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(English) 3 Questions You Must Answer Before Buying a Home

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  1. Frank Passanante
    Frank Passanante Dice:

    Like politics, all real estate is local. National trending is important to prove the relative postion of the market you work. The bottom line is the true value of home ownership compared to other forms of shelter. A tenant’s rent is not guaranteed to stay the same. Similar to an adjustable rate mortgage. We don’t need more uncertainty in our lives. The owner may decide to sell and we are compelled to move. That’s a drag. Buy a home, start a garden, paint your favorite color, let your baby crawl on new carpets, build neighborhood friendships. As interest rates increase, you get less home for the money. Except for the weakest of markets, it is generally agreed that we are bumping along the bottom. People die and families grow- there are always sellers and buyers.

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  2. MaryBeth Muldowney
    MaryBeth Muldowney Dice:

    Thank you again for your timely insight. A home purchase is just that, a home not just a house or an investment. “Home” is significant for so much more, stability for you and your family, a monthly expenditure you can budget for in the next 30 years if desired, and a sure way over time to increase your net worth. Cannot wait for you to visit our Realtor Association (Plymouth and South Shore) in Massachusetts again in February, always standing room only!

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  3. Greg Carlson
    Greg Carlson Dice:

    I agree that the intangibles are key to home ownership. I am more interested in
    understanding the rationale for a 14 year time line. With the pace of change, how can anyone predict 5 years out, let alone 14! Also, this does not bode well for new construction for a long time. When does the pent up demand that is developing each year due to population increase kick in? Not sure what the benefit of this prediction is. I would like to hear more on the rationale from Steve. I did read some of Case Schillers rationale: Vct =E(INDEXii / INDEXio) x Vio :)

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