I have to agree with Trey. It kind of makes sense that people who have worked for a lifetime have a little more financial stability than the people who haven't been working for much more than a decade at the most and that are likely in the process of starting/raising a family. It's not really an us vs. them issue, or at least it shouldn't be.Baby boomers and millennials are in a heated housing battle and according to a new Zillow report, boomers are winning. So many baby boomers are active in the housing market that it's become...www.yahoo.com
I had to break out my nanobot scale violin (and nanobots to play it) to play in sympathy with the plight of the Millennials over this.
I hate all this. I get called a Boomer but my parents are Baby Boomers. I am Gen X. WTF ever...I don't care.