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Aspiring real-estate owners should establish a property goal, quantify the down payment, and become knowledgeable about real estate.
Homeownership across America is on the decline for the first time since 2017, and millennials are partially to blame
For the first time since 2017, the US homeownership rate has fallen, reported The Wall Street Journal — and millennials are one of the driving forces.
Gen Z is ambitious about homeownership, and it’s becoming clear that even high costs and student loans won’t stop them
More than half of Gen Zers are saving to buy a house within the next five years, according to a Bank of America report.
50 Cent was reportedly spending $70,000 a month on his 52-room Connecticut home. We asked 3 real-estate agents to break down the ‘invisible̵...
There are many "invisible" costs of owning a mansion. Utility bills, security systems, and smart-home technology can add up to thousands of dollars per month.
About 31% of millennials who expect to own a home aren't currently saving for one. Millennial homebuyers are increasingly relying on larger mortgages.
Millennials are making 3 key decisions that are wiping out the starter home — and it’s changing what homeownership in America looks like
Are millennials wiping out the concept of the starter home? Millennials of all income levels aren't buying starter homes because of pricier real estate.
Millennials don’t want to buy baby boomers’ sprawling, multi-bedroom homes, and it’s creating a major problem in the real-estate mar...
Millennials aren't buying large, elaborate houses built by baby boomers, leaving the homes to sit on the market and eventually sell at huge discounts.
There are plenty of reasons to buy instead of rent, but if I had to do it over, I would just continue renting.
Using data from the Census Bureau, we found the town in each state with the lowest median monthly costs for homeowners.
Millennials are taking on bigger mortgages than ever before, and it shows we’ve been wrong about them for years
Millennials are taking over the mortgage market in the US. The generation now holds the largest share of new mortgages by dollar volume.