Articles Tagged with ''Millenials''

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Outside the classroom

Teaching Millennials that student loan debt doesn't have to delay the American Dream
The conversation around student loan debt and its economic impact on Millennials, those born from 1980 to 1998, has some questioning whether the future of the American Dream is in jeopardy. The nation’s student loan debt has soared to $1.4 trillion, surpassing credit cards in becoming the largest source of personal debt outside a mortgage.
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Real estate no longer top investment choice for Americans

Focus shifts to stocks, cash investments
Americans are beginning to shift their investments to other areas as real estate fell not one but two spots from being the top investment choice back in 2016. Americans across all ages said that real estate is their third pick for the investment of money they won’t need for more than 10 years.
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How should you pay off your mortgage?

Four strategic ways homeowners can pay off mortgages faster
Young adults entering the housing market are expected to create a vast demand for potential homeownership, but will they be able to afford mortgage payments? Luckily, an article by USA Today highlights strategic ways homeowners can pay off their mortgages better and faster.
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These are the best and worst markets for first-time homebuyers

Check out which Oklahoma city is the best housing market
WalletHub, a personal finance website, assessed factors like housing affordability, tax rates and crime rates to determine the most favorable housing markets for first-time homebuyers. As more Millennials become potential homebuyers, some of these markets might best suit their housing needs and some of them they may want to avoid.
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Here are 5 reasons the Millennial homeownership rate is low

Urban Institute breaks down the data
For years, several factors have been tossed around such as high home prices, fear over the last housing crisis, delays in family formation and even student loans as reasons why the younger generation is holding out. But now, the Urban Institute released a study that shows the actual data behind these factors, revealing what is really holding Millennials back from homeownership.
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In the pipeline: Only one thing can stop multifamily's march

Demographics, economics, momentum are all in favor of multifamily performance
Everything is going multifamily's way. Demographics, economics and all of the momentum rest squarely in the asset class' corner. There is but one thing that could change that, and it is unlikely that it will, so investors are all in on the continued stability of the multifamily market.
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