Tips For Millennials Applying for 43% of Mortgages in 2018



Applying for a mortgage is a huge decision and you shouldn’t take it lightly. Make sure you’re prepared for anything that can happen with your mortgage before you make the decision to purchase a home.

More parents are helping their kids with down payments



Millennials are increasingly expecting their parents for greater help when it comes to housing. A report from Apartment List that surveyed 13,000 people born between 1981

Guide To Real Estate Investing in Vancouver For Beginners and Millennials



BC real estate is projected to experience sustained growth throughout this decade judging by the increasing number of Millennials that are real estate investing in the Vancouver BC market

What Buyers Want From Real Estate Agents Millennials, Gen X, and Baby Boomers



In residential real estate, somethings change and somethings remain the same. The first week of April, Owners.com released its 2018 homebuyer study.

More home builders are targeting millennials



With millennials entering the housing market in growing numbers, they’re expected to take the lead when it comes to new home buyers too, according to Census Bureau data analyzed by the National Association of Home Builders. Currently, around 36 percent of millennials are homeowners, which means they’re making the fastest gains of all age groups, […]

How developers can target both baby boomers & millennials



Developers are struggling to keep up with the different needs of baby boomers and millennials – two generations that are currently reshaping the multifamily home market in urban areas.

4 Top Reasons Why Millennials Aren’t Buying Homes



Why aren’t millennials buying homes thought they seem to be earning a lot? With the affordability still within the historical average, it is hard to explain why millennials would rather buy iPads than invest in buying homes.

Millennials delaying first home purchase by 7 years due to student debts



The burden of student debt means that young adults are being forced to delay their first home purchase by an average of seven years

The Future of 18 Hour Cities



More interest is being shown in 18 hour cities. These are cities that have limited resources between the hours of midnight and six in the morning

Student debt forcing many college grads to delay home ownership



As opposed to home ownership a large number of college students plan to move back home with mom and dad as soon as they’ve graduated, so they can pay off their student loans, according to a new survey of 2,000 young

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