Millennials Are Screwed, but Maybe Not so Much in Dallas (on E. University)?

By Candy Evans / October 2, 2013 / 2 Comments

I love this story because the guy in the WSJ photo is working in a coffee shop in St. Charles, Illinois, on the Fox River Valley where I grew up. He had two years of college and dropped out, for whatever reason with $14,000 of debt, and now the Wall Street Journal is using 26-year-old […]

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Are First Time Home Buyers Are in a Better Place Today Than Their Moms and Dads Were?

By Candy Evans / September 4, 2013 / 2 Comments

Bryan Sherman is the Senior Vice President and Regional Sales Executive at Bank of America in Dallas. And, for a banker, he’s a pretty funny guy. When I asked him exactly WHAT he does at BofA — I love to give anyone from the Big Three a hard time, because frankly, I prefer smaller local […]

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Prudential Infographic Predicts Optimistic Market, Focuses on Millennials as New Crop of 1st-Time Homebuyers

By Joanna England / August 30, 2013 / 0 Comments

Still not getting the wave of real estate optimism that has been heading to pretty much every shore in the U.S.? Well, Prudential’s Q2 outlook says that if your boat hasn’t been lifted from the rising tide of home prices, then it should as Millennials embark on the American dream of first-time homeownership. There is, […]

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Who's Living in Your Guest House? Number of Boomerang Kids at All-Time Highs

By Joanna England / August 15, 2013 / 2 Comments

If you have a grown child living in your guest house, raise your hand. If you’ve got your hand in the air, you’re not alone. Not by a long shot, in fact. Now, why is that recent college grad living rent free back in the nest? Some say that there are just as many reasons […]

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Candy's Lease of the Week: Gorgeous 3-Story Katy Trail Townhome is a Great Rental For a Millennial

By Joanna England / August 14, 2013 / 4 Comments

What do Millennials want when they’re looking to rent? First, let’s talk about Millennials as a cultural group: It’s mostly comprised of those born between the late 70s and early 90s, who came of age during the Y2K era. Categorized as media-obsessed narcissists, this group is preceded by Generations X and Y. The thing Millennials […]

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