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Technology Why 63% of millennial homebuyers regret buying their home

16:51  20 september  2019
16:51  20 september  2019 Source:   hgtv.ca

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63 % of millennials who bought homes have regrets —usually because they missed this one crucial step. Underestimating the hidden costs associated with buying and owning a home , including the ongoing responsibilities of maintaining it, is the No. 1 millennial homeowner frustration.

A survey found that 63 % of millennial homeowners regret buying their home . Lets go over this study, find out exactly where people are going wrong, and make

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Owning a home requires the homeowner to constantly handle repairs and maintenance of the Nearly two-thirds, or 63 percent, of millennials (ages 23 to 38) say they have regrets about purchasing their The top reason millennials have regrets Underestimating the hidden costs associated with buying

A survey found that 63 % of millennial homeowners regret buying their home . Underestimating the hidden costs associated with buying and owning a home , including the ongoing responsibilities of maintaining it, is the No. 1 millennial homeowner frustration. Millennials often get beat-up a bit in the

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63 % of millennials have buyer 's remorse when it comes to a major purchase they've made: their home .

The article discusses how 70% of millenial homebuyers regret their decision. In this video we talk about these reasons and I share some personal advice I had from buying my last two homes . Are you a millenial homebuyer ? Was there anything about the process that surprised you?

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Two-thirds of millennial homeowners regret buying home . 63 % of millennial homebuyers have regrets —here’s why . www.cnbc.com/2019/02/28/ 63 -percent- of - millennial - homebuyers -have- regrets -heres- why .html.

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Even millennials who own homes are having second thoughts. A little more than two-thirds, or 63 %, of millennials regret buying their home “I always advise homebuyers to create savings buckets and open a savings account that can collect interest that’s set aside specifically for housing repairs.”

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63 % of millennials have buyer 's remorse when it comes to a major purchase they've made: their home .

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The prospect of having a home of your own is exciting — so exciting that it can be easy to overlook some important financial considerations. According to the study, 41 percent of millennials had financial regrets when buying , including stretching themselves too thin, believing the home was too

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Millennials dominate first-time buyers market.
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