3 ways buyer’s agents can win over moving millennials

How you can hook future homebuyers early on
  • Create a business relationship with local companies that help new residents move into town, and market your expertise.
  • Provide value before asked.
  • Millennial renters are future homebuyers -- reach out early in the process.

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I'm about to move across the country from North Carolina back home to St. Louis in a case of "I thought getting away was the most important thing, and then I realized how much I love and miss home." Working remotely allows me the freedom to choose where I live, which is amazing. Truth be told, moving sucks. But I've gained a lot of perspective as a moving millennial. Moving is stressful, and it's one thing after another for months -- and I'm a renter. I can't imagine how much more stressful it would be if I were trying to work through the homebuying process as I move across the country. espiegle / Yep, I'm one of those millennials you read about on Inman all the time who is unmarried and still renting in her 30s. However, I will be in the market to buy a home in the next year or two. (I'm also one of those millennials who prioritizes buying a home over marriage.) So though my boyfriend and I aren't looking to buy right now, in about a year, we will start l...