Many young homeowners are experiencing buyer's remorse.
Depending on where you live, you could still afford to buy even if you're still paying back loans.
Buying is more expensive than renting in most places — but in these metro areas, buying can be the better deal.
"There is more financial support into adulthood than what past generations experienced."
"A lot of people will tell you that buying a home is a good investment — and that couldn't be further from the truth."
"A lot of people will tell you that buying a home is a good investment and that couldn't be further from the truth," says certified financial planner Peter Mallouk.
It can take over 10 years if you live in NYC.
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"I didn't want to be an actress with no job security going, 'Oh my God, I have this baller house but I'm scared of the mortgage.'"
GOBankingRates conducted a study to find "the best place to buy a home in every state."
In New Jersey, owners typically pay over $1,000 more every month.
Putting away as little as $50 a month could mean you end up with a down payment — if you plan ahead.
If the forecasts are right, you could get "one of the best one-year returns on your money at 9.6 percent."
73 percent of all Vermont moves were inbound and only 27 percent were outbound, reports United Vans Lines.
Only 5 percent have a budget of $500,000 or more.
If you're looking for a home in a cool, young and inexpensive neighborhood, you may be in luck.