I was watching the news the other day and caught a brief story about Millennials' attitudes toward buying a home.  They indicated that the majority of millennials do not have plans of buying a home.  This lead me to learn why.  Is it the disposal environment we live in?  Is it that they are unrealistic about investing for their future? Is it due to less structure in their lifestyles?

In my generation we were taught to invest in real estate or money markets, stocks anything that could create a nest egg for our future.  I still feel the same today.  Don't throw money away on rent that you can never recoup.

Here is what Business Insider has to report:


https://www.businessinsider.com/millennial-homeownership-lower-2017-6#housing-is-less-affordable-for-millennials-compared-to-the-overall-population-1