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Millennials Spend Nearly $100,000 on Rent by Age 30

non-owner-occupied

Forty-five percent. That’s the percentage of an average millennial’s income that they’ll spend on rent between the ages of 22 and 30, according to a new study by RENTCafé. That definitely sounds like a lot—as does the $92,600 total amount ...

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Mortgage Free Baby Boomers?

One of the biggest concerns of being a retired homeowner is financial security, one thing Baby Boomers may be doing better than their generational predecessors. Take a look at what Fannie Mae found out about the generation and their mortgage payment habits.

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An Unlikely Pair

Baby Boomers are always complaining about millennials, but older homeowners could benefit from opening their doors to a younger roommate in more ways than one. . .

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