Zillow reports that the share of empty nest households has surged over the past decade to a new all-time high. In 2015, 15.5 percent of U.S. households (18.3 million total) were empty nests, which are single-family homes with no kids. The rate is up from 11.9 percent (13.2 million total) in 2005. Pittsburgh, Buffalo, and Cleveland were among the markets with the most empty nests.
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