Many millennials are cheering for a housing market crash on Twitter. They say it will help them afford a home.
But they seem heedless of the damage it will cause to current homeowners who face stress and tragedy of foreclosure and displacement.
There’s a way for millennials to afford a house of their own whether there’s a housing market crash or not. Work for it.
Since the economy took a turn for the worse, there’s a growing number of millennials cheering on a housing market crash.
They’re hoping for a housing market crash so they can afford to buy a house. There are now an extraordinary number of tweets on the Twitter timeline like these:
And the list of tweets cheering for a housing market crash goes on, and on, and on, and on, and on, and on, and on, and on, and on, and on.
It’s almost like these millennials feel entitled to a housing market crash. But they’re entirely naive about how many people will get hurt if that happens. Or they hold that possibility in callous disregard. Because they’re not just greedy for homeownership, they envy and loathe homeowners for having something that they don’t.
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