The number of people living in cities across the U.S. has been on the decline since the 1970s, with the U to remain among the largest in the world, according to the U, the World Economic Forum, the Census Bureau, and the National Association of Realtors.
And it’s only going to get worse in the coming decades.
In a report titled “The Great Collapse of the U,” a group of economists and policy makers predict that by 2050, the number of U.s. residents living in apartments and condos will be a staggering 43.4 million, with 1.1 million of them living in homes.
These numbers represent a sharp drop from what they were in 1970s and 1980s, when the U was home to 4.2 million people.
By 2050, this will represent less than 1% of the population, according the report.
But the recession has also led to a sharp decrease in home ownership, which is driving home ownership rates down even further.
The median home value in the U is $2,100, and according to a recent study, the median price for a single-family home is $1,845, according.
“The great collapse of the American economy,” the report stated, “has put an unprecedented strain on the housing market.”
The recession is also likely to impact rental rates in the near future.
The average rent in the United States has increased by nearly 10% in the past year.
In addition, a survey of local real estate agents found that the percentage of people who rent out their homes to other people has been decreasing, and is now at its lowest level since 2010.
According to the survey, only 13% of U-visitors reported renting their homes in the last 12 months, down from nearly 20% in 2015.
The housing market in some parts of the country is also expected to suffer further in the wake of the recession, as more and more people are expected to be forced to move.
“We see more and better-paid workers leaving the country and more and worse-paid ones returning,” said Mike Linder, the head of research at Zillow, in a recent article.
“It’s going to be a much more challenging time for those who do make it back home.”
The U. has seen some of the largest declines in home-rental usage in recent memory, and it’s no wonder.
According the Census, about 8.4% of people rent out an average of $2.9 million in their home.
This number is higher than the 10.1% in 2013 and 8.9% in 2016.
And the decline in home sales is likely to continue, according a study by Zillows.
Home sales in 2018, the year the recession officially ended, fell 8.7%, while sales in 2019 and 2020 were up just 3.4%, according to Zillots data.
The data also shows that fewer people are renting out their properties.
According a study conducted by the Pew Research Center in 2018 and 2019, about a third of the 1.9 billion Americans who rent their homes have no rental income.
The percentage of renters in the population who do not have a fixed income has also been decreasing for a long time.
According an Economic Policy Institute report, a growing number of renters have no fixed income, with more than 25% of renters living below the poverty line in 2017.