Recode: Homeship reviews: The land-based lifestyle can’t last for long

A new survey found that millennials are choosing to live in larger houses over the past few years, despite the fact that many people still prefer to live on their own.

The survey by Zillow, an online real estate brokerage, found that people under 30 are living in their own homes with larger living spaces and bigger homes in their yards.

It found that the number of homes owned by Millennials has increased by 60 percent since 2012, from 5.7 million to 9.9 million.

The survey also found that Millennials are also living in more and larger homes with more bedrooms and more living space.

But the trend isn’t as big as some might think.

According to the survey, only 5.3 percent of millennials own a house in their backyard, while 19 percent live in their parents’ basement.

Zillow also found Millennials are more likely to own cars than their parents were.

This trend is especially pronounced among younger Millennials, who are more apt to own a car than their older counterparts.

And Zilloview found that in the past decade, Millennials have purchased more homes than any other generation.

This means that they’ve increased the number in their neighborhoods, and they’ve also become more likely than older generations to live alone.

The land-shipping trend is also growing more popular among Millennials.

Zillows study found that Millennial homeownership has doubled in the last four years, from 1.6 million to 3.9 millions.

This has created a housing bubble, as Millennial homes are being built on top of land owned by older generations, who have not been paying enough rent for the homes.ZILLOW is offering its homeownership survey to homeowners and their representatives.

You can learn more about the survey by visiting www.zillow.com/shopper.