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Where are all the millennial homeowners? In 2019, that population—those born between 1981 and 1996—became the largest living generation in the U.S....

By Anica Oaks Younger adults who are part of the millennial generation often thrive in certain metropolitan areas. If you're a millennial who wants to...

From job opportunities to—perhaps most importantly—home affordability, there are a number of reasons why millennials choose to relocate to a certain...

By John Graff Millennials, that large generation that was born between the early 1980s and the mid- to late 1990s, lag behind other age groups in homeownership....

The female millennial homebuyer has arrived—and in grand fashion. In the housing market, single women are one of the fastest-growing demographics, and...

Where are buyers flocking to? According to realtor.com®'s fourth annual Hottest ZIP Codes in America list—which analyzes 32,000 ZIP codes based on the...

According to data from the Pew Research Center, there are currently 71 million millennials in the U.S., representing nearly one-quarter of the nation's...

Brad Ackerman, owner and publisher of the Central Washington Real Estate Guide, launched his listing magazine in the Yakima Valley more than 20 years...

Despite extensive labor shortages, inflationary pressures and talk of a trade war, the economy is on a healthy track. NEW! Get the digital, interactive...

Dogs - It's no secret that us millennials love our dogs. In a recent industry survey, research showed that millennials are now more likely...