If you’re ready to buy a home but are having a hard time affording it on your own, or, if you have aging loved ones you need to care for, you might want to consider a multi-generational home.
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In today's world of rising housing costs, many buyers are looking for ways to still be able to buy a home.
- For the eighth year in a row, real estate maintained its position as the preferred long-term investment among Americans.
- Real estate has been gaining ground against stocks, gold, and savings accounts over the last 11 years and now stands at its highest rating in survey history.
According to a recent Gallup poll, real estate has been voted the best long-term investment for 11 years in a row, beating gold, stocks, bonds, and more.
Everyone’s interpretation of the American Dream is unique and personal.
Generation Z (Gen Z) is eager to put down their own roots and achieve financial independence.
Here are three reasons why homeowners feel thankful for their homes.