There is no doubt that the prices of houses are making it a highly attractive time for people to buy a home. This is not the case for everyone, however. Just because the prices of homes are right does not mean that it’s the right time to buy. Renting may be the better option, depending on your own personal financial situation and a few other factors.
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Whether you’re shopping to buy or rent a new home, there are steps you can take to ensure you’re home…
With news of falling home values and rock-bottom mortgage rates, the renters among us rarely get attention. But the fact is, for many Americans, renting is a better option than home ownership. And in some cases, the best places to rent are the worst places to own. Find out where the best places to rent are in the United States for 2010.
The longstanding argument whether to rent or to buy in the U.S. may’ve just been thrown a curve ball.
The current economic crisis and housing bust have reignited the debate over whether people are better off renting or buying a home. Just a few years ago, the general consensus was: “Why rent when you can buy?” Today, that mindset has flipped, and people are instead asking “Why buy when you can rent?” When weighing the benefits of renting verses buying, here are several factors to consider.
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With all the news about the mortgage industry and the now infamous credit crunch, it can be difficult to see opportunity. But don’t let the negatives cloud over the positives. If you’re looking to buy a home, you’re in a good spot. Mortgage interest rates are at their lowest since 2005.
Money matters befuddle even the smartest of us, especially when a dilemma arises that doesn’t lend itself to logic. Ever wonder if you should be throwing that extra cash toward your credit card debt or saving for retirement? Or both? What about leasing or buying a car? Do you know what’s best for your wallet?