Millennials are prepared to buy and refinance homes in 2023! This generation is known as being challengers, change-makers, boundary-pushers, and influencers. If you aren’t already, you should start prioritizing creating lasting relationships with this influential demographic. Here are some other steps business leaders can take to serve millennials:

1. Be a reliable resource. Many millennials do rely on real estate experts to guide them through the homebuying journey. It’s important to offer up professionals who can answer their questions and provide things like blogs, articles, and other relevant insights.

2. Reduce paperwork. Millennials are pretty tech-savvy, and many generally prefer to receive, review and sign documents electronically as opposed to the traditional pen and paper.

3. Be transparent. If you’re a loan officer or lender, make sure to be upfront about fees, timelines, and anything that can impact their transaction. I’ve found millennials like to know what they’re paying for and why.

Millennials have done a lot for the real estate industry, but they are not done yet. Even as the older members of Generation Z start to creep into the market, millennials will likely continue to challenge the housing industry and rewrite the rules of homeownership and the home buying experience.

About Danielle Verboski

Whether you are looking for homes for sale or looking for a real estate agent to sell your home, having a dedicated professional who is committed to excellence is essential to a smooth real estate transaction. I am that person! The path to and from home ownership is best traveled with an experienced professional. Let me lead the way and help simplify the process. Born and raised in Connecticut, my level of expertise in the local area and market is unparalleled. With over 12 years of experience in the customer service industry, the undivided attention that all clients receive while working with me is what sets me apart from the rest. I am personally committed to each and every one of my clients, no matter what their role is in the Connecticut real estate market.