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topStories Wednesday, September 20, 2017
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College Debt Is Postponing Homeownership—but by How Long?
By Suzanne De Vita
College debt is having a compounding effect on how millennials perceive and plan for homeownership. Eighty-three percent of millennials in a recently released report by the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) say they are delaying their home-buying plans by a median seven years as a result of their student loan debt. Twenty percent of the millennials surveyed in the study are homeowners; 80 percent are not. The typical millennial homeowner is burdened by $41,200 in student debt, and earning $38,800 annually. Homeownership is not the only casualty of student debt—millennials are also postponing career changes, children, marriage and retirement savings, the study shows. ...
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Ushering in a Fresh Perspective: John Peyton and Nick Bailey Ready to 'Blow the Dust off' Iconic Brand
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Move Launches Realsuite Lead and Transaction Platform
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Staying a Step Ahead of the Bad Guys
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What You Need to Earn to Live in the Cheapest and Priciest Metros
By Zoe Eisenberg
Ever wonder how much bacon you need to bring in to live comfortably in some of our country's largest metros? recently
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Engel & Volkers Expands Into Washington State

HER Realtors Names Tom Hughes VP, Business Development

Housing Starts Slow, but Permits Take Off

Weichert, Realtors Annual Charity Event Raises Record Funds for American Cancer Society



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