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(English) The Real Value of Homeownership…It’s Not Monetary

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  1. mrkrispy
    mrkrispy Dice:

    If you really think about it, those memories are made with people. The location adds to the memory only to the extent that it contributed to the story and ambiance. WHO owns the property was immaterial. The memory would be just as good if it was a rental. The average homeowner now only stays in their home approximately 5 years before moving elsewhere. So the typical child is going to have memories that were made in several homes. Some of my fondest childhood memories are of a home that my grandparents rented. Eventually the home was torn down, and the property became an industrial complex. Whenever I drive by that property I still envision those good times when it was a small, worn out old house…..that we had tons of fun in. Who owned it does not change the memories. The fact is that home ownership is the single most important determinant of wealth building for the average American. People should weigh that fact heavily into their decisions as to renting or purchasing. But your memories will still be there no matter who owns the house.

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