Millennials and Homeownership: Are the Rumors True?

Ah, Millennials. If Hasbro is to be believed, Millennials are self-indulgent youngsters whose only objective is to collect avocado-based life experiences the same way they collect digital Pokemon. (Gotta catch ‘em all!) In fact, Millennials are fully grown and fully ingrained in the workforce. Born between 1981 and 1996, the youngest Millennials are now graduating […]

Walkable Neighborhoods: Attract Interested Buyers with One Not-so-Obvious Home Feature

How much value is there to living in a community that’s difficult to access? As home buyers are increasingly focusing on community features during their home search, walkable neighborhoods are becoming a bigger and bigger draw. Today, we explain just what makes a neighborhood walkable, which demographics are searching for homes like yours, and how […]

Why don’t Millennials want Your Crap?

A 2014 United States census report states that more than 20% of America’s population will be 65 or older by 2030. And with an older population comes different needs for aging residents. For the first time in modern history, multiple generations are downsizing simultaneously, according to Mary Kay Buysse, executive director of the National Association […]

5 Things Every Millennial Should Know about Buying a Home

This is the third post in a three-part series about how millennials are changing home dynamics and how families can adapt to their needs. Read the first post of the series here: “Why are Millennials Really Living at Home?” Read the second post of the series here: “3 Things You Need to Survive Living with […]

Why are Millennials Really Living at Home?

This is the first post in a three-part series about how millennials are changing home dynamics and how families can adapt to their needs.   Last week, the Pew Research Center released findings about broad shifts in living arrangements among people in the 18- to 34-year-old age range as compared to recent generations. In response, […]

Keeping up with the Millennials: Shifting the Focus of Commercial Real Estate for Millennials

This is the second post in a two-part series about how commercial real estate should evolve to meet the needs of the millennial generation. Read the first post.   As the world’s first digital generation, those born from the early 1980s to the late 1990s were regularly exposed to new technologies in the home and […]