More millennials turn to co-buying to own a home

Millennials who’re unable to afford a home on their own and can’t rely on their family to help are increasingly opting to co-buy a home with their friends. Around 4% of first-time buyers in the period from July 2018 to June 2019 purchased their home with a housemate, according to data from the National Association

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More People Choosing to Live Alone

Recent figures from the National Association of Realtors Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers 2012 shows that one quarter of all home purchases last year were bought by single people, and interestingly twice as many single women purchased property as single men. In comparison, in 1970, people living alone accounted for just 17% of households.

Real Estate Purchasing Trends of Young Professionals

Year in and year out, the housing market sees younger and younger people buying into their American Dream. Young people in these times have learned to save their money better than previous generations. It is crucial for young potential homeowners to understand not only their house payment, but the many pitfalls of home ownership.

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