Items Tagged with 'millennial buyers'

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  • The shifting landscape: Top lenders share insight on attracting today's borrowers

    Highlights from HousingWire's engage.marketing conference
    Depending on how you look at it, the wave of Millennial homebuyers is either already happening or may not happen at all. Either way, the face of the mortgage borrower is changing. It may not be changing as fast as we once thought, but change is happening. And all across the industry, mortgage companies are working to be in a position to capitalize on that change, in whatever form it takes.
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  • Homeownership rate rises to four-year high as Millennials are finally buying homes

    More renters appear to be buying
    What so many in the housing industry have waited years for appears to be finally happening: Millennials are buying homes. Back in September, after existing home sales fell to a three-year low, it appeared that many younger would-be buyers were turning to renting instead of buying. But things look much different just a few months later.
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  • Want to meet the demands of Millennials? Good luck with that

    Speaking at MBA Servicing, David Pogue outlines why it won't be easy
    The first featured speaker at the Mortgage Bankers Association’s National Mortgage Servicing Conference, David Pogue, was incredibly funny, but by the end of his presentation one thing was very clear — meeting Millennials' demands for instant gratification is going to be hard for the mortgage industry. Really, really hard.
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  • A Millennial just wrote the dumbest article about money in the history of ever

    The much-needed deconstruction of the world’s most clichéd depiction of Millennials
    On a Millennial website called Elite Daily, a twenty-something unleashed the dumbest, most shortsighted, wrong-headed, idiotic, silly, and stereotypically Millennial piece of “advice” in the history of humans. So I couldn't help but take a blowtorch to this "elite" rainbow starfish unicorn and her worldview.
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  • Millennials demand single-family homes

    Fannie Mae: Will young homeowners protect the housing recovery?
    Young adults prefer single-family homes, and in fact, they are found to be more likely to reside in a single-family home today than their predecessors. And according to this research, the desire is only going to continue to grow.
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  • Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Who’s buying pieces of Butler & Hosch?

    Plus why Millennials aren’t buying; The impact of higher interest rates
    One month ago, one of the nation’s largest mortgage industry law firms, Butler & Hosch, shut down abruptly after almost 35 years in business. So who's buying up pieces of the now-defunct firm? Plus a look at why Millennials aren't buying in the nation's largest cities and what last week's mortgage application data and interest rate reports tell us about the future of housing.
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