Millennials, buyers ages 36 yrs and younger, make up the largest discuss of home buyers by era at 34 % of all home buyers in 2016 (down from thirty-five percent in 2015). This team was born between 1980 and 1998 and is the largest share of purchasers for the fourth consecutive year. Sixty-six percent of Millennials are married people and this age group has the largest discuss of unmarried couples at thirteen percent. Millennials have smaller families— they have the largest share with only one kid under the age of 18 years residing at home at 22 percent. General, 49 percent have one or more kids.

Millennials are most likely in order to rent an apartment (56 percent) or even live with friends or family (20 percent) as their previous living agreement. The primary reason that this generation buy homes is the need to own a home of their own at 50 % and they state that it really is the right time to buy (60 percent).

Millennials account for the particular largest share associated with first-time home buyers at sixty six percent . This generation mainly buy previously owned homes (89 percent) for a better price (44 percent) and new homes (11 percent) to avoid renovations or problems with electrical power and plumbing (48 percent). Millennials account for the smallest share to purchase multi-generational homes at seven percent. If they did purchase multi-generational homes, the main reason is for cost savings at thirty four percent.

Buyers from ages 36 years and younger would be the most likely to purchase within the suburbs or a subdivision at 57 percent . Equal to buyers thirty seven to 51 years, they buy within a median of 10 mls from their previous residence. More than some other generations, they purchase homes for your quality of the neighborhood (66 percent), convenience to a job (65 percent), overall affordability of homes (50 percent), quality of school districts (40 percent), convenience to entertainment and enjoyment activities (25 percent), and comfort to parks and recreational amenities (22 percent).

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They have the median household income of $82, 000. They purchase the least expensive houses at a median house price of $205, 000 . This particular generation of buyers purchase the littlest homes in size at a median sq . feet of 1, 800, equivalent to purchasers 62 years and older. In addition they purchase the oldest homes at a typical year of 1984.

Commuting costs are the most important in order to Millennials, 39 percent said it was very important. Compared to other generations, Millennials are also the most likely to say that they jeopardized on the price of the home, size of the house, lot size, style of the home, plus distance from their job. Millennials possess the shortest expected period in the home at a median of ten years , on par with purchasers 71 years and over.

More than other generations, Millennials are the most likely to look online regarding information about home buying and talk with a relative or friend as the first step in their home lookup process. They are the more than likely to find the home they purchased online (56 percent) , most likely in order to frequently use the internet in their search (93 percent), and almost certainly to use a mobile device to search for houses (86 percent) . Finding the right real estate is the most difficult step for Millennials at 57 percent. Millennials would be the most likely to move with life adjustments (29 percent), move with a work or career change (20 percent), outgrow the home (19 percent), plus want a nicer home with additional features (10 percent).

Millennials are the most likely to financing their home purchase at 98 %. The median percent financed can be 93 percent, the highest share one of the generations. Millennials are the most likely in order to use savings (75 percent) and a gift or loan from the friend or relative (29 percent) as the source of their own downpayment. Buyers 36 years plus younger are the most likely to say preserving for the downpayment is the most difficult part of the home buying process at twenty three percent. Among those who had trouble saving, 55 percent of Millennials have student loan debt and thirty-two percent have car loans, more than various other age groups. Overall, 46 percent associated with Millennial home buyers had education loan debt. They are the most likely to use a good FHA loan (27 percent) plus least likely to use a conventional mortgage (56 percent) compared to other decades. Millennials are the probably to feel that their home purchase was obviously a great financial investment at 85 % .

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3600 Glebe Rd #508w

Unique opportunity to own an affordable one bedroom in a luxury hi-rise with all the bells & whistles.Balcony to the west 4 beautiful sunsets.W/D.wall-mnted TV.Garage sp/storage unit.Gourmet kitchen w/granite, S/S apps.Fitness,pool,community rm w/fab views of DC&Potomac!Bus to Crystal City Metro-1 mi.Concierge+Harris Teeter below 24/7.On-site management.Near DC,Pentagon, Airport.OPEN SUN 4/30,1-4. [The Eclipse On Center Park Condominium - $329,900]

3650 Glebe Rd #570

On a clear day you can see forever from your light & airy condo w/balcony. Views of Potomac & pool from wall of windows! 702 sqft. Custom hardwoods, garage parking, additional large storage, W/D in unit. S/S Appliances, granite, 42" cabinets. 5-star amenities. Harris Teeter below. 24/7 fitness, pool, party room w/ magnificent views of DC Monuments! Metro in min! Concierge & on-site management! [The Eclipse On Center Park - $375,000]

3947 Old Dominion Blvd

Open and Bright townhouse with a modern floor plan has it all. This 2 Car garage Brick front TH features hardwood floors throughout main level and master suite, upgraded maple cabinets, stainless steel appliances, large bedrooms, walk in closets, and much more. Fantastic location with easy access to Shirlington, DelRay, Potomac Yards, and major commuter routes. [Alexandria Crossing - $529,900]

Will is the principal broker of Nesbitt Realty and Condo Alexandria. He is licensed in anywhere in the Commonwealth of Virginia, but focuses on those communities found in and around Alexandria, Arlington, Mount Vernon and Springfield/Franconia.

Will has been involved in real estate management, sales and investment for more than twenty years. He is a veteran of the U.S. Army. While in the army, he studied Russian at Monterey’s Defense Language Institute. He is also a “veteran of the dotcom wars” and built most of the sites associated with NesbittRealty.com

Will currently resides in Belle Haven Estates just outside Old Town, overlooking New Alexandria. He is a former president of the Mount Vernon Youth Athletic Association and founded the Alexandria Fun with Friends Group. Will is the author of BattlestorM, a tabletop fantasy game, which was published by Ral Partha Publishing in the late ’90’s, and Arthur’s Realm, a boardgame available at the Gamecrafter.

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Will is the principal broker of Nesbitt Realty and Condo Alexandria. He is licensed in anywhere in the Commonwealth of Virginia, but focuses on those communities found in and around Alexandria, Arlington, Mount Vernon and Springfield/Franconia.

Will has been involved in real estate management, sales and investment for more than twenty years. He is a veteran of the U.S. Army. While in the army, he studied Russian at Monterey’s Defense Language Institute. He is also a “veteran of the dotcom wars” and built most of the sites associated with NesbittRealty.com

Will currently resides in Belle Haven Estates just outside Old Town, overlooking New Alexandria. He is a former president of the Mount Vernon Youth Athletic Association and founded the Alexandria Fun with Friends Group. Will is the author of BattlestorM, a tabletop fantasy game, which was published by Ral Partha Publishing in the late ’90’s, and Arthur’s Realm, a boardgame available at the Gamecrafter.

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