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Not owning a house can do wonders for your personal finances. Over the past two decades, the only segment of the population with any momentum in becoming debt-free is the young adult under age 35. Prohibitively expensive housing is a big part of the story. No house = less debt.

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There was a time when the country built affordable homes on a massive scale, unlike today when we rely largely on market forces to create housing, Shawn Micallef writes.