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Are you caught in the millennial vs. boomer housing competition? Tell us about it

A child rides a scooter past an open house in Los Angeles.
Allison Dinner
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A child rides a scooter past an open house in Los Angeles.

Swing by an open house these days and it's not uncommon to see two demographics dominating the visits — millennials and baby boomers.

Low housing inventory has created competition between millennials, who are in their peak home-buying years, and boomers, who may be downsizing or buying second homes.

NPR is looking to talk to people who are or have recently been tangled up in this generational competition. Please fill out the form below and we may be in touch.

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