Young and smart, but Millennials face homebuying hurdles

A study from Pew reveals that many young and educated Americans this generation have a lesser chance of owning a home. School loans and less job opportunities have made it hard for them to buy a home. Some nearly have $200,000 in student loan debt that cost them about $2,000 a month. Missed payments on student loans damage credit scores, making it harder and more expensive to get mortgages. The result is a decline in the percentage of 18-to-32 year olds heading up their own homes, and millennials living with their parents. Here are top related Millennial stories:

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