WSJ: That wave of Millennial homebuyers may never come crashing

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There are some signs, however, that the good times may be coming to an end. is most likely the vanguard of a wave of baby boomers getting out of the market, and nobody seems to have a clear idea of.

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Millennial Home Buyers Might Never Come Knocking. by SoupChef | May 17, 2019 | Real Estate. zoranm/iStock More than a decade has passed since the financial crisis hit, yet the housing market remains in a deep funk. Fear not: A wave of millennial buyers is about to hit the scene. Right? One of the weirder things about the current economic recovery is how.

WSJ: That Wave of Millennial Homebuyers May Never Come Crashing HousingWire – May 21 “While many have said this massive group will reinvigorate the housing market, this has yet to happen, the WSJ points out, adding that perhaps the action has been delayed because the recession hit just as many Millennials were entering the workforce.”

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WSJ: That wave of Millennial homebuyers may never come crashing The housing market has been in a bit of a slump, and a number of industry players are banking on a coming wave of Millennial homebuyers to prop it back up.

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Millennial Home Buyers Might Never Come Knocking The tepid U.S. housing market is still waiting for a buying surge from the generation that entered the workforce during the recession.

But according to a recent article in The Wall Street Journal, those young buyers may never come knocking. census bureau states estimate the number of Millennials – those born from 1981 to 1995 – to be about 67.7 million, the article states, and they are just reaching the age of homeownership.