Many choose to rent because they assume they can't afford a home, when the reality is that if you are paying rent, you can afford to buy. Consider these financial factors that come with renting:
1. Renewal Fees – It's common for rent rates to increase at renewal.
2. Moving Costs – If you choose to move rather than renew your lease, you'll need to hire movers and buy packing materials.
3. Parking Fees & Storage – Many apartments charge monthly fees to have a reserved parking stall. Plus many renters lack sufficient storage space and end up needing to pay for storage units.
4. Monthly Payments – In the latest Rent vs. Buy Report from Trulia, they explained that homeownership remains cheaper than renting with a traditional 30-year fixed rate mortgage in the 100 largest metro areas in the United States.
When you rent, you get little in return. Purchasing a home offers you the benefits of equity, value appreciation and tax benefits. Who do you know who we could help? We will take great care of anyone you know who is ready for their next move or may be going through the buying process for the first time.
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