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The cost of buying a starter home is on the rise, and many millennials are choosing to rent instead.
Home prices have increased significantly since the 1960s, when the median price of a home was less than $100,000 in today's dollars.
Millennials are following in baby boomers’ footsteps and heading for the suburbs — but there’s a key difference in how they’re...
Millennials are reviving the suburbs as they flee cities in search of more affordable housing, reported The Wall Street Journal.
Starter homes are becoming a battleground between millennials looking for their first house and investors swooping in with all-cash offers — and...
Real-estate investors are buying starter homes before millennials — who are already struggling with high housing prices — can get to them.
Housing prices in the US are skyrocketing: Over the past two years, mortgage payments across US cities increased twice as much as incomes.
In NYC, private preschools can cost more than $50,000, the typical rent is twice what it is nationally, and homebuyers are living in basements.
Faced with financial challenges, it's no wonder millennials are buying different types of homes and in different types of locations than their parents
Aspiring real-estate owners should establish a property goal, quantify the down payment, and become knowledgeable about real estate.
Rents in cities across the US are more expensive than ever before. Here are 5 drastic measures people are taking to avoid rising housing costs.
Housing in America's biggest cities are unaffordable for many residents — and they're living in basements, cars, and houseboats instead.
2019 is the final class of millennial college graduates. Next stop: The Great American Affordability Crisis.
The last graduating millennials are walking into increased costs for college tuition, housing, healthcare, and childcare. What can be done about it?