How Insurers Can Gain Long-Term Revenue from Long-Term Renters

Most research indicates that people who came of age in the 2000s are primarily renters and will not own property until well into their late 30s.┬áDemographic and economic trends support this assertion. Insurers battling with finding creative ways to sell policies to Millennials — those aged 23 to 35 and sometimes called Generation Y — may need to think differently.

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