likely to move within the next two years, and those who live in urban areas are more apt to be moving in the near future.

In addition, more than half of respondents said that they are planning on buying their own home in the next six months, and that’s more than the figure for people who live farther away.

The average home price has climbed nearly fivefold since 2005, but the median home price is still less than half that of a year ago.

And while the number of people living in their own place has steadily grown, the number moving out has remained steady.

That means that moving out is often the most expensive part of moving in.

The report found that moving from a place with lower home values to a place where prices are higher would likely result in a loss of income, and could also mean that moving away could be more costly.

The study also found that Americans are less likely to buy a home if the property is located in an area where they have an immediate commute.

The same is true for people living close to schools, or close to a major shopping center.

The research also showed that a majority of people are considering moving out of a house where they don’t work or live in a low-income area.

Moving out is the fastest growing career for people with college degrees, but those with high school degrees are also more likely than those with less education to be planning to leave their homes.

It’s no surprise that people with higher education are more inclined to move out, given that they tend to be more educated and live in more expensive areas.

Still, the overall trend is clear.

The national survey also found the average home value has increased by over $700,000 since 2005 when it was only $250,000.

This increase is especially important because housing costs are rising more rapidly than other major life costs like health care and education.

But what about moving out for more income?

This is where people can find an easy fix.

The median household income for the entire country was $42,971 in 2021, according to the National Institute of Housing and Urban Development.

While that is still well above the $50,000 median income of the United States in 2005, it’s a much more affordable figure than what many of us are earning now.

As of last year, the median household salary for someone living in a metropolitan area was $51,838, according a survey from the Pew Research Center.

This means that the median income for a household with two people was $56,845 in 2021.

The amount that people earn per month has decreased over the past decade, but this doesn’t mean that it’s not an important source of income.

The National Housing Federation, an advocacy group that works to build more affordable housing, reported that median household incomes have increased by $2,000 in the past 20 years, while median household debt has increased nearly fourfold, from $10,000 to $80,000 per person.

So while the amount of money you have to spend to buy your home is growing, there are some things that are growing at a faster pace than the average person.

And if you want to make the most of your retirement savings, consider living in the home of a close friend or relative.