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Millennial homeowners: Do you have buyer's remorse?

Millennial homeowners: Do you have buyer's remorse?
Millennial homeowners: Do you have buyer's remorse?

If you're a millennial and homeowner, NPR's All Things Considered wants to hear from you — especially if you've purchased your home since the beginning of the pandemic.

We want to hear if you're having buyer's remorse or not and why. Did you have to navigate a highly competitive and hectic housing market or was your experience entirely different?

Tell us if your experience changed your outlook on homeownership. We're also interested if your investment is growing or if you are considering selling your property.

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