Getting married and buying a home are two of the most important milestones in millennials’ lives. With the average cost of a wedding pegged at $31,000 according to The Knot, many millennials are not in a financial position throw their dream wedding and to purchase their dream home.
Inman News covered this phenomenon in a recent piece titled “3 ways to help millennial homebuyers who are getting married” which offers real estate professionals some tips for making the home buying process as easy as possible for those millennials who are choosing to embark on the homeownership journey while simultaneously planning their big day.
But choosing between the two may not be as much of a challenge as you think, according to ERA’s 2014 survey, which found 89 percent of couples who responded felt their bond was strengthened by purchasing a home together.
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