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Millennials are taking on bigger mortgages than ever before, and it shows we’ve been wrong about them for years
Millennials are taking over the mortgage market in the US. The generation now holds the largest share of new mortgages by dollar volume.
Sales of nonalcoholic booze are on the rise — and it reveals a dark truth about social-media surveillance culture
Millennials and Gen Zers are drinking less, in part because of fears related to losing control and having the evidence shared on social media.
Millennial couples buying homes before they get married are making a risky move that shows how different they really are from their parents
Unmarried millennial couples are buying homes together and it's caused by economic conditions and an attitude shift.
These home and kitchen startups want you to stay in more — here’s how they’re capitalizing on exhaustion
Creating the home they're excited to return to at the end of the day is a process that plenty of online startups are willing to help nurture and provide the product solutions for.
Prenups aren’t just for the rich or famous — more millennials are signing them before getting married, and you probably should too
Prenups are becoming increasingly popular among Americans, especially millennials, who are waiting longer to marry and are often children of divorce.
MagnifyMoney ranked the biggest boomtowns for millennials. See which cities have high wages, low unemployment, and a growing population.
From golf equipment makers to razor manufacturers, changing millennial tastes have hit some companies hard.
5 millennials who became homeowners in their 20s share their best advice for buying your first house
We talked to millennial homeowners to find out how they bought their first home and hear their best advice for other first-time homebuyers.
Millennials have been called the ‘brokest’ and the ‘richest’ generation, and experts say both of those are true
Economic conditions have put millennials financially behind previous generations at their age, but they might fare better in the long run.
Lowe's CEO Marvin Ellison told the audience at the NRF's 2019 "Big Show" that he doesn't think millennials are killing home improvement.