Millennials prioritize owning a home over getting married or having kids

Millennials prioritize owning a home over getting married or having kids I spend more time than I would like to admit looking at real estate listings online. I recently found a nice townhouse in my neighborhood that costs 25 times my annual salary, which is honestly a better deal than most other places in the … Continue reading Millennials prioritize owning a home over getting married or having kids

The Personalities You’ll Totally Encounter When Buying A Home

~ some of these are soooooo true!! ~ The Personalities You'll Totally Encounter When Buying A Home The road to buying a home is lined with a cast of characters! While you're putting those social skills to work, let Rocket Mortgage® empower you to handle the rest of the home-buying process with confidence. 1. Let's … Continue reading The Personalities You’ll Totally Encounter When Buying A Home

Do these 5 things in your kitchen, before you move in

5 Things to Do in Your New Kitchen Before You Move In (Image credit: Emily Han) So you're moving, huh? Congratulations! While moving itself is stressful, the prospects of a new place are usually always exciting. It's a fresh start — a chance to reorganize and redecorate! But where do you start? I'll tell you: … Continue reading Do these 5 things in your kitchen, before you move in

Can Inland Empire Households Survive Rising Rates?

Local Borrowing Trends Released – Can Inland Empire Households Survive Rising Interest Rates? Inland Empire, CA –  Can Inland Empire consumers absorb higher lending costs for purchasing homes, making repairs, remodeling, buying automobiles, attending school, surviving life events, and other borrowing decisions if interest rates continue rising as expected? “It depends,” said Dwight Johnston, chief economist for the … Continue reading Can Inland Empire Households Survive Rising Rates?

Family Over Location for Millennials

Family Over Location for Millennials They’re the most active generation of homebuyers in the market today, but unlike their Gen X or Baby Boomer parents, millennials prefer to buy homes that are close to their friends and families rather than a convenient location or proximity to a school according to the 2018 Home Buyer and … Continue reading Family Over Location for Millennials