Millennials Ready to Start Buying Houses: New Report Has the Data

The Millennials are on the march. They’re the helicopter parent generation. They were raised on mobile devices and safe spaces and now they are getting ready to start buying their own homes. We can only hope that they stay in them and stop trying to put rubber cuppies on every sharp object in the world.

It wasn’t too long ago that the Millennials were just whining their way out of college and gumming up the job market with their crazy demands. They’ve made it impossible for so many workplaces to function properly with their constant mandates of political correctness and privilege checking- making the remote home-office workspace a necessity for so many.

They are the children of the children of the 1960s. Apparently, the activism bug skipped a generation and came back with a severe case of down syndrome. Really, these kids are an embarrassment.

Of course, not all of them are total know-it-all crybabies. Some of them actually keep a stiff upper lip and vote Republican now and again. But for the most part, they suck. Sorry if you are a Millennial, but come on. You guys invented trigger warnings and safe spaces. The people who came before you invented rock and roll. That’s a pretty significant setback for the species. Get off of my lawn!

Now, Millennials are crying and complaining their ways into the real estate market. They are applying for mortgages and their applications are weak AF.

Here’s Fox Business with more.

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