Compared to boomers, it’s no secret that millennials are more educated yet less compensated. It’s also not surprising that their circumstances are reflected in the real estate market.
Millennials are slower to spread their wings and leave the nest for a few different reasons. Two examples: They like to travel and starting a family is further down on their “to-do” list.
Online real estate investing has changed the game for young home buyers and investors. Here’s how millennials are investing in real estate and how you might want to get in on the action.
Crowdfunding Real Estate
If you’re new to the real estate investment industry, crowdfunding platforms and startups have become popular in recent years. One of those startups, Roofstock, lists single-family rental homes as an investment opportunity.
Real estate investing might appeal to you instead of owning a primary residence. Think of it as buying your first home