Contrary to popular belief, Millennials do have an interest in buying homes, but between student debt, striving for a work/life balance and a general lack of information regarding the housing market, many individuals of this age bracket struggle to imagine being a first time home buyer. Which is precisely why the housing platform, Zillow, introduced Realestate.com - a Millennial-focused website that's helping those between the ages of 18 and 34 find an abode to call their own.
The first step of this user-friendly site is to simply select a desired city in the United States. After plugging in their appropriate home requirements and price limitations, the user will be directed to a wide selection of various homes, all accompanied with information and clear images. The website offers the Millennial buyer more autonomy and inspiration when searching for a home, while eliminating the need to contact a real estate agent.