In this Nov. 20, 2015, file photo, a rental sign is seen outside a property in Denver. The majority of U.S. renters are now older than 40, a fundamental shift over the past decade that reflects the lasting damage of the housing crash and an aging population, a study said Wednesday, Dec. 9.
In this Nov. 20, 2015, file photo, a rental sign is seen outside a property in Denver. The majority of U.S. renters are now older than 40, a fundamental shift over the past decade that reflects the lasting damage of the housing crash and an aging population, a study said Wednesday, Dec. 9. David Zalubowski AP
In this Nov. 20, 2015, file photo, a rental sign is seen outside a property in Denver. The majority of U.S. renters are now older than 40, a fundamental shift over the past decade that reflects the lasting damage of the housing crash and an aging population, a study said Wednesday, Dec. 9. David Zalubowski AP