Should Millennials Even Bother With A Starter Home?

By Neale Godfrey Via Forbes.com

Citing data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Generation Progress, a national progressive advocacy and action network for young people, portrayed a positive view of the Millennial labor market, especially those between the ages of 25 and 34. “For older Millennials, labor force participation is far higher than the national average.”

With many Millennials seemingly back at work and earning better salaries, buying a first home could be a reality for many. If you are a Millennial fitting this description, you may have already created your Pinterest board of awesome house pictures and binge-watched a zillion episodes ofHouse Hunters. You know what that dream house looks like. You have saved for the down payment. Now you must ask yourself: Is it time to take the plunge?