Those Housing Market Blues
Gen Z kids were born between 1997 and 2012, which means that as of 2023, the age range for Gen Z falls anywhere from 11 to 26 years old. Gen Z is looked at by older generations with both alarm and a confused sense of respect for just how deeply they’ve integrated with technology. In an era with innovations and new AI updates sprinting out of the woodwork faster than anyone could’ve forecasted, Gen Z would seem to be at an advantage in that regard.
However, when it gets down to the probability of being stuck in a permanent cycle of renting, things look a bit bleak for this generation. Inspired by a recent AskReddit thread, here are various realistic strategies that Redditors offered up as ways they could see Gen Z breaking free from the cycle of eternally renting.