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The Millennial Way Home: An Invested Millennial Guide on buying Your First Real Estate Property is a nonfiction business/finance guide written by Jeremy Kho. In his About the Author section, Kho describes himself as “a self-published author, an individual investor, an engineer and an online marketer.” He is also a thirty-something millennial who began investing while in his twenties. A home is often the largest investment a person will ever make. In the past, many young couples would put down their downpayment and get that first house when they were still quite young. Millennials have seen a change in housing markets and finances generally that has led many of them to put off buying that house or to consider whether renting is the better option. Kho helps readers determine if and when they should take that big step.
The Millennial Way Home is a well-written and informative guide to real estate investment strategies that will benefit any reader, whether they are in the author’s targeted generation or not. He simply and clearly sets out the benefits and disadvantages of home ownership and gives the reader enough background knowledge to get started by finding a good agent and spending some time crunching numbers. I particularly appreciated his advice about real estate agents, having encountered more than one who was ethically challenged, and I also found his comparisons between real estate and other forms of investment to be well-presented and compelling. Kho’s book offers readers a chance to step back and really think through the logistics and implications of that major investment, and that’s a very good thing, indeed. The Millennial Way Home is most highly recommended.