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Long gone are the days when the agents held almost exclusive access to the magical MLS. These days, millennial home buyers are searching for their home long before they ever engage the help of a real estate professional.
The good news? They still need the advice and guidance of an expert.
Congrats! If you’re reading this, you’ve probably either decided to purchase your first home or you’re seriously thinking about it – and that’s absolutely worth celebrating.
Once you’ve calmed down a bit, it’s highly likely you’ll realize you know next to nothing about this process, which can seem daunting, and you may feel overwhelmed. Fortunately, you’ve come to the right place. Read on for simple, straightforward advice and information designed to help you navigate the home buying process with ease.
First and foremost, congratulations on becoming part of the home buying experience! It’s going to be a lot of work, but most of it will be fun, I promise. When I started looking to purchase my first place, there were some factors that I took into consideration to determine what type of property was best for me.
Nashville’s food scene is hot, and it’s not just because of our hot chicken (although it is delicious). The city is filled with fantastic, diverse restaurants, but there are five neighborhoods you should consider living in if you’re a true foodie. These areas of town give residents easy access to top-notch eateries and some of Music City’s best-known chefs – what more could a food lover ask for?
Many Millennials are looking for a flexible and culturally-rich lifestyle that is affordable. Although big cities like LA and NYC can offer culture and excitement, they’re expensive and making a mark is often difficult. This is why the midwest has turned into a thriving hub of young people willing to make their cities just as fulfilling as the heavy hitters.
It’s a no brainer that Raleigh is one of the hottest and fastest growing cities in America, and there are a bunch of reasons to back it up. Millennials are flocking to the great North State’s capital in droves due to its booming job market, expansive culture and a wide array of weekend and nightlife activities to rival the burgeoning metropolis’s around the US.
Okay, so you’re in your late 20’s/early 30’s, you have a stable job, you’ve settled down with a partner…what’s next? For a lot of people, the natural next move is to buy a home, a place of your own, and say goodbye to renting forever. But is this the best move for you? Let’s find out.
If one thing is true, it’s that Chicago knows how to drink.
But for a while there, Chicago didn’t brew it’s own. This is one notable way we were in the shadow of our friendly neighbor to the north, Milwaukee, referred to for years during the 20th century as the “beer capital of the world.” Chicago had a good deal of brewery action up until almost 1920, when Prohibition put a stop to that. It wouldn’t be until 1992 that large scale beer production started up again in the Windy City.
Boxes taped up, car packed and ready to move to the land of dry heat, sunshine and chill living. What makes millennials want to move here? We’ve got the skinny on the top 10 reasons millennials are choosing the Phoenix area.