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Report: Hawaii third-worst millennial homeownership rate in USA
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Cities With the Highest Millennial Homeownership Rates

News Release from Filter Buy, November, 2021

Compared to prior generations, millennials—defined by the Pew Research Center as people born between 1981 and 1996—are known to be better educated, more likely to live in big cities, and more likely to delay marriage and start families. While they have also had lower homeownership rates than older generations of the same age, millennial home buying is picking up steam. Home demand has surged during the COVID-19 pandemic, and many aging millennials are now in a better position to buy a home. According to the most recent granular data on homeownership from the U.S. Census Bureau, the millennial homeownership rate—specifically for those between 23 and 38 years of age in 2019—was 41.9%.

Homeownership rates have been rising across all age groups since 2017, after dipping in the wake of the Great Recession and housing market crash. But unlike during the last economic recession, homeownership rates have only surged higher since COVID-19 began. Fueled by record low interest rates, increased savings rates, and a desire for more space, the overall U.S. homeownership rate jumped by more than two percentage points between 2019 and 2020. For homeowners under 35, which includes most millennials, the homeownership rate grew by even more, from 36.7% in 2019 to 39.1% in 2020.

As it pertains to homeownership, millennials represent a more diverse group of individuals than do older generations because of their younger age. The millennial generation includes both individuals who recently graduated college and also those who have accumulated a decade or more of work experience. While younger millennials—many of whom have student loan debt and are not married—may not yet be considering a home purchase, older millennials have entered prime homebuying years. As such, age is an especially strong determinant of homeownership for millennials.

In addition to age, millennial homeownership rates vary substantially by location, largely depending on home prices, local job market conditions, and other cultural factors. On a regional level, the Mountain states and the Midwest have the highest rates of millennial homeownership. Wyoming and Minnesota have the highest millennial homeownership rates in the country, at 59.4% and 55.1%, respectively. At less than $280,000, Wyoming’s median home price is lower than the national median of $303,000, and millennial median income in Wyoming is about the same as the national median. Conversely, California, which is home to some of the most expensive housing in the country, has the lowest rate of millennial homeownership, at just 30%. Other states with above average home prices and low millennial homeownership rates include New York, Hawaii, Nevada, and Massachusetts….

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New report shows Hawaii has third-worst millennial homeownership rate in the nation 

SLN: … A new report by Filterbuy found that the millennial homeownership rate in Hawaii is the third-worst in the nation, behind New York and California.

According to Filterbuy, a company that provides air filtration for homes and produces trend reports about the real estate market, the millennial homeownership rate in Hawaii is 32.7%, with millennials accounting for 22% of the state's population. New York has a 30.2% millennial homeownership rate, while California has a 30% rate.

Meanwhile, Wyoming nearly has a 60% millennial homeownership rate, followed by Minnesota and South Dakota, at 55.1%, and Utah, at 54.3% ….

read … New report shows Hawaii has third-worst millennial homeownership rate in the nation 

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