What are the hottest cities for Millennials to buy homes in for 2016? A recent Realtor.com article outlines, "Where's Hot - and Where's Not - For Home-Buying Millennials" in the coming year. As Yuqing Pan writes millennials are making their presence known in the housing market: "numbering 43.5 million, the older group of millennials (aged 25 to 34) makes up 13.6% of the U.S. population but fully 30% of the current population of existing-home buyers."

Rather than try to move to "trendy" cities with high price tags such as New York City and Los Angeles, "young home buyers are increasingly turning to cities that are relatively affordable and have lots of jobs and maybe even a trendy atmosphere all their own." And one of those more affordable cities for 2016 is likely to be Seattle.

With a median listing price of $398,000 and a 14.9% population share of older millennials, Realtor.com places Seattle 7th on their list of 10 cities, writing that "the headquarters of Microsoft, amazon, and many other tech companies large and small" mean that there has been "an influx of educated, young tech workers, which contributes to its uniquely cool culture." And of course, don't forget about Starbucks of course!