How Delayed Marriage Rates Could Benefit Housing

Younger Americans are waiting longer to get married, and the industry has been concerned that the tendency will lead to a delay in homeownership too. But Toll Brothers CEO Douglas C. Yearley says the delay in getting hitched could actually be good for housing. In an interview with CNBC, Yearley predicts more millennials will be able to afford high-end homes, a segment of the market that Toll Brothers is focused on.