Forget waiting until marriage to move in with your partner, millennials are setting their own pace and throwing that tradition out the window (of their newly-purchased home).Those aged 18-to-34 are increasingly buying homes with their significant other before tying the knot, according to a new survey from Coldwell Banker Real Estate that found nearly 25% of married home owners in this age group purchased a home together before they were married, compared with 14% of those aged 45 and up.The survey, which polled 2,116 adults online, found couples buying a home together still plan to get hitched, and only 16% of Americans today have not bought a home with their spouse.The trend is a result of a shift among this generation to postpone marriage, but not other major life events, says Randall Kessler, partner at Kessler & Solomiany Family Law in Atlanta"They are getting comfortable with the idea of getting married later," he says. "They are still having babies, buying cars and doing things t...
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