Less Density, Convenient Proximity People who no longer need to be close to work are giving up the density of urban living. They’re looking for single family homes with space, but still want proximity to stores, restaurants, and entertainment. People are also putting a higher value on being near close family—a car ride away.
Millennials, age 24 to 39, have long been seen as the affluents of tomorrow. But guess what? Tomorrow is here, as many millennials are now in their mid- to late-thirties and financially well off. Those entering the real estate market for the first time can often afford more than starter homes. Those who own homes are poised for their second or third purchases. America’s largest demographic cohort is quite consistent about home buying preferences. Here are the top features most millennials like in a listing.
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