[:en]Future Homeowners Share American Dream[:es]Los futuros propietarios de casa comparten el sueño americano[:]

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Two recently released reports indicate that both young adults (Millennials) and teenagers (Generation Z) still see homeownership as an important piece of their future success.

A report by The Demand Institute, Millennials and Their Homes: Still Seeking the American Dream, revealed that the Millennial Generation is optimistic about their financial future and still believe in homeownership. The findings were based on a survey of millennial households (ages 18 to 29).

The report predicted that:

  • 8.3 million new Millennial (Gen Y) households will form in the next five years
  • $1.6 trillion will be spent on home purchases by Millennials and $600 billion on rent over the next five years

Millennials optimistic about their finances and homeownership

Of those surveyed:

  • 74% expect to move within the next five years
  • 79% expect their financial situation to improve
  • 75% believe homeownership is an important long-term goal
  • 73% believe homeownership is an excellent investment
  • 24% already own their home and
  • An additional 60% plan to buy a home in the future
  • 44% do think it would be difficult to qualify for a mortgage

What about the next generation (today’s teenagers)?

A recent survey by Better Homes and Gardens® revealed that Generation Z (teens ages 13-17) is very traditional in their views toward homeownership and is willing to sacrifice to attain the American Dream.

Findings from the survey show:

  • 82% of Gen Z teens indicate that homeownership is the most important factor in achieving the American Dream.
  • 89% said owning a home is part of their interpretation of the American Dream
  • 97% believe they will own a home
  • 77% percent chose owning a home over owning a business

Bottom Line

It seems that the belief that homeownership as a huge part of the American Dream still beats in the hearts of the young people of this country.[:es]Future Homeowners Share American Dream | Keeping Current Matters

Dos informes recientemente publicados indican que juntos los adultos jóvenes (Millennials) y los adolescentes (Generación Z) todavía ven el ser propietario de casa como una pieza importante en el éxito en su futuro.

Un informe por The Demand Institute, Millennials y sus casas: todavía buscan el sueño americano, revelo que la generación de los Millennials es optimista sobre su futuro financiero y siguen creyendo en ser propietarios de casa. Los resultados se basaron en una encuesta de hogares con millennials (edades de 18 a 29 años de edad).

El informe predijo que:

  •  8.3 millones de nuevos hogares de Millennials (Gen Y) se formaran en los próximos cinco años
  •  $1.6 trillones se gastaran en comprar casas por los Millennials y $600 billones en alquiler durante los próximos cinco años

Los Millennials están optimistas acerca de sus finanzas y ser propietario de casa

De los encuestados:

  • 74% esperan mudarse dentro de los próximos cinco años
  • 79% espera que su situación financiera mejore
  • 75% cree que el ser propietario de casa es una meta importante a largo plazo
  • 73% cree que el ser propietario de casa es una inversión excelente
  • 24% ya son propietarios de su casa y
  • Adicionalmente 60% planea comprar una casa en el futuro
  • 44% creen que sería difícil calificar para una hipoteca

¿Qué en cuanto a la próxima generación (los adolescentes de hoy)?

Una encuesta reciente por Better Homes and Gardens® revelo que la Generación Z (los adolescentes de 13 -17 años de edad) es muy tradicional en su punto de vista hacia el ser propietario de casa y está dispuesta a hacer sacrificios para obtener el sueño americano.

Los resultados de la encuesta muestran que:

  • 82% de los adolescentes de la generación Z indicaron que el ser propietario de casa es un factor importante para alcanzar el sueño americano.
  • 89% dijo que el ser dueño de casa es parte de su interpretación del sueño americano
  • 97% cree que será dueño de su casa
  • 77% eligió el ser propietario de casa por el ser dueño de un negocio

En conclusión

Parece que la creencia de ser propietario de casa es una parte inmensa del sueño americano que aun late en los corazones de los jóvenes en este país.[:]

[:en]Future Homeowners Share American Dream[:es]Los futuros propietarios de casa comparten el sueño americano[:]



[:en]  Two recently released reports indicate that both young adults (Millennials) and teenagers (Generation Z) still see homeownership as an important piece of their future success. A report by The Demand Institute, Millennials and Their Homes: Still Seeking the American Dream, revealed that the Millennial Generation is optimistic about their financial future and still believe ...

