Monday, August 07, 2017

Newsflash: Millennials With Money Still Want Suburban Home Ownership

Things change, of course . . . But here's a reality check regarding all of the hype related to Downtown Kansas City development schemes and the dearth of affordable schooling, shopping and parking options:

Older millennials are leaving the city for a new kind of suburb

Older millennials are realizing they don't have a good answer to that question anymore. The result: a migration out of the city. Almost half of millennial homeowners live in the suburbs, and the majority stay in the same metropolitan area when they buy a home, according to research from Zillow .

14 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Millenials like living downtown because they like to suck cock and there are a lot of other faggots down there.

Anonymous said...

Not all millenials suck each other. A lot of them do, but what really attracts them are all the places to listen to shitty music by bands nobody has ever heard of. That and all the places to get bad tattoos that identify them as incredibly stupid.

Silverback Sly said...

They only talk about how they could live in black neighborhoods but become cucks when they move in.

Anonymous said...

When the metrosexual TRANNY BITCHES get robbed mugged raped carjacked assaulted by the inner city youth scholar's hood rats that want to KILLA CITY there ass , maybe realize that they should move their candy ass white cracker out to the Golden Ghetto , just to be able to live ¡!

Anonymous said...

Most millenials are weak dicks who can't even do one push up. They don't know how to fight or protect themselves. They make perfect victims. Most of them never even had to walk to school. They really don't belong in the city.

Anonymous said...

The thing is, the suburbs don't want the millennial faggots

Anonymous said...

The inner city millennial would freak out here in the Golden Ghetto , we drive to work , drive home from work , many SUV ' S and pick up trucks . Most of us own guns , carry openly or concealed and know how to use them . We also grill meat of all kinds in our backyard and socialize with our neighbors . We also smoke cigars and drink beer , not smoke that weirdness abounds vape shit , eat kale and pay $10 for shit latte spew ¡!

Anonymous said...

You all sound like a fun bunch

Sly's Guy said...

^^^^^ +1

Glad someone has a sense of humor around here

Crazy Clown said...

Have ya' seen the type of housing those supposed Millennial's call housing ?????

it looks more like "institutionalized" housing for the mentally Disturbed !!!

Like row house apartments all jammed & crammed together.

and their Naïve enough to pay Big Bucks for those Weird Whacky future Ghetto' complexes !!!

Their more less Apartment type homes all crammed together & stacked on top of each other, like some kind of Socialist Experiment run a muck,,,

Anonymous said...

Mega spot on to the Golden Ghetto posted by 11:05 ! Those Snowflake HOMOSEXUALLY ABOUNDS TRANNY BITCHES would shit out if they saw the normal American human beings lifestyle that we the people live !¡ And yes , we go to church as well !¡

Anonymous said...


answers like these start my day off RIGHT...keep it up; it's so funny...laughing my ass off...I know there is hope for me! Oh, and, I'm not a robot...although I would really like to experience being a robot, but only if could not be a robot if I don't like being a robot...just sayin'...I'm sure English majors have some term for that as being a "run on sentence" or something really stupid so I will stop now....

Anonymous said...

You mean these millenials don't want to live the rest of their lives in their mom's basement??? SHAME!!!!

Anonymous said...

Interesting crowd here. It seems like the initial responders think "millennial" equals white valley Californian. Millennial is a age group, not a race or an area of people.

I see the hit words made it:
1) Cuck - if any age group is a bunch of cucks its that free love baby boomer generation, like that was a good idea.
2) Snowflake - Hey, I heard this word upsets them. Regardless of context lets just throw this word out there, that'll get them.

The article is about millennials with money - not millenials living in mom and dads basement too unique to find employment. Of course they found the same conclusion others found before them. Not unexpected.