How Millennials Are Disrupting Residence

November 17, 2021



The Millennials are disrupting the residential market. The Millennials are replacing the Baby Boomers who are in the business of purchasing homes. They are making the median price on a home higher than ever before. They are changing the way that the home is owned and bought.

What is driving this?

 It's a combination of several factors. For one, Millennials are getting more and more creative. They are starting to find houses that don't require lots of money to buy. They are using social media to find homes. They are also buying more homes in more places now. One of the most exciting things about the Millennials is that they are starting to buy houses themselves. They are becoming more educated, and more knowledgeable about the processes involved.

It's a good thing that millennials are now taking care of their own properties because they are now becoming more involved in the community. They are making more choices to help the community and to improve the neighborhood. They are changing the face of the neighborhood, and the town is benefiting from it. People are living longer, and people are getting more involved in the community.

Well, this isn't to say that millennials don't have a lot of issues with how their homes are being managed. 

After all, the majority of millennials have spent the last decade in school and have no idea how to manage their own properties. But there is a lot to be said for the fact that they are taking care of our homes. They are taking care of them and making sure they are in excellent shape.

There is a huge amount of information on how to maintain your home that you can get online. That being said, I think it is ridiculous to think that millennials are just a bunch of lazy people that are just not into maintaining a home. This is especially true in the case of home maintenance. A lot of people that I know that are into home maintenance are not into having a home that is “just right.


I think I may have found that answer myself. 

Last week my dad called to tell me that my sister was having some issues with some of her windows. My sister is into home maintenance because, well, she is the girl next door. I told my dad I would take care of it and that I would be back on Monday night to fix it. Well, that turned out to be Monday night.

The second part of the answer is that the majority of home maintenance tasks are not done by women. I mean, if women were in charge of home maintenance, the world would be a better place. The problem is that women tend to be in the home more than men. Why? Because women tend to be closer to home. They’re the ones that tend to be responsible for the cleaning, cooking, and doing the laundry.

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