[:en]Here Come the Millennials!![:es]¡Aquí vienen los ‘millennials’![:]

[:en]Many have been wondering when the much anticipated move by Millennials’ into homeownership would actually take place. We know the belief in owning a home is there.

According to a recent Merrill Lynch study, eighty one percent of Millennials believe “homeownership is an important part of the American Dream”. This compares favorably to previous generations.

American Dream by Generation | Simplifying The Market

The obstacle seemed to be employment. It appears that is about to change.

The most recent jobs report disappointed many economists. However, the silver lining in that cloud of doubt was Millennials. Jonathan Smoke, realtor.com Chief Economist, reported:

“About 33% of civilian jobs created over the last 12 months have been for the young adults who are most likely to buy their first home. This should help support continued growth in the share of homes purchased by first time buyers, as economic success has been influencing older Millennials to jump into the housing market this year.”

Selma Hepp, chief economist at Trulia, concurred:

“The faster rate of job growth among Millennials will continue to bolster both the rental and for-sale housing markets for an extended period of time.”

It appears that Millennials will be entering the housing market in great numbers in the very near future.[:es]Muchos se han preguntado cuando el tan anticipado cambio de los ‘millennials’ a ser propietarios de casa realmente se llevará a cabo. Sabemos que existe la creencia de ser propietarios de casa.

Según un estudio reciente de Merrill Lynch, ochenta y un por ciento de los millennials  creen que “el ser propietario de casa en una parte importante del sueño americano”  Esto los compara favorablemente con las generaciones anteriores.

sueño americano por generación| Simplifying The Market

El obstáculo parece ser el empleo, parece que va a cambiar.

El informe más reciente sobre el empleo decepcionó a muchos economistas. Sin embargo, la luz de esperanza en esa nube de duda fueron los ‘millennials’. Jonathan Smoke, Economista principal de Realtor.com, informo:

“Aproximadamente el 33 % de los empleos civiles creados durante los últimos 12 meses han sido para los adultos jóvenes que son más propensos a comprar su primera casa. Esto debería ayudar a apoyar el crecimiento continuo en la proporción de casas adquiridas por los compradores por primera vez; como la prosperidad económica, ha estado influyendo en los ‘millennials’ mayores a entrar en el mercado de la vivienda este año”.

Selma Hepp, Economista principal de Trulia, estuvo de acuerdo:

 “El crecimiento más rápido de la tasa de empleos entre los ‘millennials’ va a continuar impulsando juntos: el mercado de los alquileres y el mercado de viviendas para la venta por un periodo de tiempo prolongado”.

Parece que los millennials’ van a entrar al mercado de la vivienda en números grandes en un futuro muy cercano.[:]

[:en]Here Come the Millennials!![:es]¡Aquí vienen los ‘millennials’![:]



[:en]Many have been wondering when the much anticipated move by Millennials’ into homeownership would actually take place. We know the belief in owning a home is there. According to a recent Merrill Lynch study, eighty one percent of Millennials believe “homeownership is an important part of the American Dream”. This compares favorably to previous generations. ...

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[:en]Here Come the Millennials!![:es]¡Aquí vienen los ‘millennials’![:]



[:en]Many have been wondering when the much anticipated move by Millennials’ into homeownership would actually take place. We know the belief in owning a home is there.

According to a recent Merrill Lynch study, eighty one percent of Millennials believe “homeownership is an important part of the American Dream”. This compares favorably to previous generations.

American Dream by Generation | Simplifying The Market

The obstacle seemed to be employment. It appears that is about to change.

The most recent jobs report disappointed many economists. However, the silver lining in that cloud of doubt was Millennials. Jonathan Smoke, realtor.com Chief Economist, reported:

“About 33% of civilian jobs created over the last 12 months have been for the young adults who are most likely to buy their first home. This should help support continued growth in the share of homes purchased by first time buyers, as economic success has been influencing older Millennials to jump into the housing market this year.”

Selma Hepp, chief economist at Trulia, concurred:

“The faster rate of job growth among Millennials will continue to bolster both the rental and for-sale housing markets for an extended period of time.”

It appears that Millennials will be entering the housing market in great numbers in the very near future.[:es]Muchos se han preguntado cuando el tan anticipado cambio de los ‘millennials’ a ser propietarios de casa realmente se llevará a cabo. Sabemos que existe la creencia de ser propietarios de casa.

Según un estudio reciente de Merrill Lynch, ochenta y un por ciento de los millennials  creen que “el ser propietario de casa en una parte importante del sueño americano”  Esto los compara favorablemente con las generaciones anteriores.

sueño americano por generación| Simplifying The Market

El obstáculo parece ser el empleo, parece que va a cambiar.

El informe más reciente sobre el empleo decepcionó a muchos economistas. Sin embargo, la luz de esperanza en esa nube de duda fueron los ‘millennials’. Jonathan Smoke, Economista principal de Realtor.com, informo:

“Aproximadamente el 33 % de los empleos civiles creados durante los últimos 12 meses han sido para los adultos jóvenes que son más propensos a comprar su primera casa. Esto debería ayudar a apoyar el crecimiento continuo en la proporción de casas adquiridas por los compradores por primera vez; como la prosperidad económica, ha estado influyendo en los ‘millennials’ mayores a entrar en el mercado de la vivienda este año”.

Selma Hepp, Economista principal de Trulia, estuvo de acuerdo:

 “El crecimiento más rápido de la tasa de empleos entre los ‘millennials’ va a continuar impulsando juntos: el mercado de los alquileres y el mercado de viviendas para la venta por un periodo de tiempo prolongado”.

Parece que los millennials’ van a entrar al mercado de la vivienda en números grandes en un futuro muy cercano.[:]

[:en]Here Come the Millennials!![:es]¡Aquí vienen los ‘millennials’![:]



[:en]Many have been wondering when the much anticipated move by Millennials’ into homeownership would actually take place. We know the belief in owning a home is there. According to a recent Merrill Lynch study, eighty one percent of Millennials believe “homeownership is an important part of the American Dream”. This compares favorably to previous generations. ...

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