I'm exiting my 20s shortly, so this is maybe more of a nostalgic post for me.
At 25 I had just started my post-grad school job and had a net worth of about -100K (not actually bad for putting myself through eight years of school! Thanks, need-based financial aid in undergrad, and my law school's financial aid office.)
I'm now 29, and my (single) details are:
Cash savings - $8,000 (temporarily depleted, will put back up to ~15K)
Investments - $150,000
Home Value - $610,000
Debt (home loan @ 4.25% and HELOC at 3.4%) - $390,000
All in all, my net worth is approximately 355K.
It seems like you're counting your mortgage twice by listing low equity and then also a 90K debt. Maybe I'm missing something? I changed mine to "value" instead.
But I have an obscene income, so I actually could be doing a lot better. Now that I have my wedding, roof assessment, down payment and student loan debt behind me, hopefully I can become more badass.