Moneyism: 4 cities where millennials actually act like grown-ups

These millennials aren’t afraid of commitment.

Just over 35% of people ages 18 to 35 own a home, according to the latest data from the Census Bureau, compared to nearly four in 10 who did just six years ago. That’s a big reason the homeownership rate for all ages hit its lowest level since 1965 last year, and has only ticked up slightly since.

But in four cities in America, the majority of millennials are bucking that trend, according to a study released Tuesday by financial firm SmartAsset. Using Census Bureau data, the firm looked at homeownership rates in households headed by someone under 35 in the 200 largest cities in America.

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