“Buy a home in my twenties? Who, me?” If this is you, we get it. The thought of buying a home often seems like something that older people do. The truth is, however, there are plenty of perks to being a young homeowner. And if you’ve got the financial means, what are you waiting for?
Nuveen’s Third Annual Responsible Investing Survey of over 1,000 affluent investors found there is increased interest in working for, buying from, and investing in socially responsible companies. This is even truer among the millennials surveyed. 92% of millennials agreed with the statement “I care more about having a positive impact on society than doing well
Many people think of Millennials as children or young adults. But the much-maligned generation is most often defined as people born after 1980 up until around 1998, and that means the oldest Millennials are now 37 or 38 years old. Many Millennials have adult portfolios to go with all of their other adult holdings such
I know what you’re thinking: “another day, another millennial-focused article.” But as a generation that is on the cusp of surpassing baby boomers as the nation’s largest living adult generation, it’s important for brands to take notice of the trends they’re setting as consumers. In 2017, more than 514 million business trips were taken, spending
Millennials represent 36 percent of all homebuyers in the US today. A new housing community called New Haven in Ontario, California, reports a millennial homeownership rate of more than 50 percent. New Haven offers modest homes at prices from $200,000 to $500,000. California is no paragon of affordability, particularly when it comes to housing. In
Hiring great employees isn’t as cut and dried as many business owners would like it to be. However, there’s a great cache of young professionals just waiting to be discovered. Millennials are defined by the Pew Research Center as individuals born between 1981 and 1997; this means those aged 21 to 37 in 2018. The