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Millennials, Weddings, and Homebuying, Oh My!

By cfmortgagecorporation: It’s officially the month of love, so it makes sense that February has been deemed National Wedding Month. In recent years, the number of new marriages has been decreasing. According to the Pew Research Center, just 44% of Millennials were married in 2019, as compared to 53% of Gen Xers, 61% of Baby Boomers, and 81% of the Silent Generation at a comparable age.  As a generalization, this generation of adults seems to be forging a new path and finding creative ways to grow their passions, careers and relationships – and in the process – may have reprioritized certain traditions, such as marriage. They may be choosing to postpone expensive weddings in an effort to save money to help them achieve big goals in their lives such as purchasing a new home or travel experiences.   If you’re in the same boat, trying to juggle big financial goals and relationship goals, here are a few tips to help you achieve that elusive balance and have the best of both worlds. 1. Focu

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