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[:en]Future Homeowners Share American Dream[:es]Los futuros propietarios de casa comparten el sueño americano[:]



[:en] 

Two recently released reports indicate that both young adults (Millennials) and teenagers (Generation Z) still see homeownership as an important piece of their future success.

A report by The Demand Institute, Millennials and Their Homes: Still Seeking the American Dream, revealed that the Millennial Generation is optimistic about their financial future and still believe in homeownership. The findings were based on a survey of millennial households (ages 18 to 29).

The report predicted that:

  • 8.3 million new Millennial (Gen Y) households will form in the next five years
  • $1.6 trillion will be spent on home purchases by Millennials and $600 billion on rent over the next five years

Millennials optimistic about their finances and homeownership

Of those surveyed:

  • 74% expect to move within the next five years
  • 79% expect their financial situation to improve
  • 75% believe homeownership is an important long-term goal
  • 73% believe homeownership is an excellent investment
  • 24% already own their home and
  • An additional 60% plan to buy a home in the future
  • 44% do think it would be difficult to qualify for a mortgage

What about the next generation (today’s teenagers)?

A recent survey by Better Homes and Gardens® revealed that Generation Z (teens ages 13-17) is very traditional in their views toward homeownership and is willing to sacrifice to attain the American Dream.

Findings from the survey show:

  • 82% of Gen Z teens indicate that homeownership is the most important factor in achieving the American Dream.
  • 89% said owning a home is part of their interpretation of the American Dream
  • 97% believe they will own a home
  • 77% percent chose owning a home over owning a business

Bottom Line

It seems that the belief that homeownership as a huge part of the American Dream still beats in the hearts of the young people of this country.[:es]Future Homeowners Share American Dream | Keeping Current Matters

Dos informes recientemente publicados indican que juntos los adultos jóvenes (Millennials) y los adolescentes (Generación Z) todavía ven el ser propietario de casa como una pieza importante en el éxito en su futuro.

Un informe por The Demand Institute, Millennials y sus casas: todavía buscan el sueño americano, revelo que la generación de los Millennials es optimista sobre su futuro financiero y siguen creyendo en ser propietarios de casa. Los resultados se basaron en una encuesta de hogares con millennials (edades de 18 a 29 años de edad).

El informe predijo que:

  •  8.3 millones de nuevos hogares de Millennials (Gen Y) se formaran en los próximos cinco años
  •  $1.6 trillones se gastaran en comprar casas por los Millennials y $600 billones en alquiler durante los próximos cinco años

Los Millennials están optimistas acerca de sus finanzas y ser propietario de casa

De los encuestados:

  • 74% esperan mudarse dentro de los próximos cinco años
  • 79% espera que su situación financiera mejore
  • 75% cree que el ser propietario de casa es una meta importante a largo plazo
  • 73% cree que el ser propietario de casa es una inversión excelente
  • 24% ya son propietarios de su casa y
  • Adicionalmente 60% planea comprar una casa en el futuro
  • 44% creen que sería difícil calificar para una hipoteca

¿Qué en cuanto a la próxima generación (los adolescentes de hoy)?

Una encuesta reciente por Better Homes and Gardens® revelo que la Generación Z (los adolescentes de 13 -17 años de edad) es muy tradicional en su punto de vista hacia el ser propietario de casa y está dispuesta a hacer sacrificios para obtener el sueño americano.

Los resultados de la encuesta muestran que:

  • 82% de los adolescentes de la generación Z indicaron que el ser propietario de casa es un factor importante para alcanzar el sueño americano.
  • 89% dijo que el ser dueño de casa es parte de su interpretación del sueño americano
  • 97% cree que será dueño de su casa
  • 77% eligió el ser propietario de casa por el ser dueño de un negocio

En conclusión

Parece que la creencia de ser propietario de casa es una parte inmensa del sueño americano que aun late en los corazones de los jóvenes en este país.[:]

[:en]Future Homeowners Share American Dream[:es]Los futuros propietarios de casa comparten el sueño americano[:]



[:en]  Two recently released reports indicate that both young adults (Millennials) and teenagers (Generation Z) still see homeownership as an important piece of their future success. A report by The Demand Institute, Millennials and Their Homes: Still Seeking the American Dream, revealed that the Millennial Generation is optimistic about their financial future and still believe ...

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