Homeownership Is a Good Financial Investment!
According to a recent report by Trulia, “buying is cheaper than renting in 100 of the largest metro areas by an average of 33.1%.” Ralph McLaughlin, Trulia’s Chief Economist explains: “Owning a home is one of the most common ways households build long-term wealth, as it acts like a forced savings account. Instead of paying your landlord, you can pay yourself in the long run through paying down a mortgage on a house.” Five reasons why owning a home makes financial sense:
●Mortgage payments can be fixed while rents go up.
●Equity in your home can be a financial resource later.
●You can build wealth without paying capital gains.
●A mortgage can act as a forced savings account.
●Overall, homeowners can enjoy greater wealth growth than renters.
Bottom Line 》Before you sign another lease, perhaps you should sit with a real estate professional in your area to better understand all your options.
Now available for rent... This Banksia recently renovated unit, located on the top floor is now on offer! - 2 bedroom unit
- Generously sized kitchen and internal laundry
- Spacious lounge leading onto sunny balcony
- Built in wardrobe to the main bedroom
- Lock up garage
- Short walk to Banksia Station
Full details: http://bit.ly/2sjwQ5R
For an inspection, contact Anthony Psaltis on 0409 395 755 to book an appointment today!
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Renting vs. Buying: What's the Difference? Now on the #blog
Renting vs. buying a home… it’s basically all the same, right? Well, not quite. While renting a home may seem more appealing, for it means less commitment and the ability to move residences quickly, renters also have to put up with one major factor homeowners do not... ✨source: http://buyvirginiarealestate.com/renting-vs-buying-whats-difference/