Generational Homeownership Trends Evolve

A report from Apartment List, San Francisco, refutes the common misconception that Millennials are the first generation to drive a dip in homeownershiip.

Tony Taveekanjana: 2020–The Year of the Millennial Homebuyer

Of all generations, millennials represent the single largest buying pool. Yet, across the industry there is a common belief that millennials aren’t interested in buying homes right now. Most lenders attribute this to affordability, high student debt, the appeal of metropolitan life and less loan availability.

Tony Taveekanjana: 2020–The Year of the Millennial Homebuyer

Of all generations, millennials represent the single largest buying pool. Yet, across the industry there is a common belief that millennials aren’t interested in buying homes right now. Most lenders attribute this to affordability, high student debt, the appeal of metropolitan life and less loan availability.

Tony Taveekanjana: 2020–The Year of the Millennial Homebuyer

Of all generations, millennials represent the single largest buying pool. Yet, across the industry there is a common belief that millennials aren’t interested in buying homes right now. Most lenders attribute this to affordability, high student debt, the appeal of metropolitan life and less loan availability.

Tony Taveekanjana: 2020–The Year of the Millennial Homebuyer

Of all generations, millennials represent the single largest buying pool. Yet, across the industry there is a common belief that millennials aren’t interested in buying homes right now. Most lenders attribute this to affordability, high student debt, the appeal of metropolitan life and less loan availability.

CoreLogic: January Home Prices Up 4% Year Over Year

CoreLogic, Irvine, Calif., said January home prices rose both year over year and month over month. Home prices increased nationally by 4% from a year ago; on a month-over-month basis, prices increased by 0.1%