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Meet the typical millennial millionaire in America, who has a real-estate portfolio worth $1.4 million, is married, and is more likely to live in Cali...
There are 618,000 millennial millionaires in America. Many live in California, donate to charity, and view real estate as a key way to build wealth.
Even wealthy millennials are on the hunt for homes in more affordable areas, and it shows just how expensive housing in America has become
Some wealthy millennials opt for more affordable real-estate markets, like the suburbs or second-tier cities, while others buy fixer-uppers.
Wealthy millennials want homes that are within walking distance of their social lives, and it’s redefining how they’re thinking about trad...
Rich millennials are giving "good location" a new meaning in real estate: They're choosing non-traditional luxury neighborhoods that have walkability.
Nearly half of America’s millennial millionaires live in California, and it highlights just how strong the relationship between tech, money, and...
Silicon Valley is powerful when it comes to minting new wealth. But more millionaires could contribute to the area's already extreme housing crisis.
Most millennial millionaires live in Silicon Valley ZIPs. Only two ZIPs on the list aren't in California — they're in Maryland and Michigan.
Wealthy millennials are more likely to be married than the rest of their generation — and it shows how critical a role money plays in traditiona...
Millennial millionaires are nearly three times as likely to own homes and nearly twice as likely to be married as typical millennials.
Almost half of America's millennial millionaires live in California, home to the most millennial business owners and real estate investors.
There are 618,000 millennial millionaires in the US, and they’re on track to inherit even more wealth from the richest generation ever
The "Great Wealth Transfer" will see an estimated $68 trillion passed down from baby boomers. By 2030, millennials will be five times richer than they are today.
Most millennials think they’re going to be rich, but they’re actually worth far less than baby boomers and Gen Xers at the same age
Millennials have an average net worth of less than $8,000 and have only seen a $29 income increase over the past 43 years when adjusted for inflation.
More millennials are ditching big US cities for the suburbs, and it shows just how dire the unaffordable housing crisis is
27,000 millennials moved away from major US cities in 2017, reported The Wall Street Journal. Unaffordable housing is driving them to the suburbs.