All buyers want to live comfortably, whether they're feeling cramped in a current home or are looking for more space in their investment.
A panel of Gen Y real estate professionals from around the country speak at the 2015 Urban Land Institute Spring Meeting. Screenshot courtesy of Urban Land Institute via YouTube.
Millennials polled by the Urban Land Institute say keeping a healthy and active lifestyle is key
Boomers gravitate to markets with a lower price per square foot
The volume of sales can be hurt if interest rates and prices rise, which slows the need for more new-home construction
Housing is pointed towards sustainable comeback
Once notorious for shunning the 'burbs, Millennial demand for suburban homes is growing
Denver and Dallas are the only cities in the nation where prices have surpassed their housing boom peak
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Competition is tight for California homebuyers
Factors include an increase in household formation rate