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New Home Insights Podcast Episode 14 Transcript

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…spend some time on how they differ or don’t differ from their parents. So, let’s start with a very widespread myth. At least you’re going to tell me, it’s a myth. I’m not so sure because I have millennials as kids. This idea that millennials are lazy. They’re just a bunch of 20 somethings who should have started a family and bought a house by now just as God intended, but they haven’t. What’s…

New Home Insights Podcast Episode 3 Transcript

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…of silly, because you’re paying for it. Dean Wehrli: You sure are. I mean, that is something, you hear that a lot with… And maybe again, it’s just being realistic in terms of what they can afford. But some millennials, a lot of millennials we found in our consulting really do want that. They’re staying in the rental space for the amenities. It’s really a lifestyle choice. I’m sure there’s a mobility…

The Millennial Perception of Homeownership

…urns Real Estate Consulting on their generation’s perception of the housing market.   Read the Episode Transcript   Conversation highlights include: The biggest obstacles for millennial homeownership Debunking some millennial stereotypes Millennial view on renting and living at home New vs. Resale for millennials The importance of location for a millennial’s first home Millennial preferences in a new home and community  …

Inside the Mind of a Millennial

…ng renters want to own a home as much as their parents did2, and this is evidenced by the slight lift from this group thus far in 2015’s selling season. However, we believe the majority of Millennials will buy homes later in life than their parents did, as they get their bearings financially, emotionally, and socially. 1Millennials are individuals born from the early 1980s to the early 2000s. We are using “first-time buyers” and…

Unique Perspectives from Taylor Morrison’s CEO

…s, and even McMansions on golf courses. Affluent millennials, many of whom could qualify for a much more expensive home or the same home if mortgage rates rose all the way to 7%. She noted that 56% of Taylor Morrison’s older millennial buyers (the group born in the 1980s we call The Sharers) are already buying their second home. Even 28% of their younger millennial buyers are already buying their second home. Since they are planning on families,…

Advice for Marketing to Millennials

…ant a personal connection to walk them through the process of buying their first home. Nearly half of millennials plan on using a real estate agent for the new home buying process. Value Matters—a Lot Value is at the core of millennial purchase. A JD Power survey showed that value for money is king. Millennials are 2x more likely to purchase a home with smart home technology that is a good value, especially if it: Enhances their life Helps their…

Demographic Shifts: Two Years Later

…y decade born, giving us much more clarity on the generational shifts occurring in America. The terms baby boomers, Gen X, and millennials make sense when describing decades long shifts in birth rates. However, a 31-year-old millennial father and a 16-year-old millennial high school student share little in common. Retired 70-year-old baby boomer grandparents collecting social security and 52-year-old baby boomers struggling to save enough money…

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Affluent Apartment Renters Slow to Buy a Home

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On an almost-daily basis, we hear the question: When will the millennial / first-time buyer emerge? While predicting the behavior of a cohort still recovering from high levels of unemployment and a record amount of student loan debt can be tricky, the response of some of the largest apartment REIT operators is an unhesitating no time soon. When your apartment lease expires, you have two choices: to renew or move out. Each quarter we track the…