So close, and yet so far.
The housing market has been a pillar of economic strength during the pandemic, but many would-be homeowners, particularly first-timer buyers, have met with frustration because of a low number of homes for sale and consistently rising prices.
The real estate market is the “hottest” it’s ever been with millennials flocking to low-tax states, according to Douglas Elliman CEO Dottie Herman.
According to a recent survey by TransUnion Healthcare, Gen Z and millennials are more likely to have lost their health coverage during the pandemic than Gen X and Baby Boomers.
Procter & Gamble reported strong results Tuesday as the pandemic continued to boost sales of consumer staples, but its shares are priced for the boom to never end.
With more consumer interest and requests for quotes in move-out services than at the same time last year, according to new Yelp data, the crowd-sourcing platform is stepping in to offer guidance and resources.
The coronavirus pandemic continues to accelerate e-commerce and industrial real estate needs, and cities like Tulsa are stocked to capitalize on the trickle-down effects. As Tulsa evolves at a newfound pace, its civic leaders, philanthropists and business leaders are reinvesting energy in attracting more young people.
The app's popularity has grown immensely, particularly with millennials and Gen Z. It boasts more than 100 million monthly active users in the U.S., largely from this demographic.
While major U.S. cities are being vacated as residents flee the coronavirus, surrounding suburbs are reaping the benefits. As a result, cities like Dunwoody, an “edge city” outside Atlanta, are seeing immense economic growth despite the challenging times.
There are now more young Americans than older Americans, as millennials and younger generations now make up a majority of the U.S. population.
According to a recent study by SmartAsset, wealthy millennials are heading to Washington state.
Record-low mortgage rates mean the average monthly payment for a medium-sized home has fallen 7.36 percent to $1,007, as of May.
A recent survey from Adobe Advertising Cloud found that despite economic uncertainty of the coronavirus, Gen Z respondents are still interested in luxury goods.
Co-living, or sharing a communal space with a group of strangers, has proven to be a resilient asset class during the most recent global downturn.
The coronavirus has had a significant financial impact on Americans -- particularly millennials, according to a Quicken survey.
Experts at RagingBull share what new traders should do to get started with the stock market.
Three followers of the F.I.R.E. Movement weigh in on the movement during the coronavirus-led economic downturn.
With many employers instituting work-from-home policies in March, these young professionals are taking advantage.
Young renters are opting in for units with co-living spaces for the affordability and sense of community.
There may be another housing boom on the horizon if you ask Nicholas Wealth Management president David Nicholas.