Uhhh... thats dangerously against the current PR trend.
Young people are basically told that they are never allowed to own anything anymore in their lives - because we -
- Dont want them to attain personal wealth, as they are inherenting it when they are 50.
- Dont want them to add to anything that ads to production based growth, so we press them into service ecosystems where they get stickers for increasing social wellbeing
- Have a real problem - in europe at least, where all the investment money went your route, as housing was seen as a safe investment - even after the housing bubble in the US burst, as a result the housing market went like this:
So people bought sever ones, and then made AirBB a trend (meaning - if their renters would only detract from the lot value (through use), you have many properties staying empty for most of the year - getting rented out to people in the city tourism trail for a few months, making up for 'lost rent').
Most younger people never are able to get into the position to afford a mortgage to own their homes (dont forget about half of all US citizens had 500 USD set aside for 'difficult times' when the crisis hit), and we needed millennials to spend investing everyone out of the 2008 crisis - which was done via having them buy smoothies and services, and not get into long term investments (low long term interest rates, so saving was futile - especially since we invented hole new categories of temp and gigworking jobs at the same time).
So we did everything possible to tell millenials, that they didnt want to own housing - and that they shouldnt care - until they are 50, and then fight with heirs who actually acquired multiple homes over living space. But only after boomers had died.