How to Buy When You Still Have Student Loan Debt

Millennials looking to purchase their first house are faced with a challenge unique to their generation

Other generations borrowed to go to college, but the rising cost of school has saddled millennials with an unprecedented level of debt. According to the Federal Reserve, student loans totaled $240 billion in 2003; by the end of 2019, that number reached $1.51 trillion. In 2003, student loans were 3.3 percent of total household debt; in 2019, it was 10.7 percent.

Read more

Should You Buy a Home in 2020?

It depends on where—and how—you live 

Should you save for the dream neighborhood or settle for a longer commute? Is owning a home still a smart way to build wealth, or are we better off as renters? And one of the hardest questions to face: Will you be buying into a system that perpetuates wealth at the expense of those who have less of it?

Read more

How is the Coronovirus Impacting the Market?

The economy is grinding to a halt. Will the housing market follow?

Few homes look their best in the dirty grays of late winter, which is, in part, why homebuying season coincides with the arrival of spring. This year, however, the crocuses that can make a house look that much nicer are showing up alongside the less reassuring news of a virus circling the globe.

Read more
Previous Next
Test Caption
Test Description goes like this