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Dos buenas razones para comprar y no alquilar

Dos buenas razones para comprar  y no alquilar

Hay mucha gente joven que se debate entre si ellos deberían renovar el contrato de alquiler de su apartamento o firmar un contrato para comprar su primera casa. Basado en un estudio reciente, aquí hay dos razones por las que comprar una casa tal vez tenga más sentido:

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8 comentarios
  1. realist
    realist Dice:

    «Percent of income owners expect to pay» as if mortgage is the only expense that owners have. Principal & Interest are not the only expenses. There’s also property taxes, insurance, maintenance, repairs, etc. When you take into account those expenses, the percent of income is equal or greater than renters.

    Whoops! Conveniently forgot about that fact. Then again, they want to sell houses, not caring about the truth.

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  2. Cody
    Cody Dice:

    I own my home and as it may differ depending on where you live I pay much lower percentage owning my home then renting. My mortgage, property tax, plus all other taxes, insurance and HOA fees all add up to a monthly payment of less then $1,100 a month – I have 1800 square feet house with two baths, 3 bedrooms, and a two car garage and it’s also only 3 years old. When I compare to a two bedroom apartment in the area with no garage – the average rent is $1,400. Now we could live in a more dangerous older apartment and that rent average for a two bedroom is $900. So if you add in safety which I do because I have two sons and a wife – plus the fact your money is actually going toward something as an investment – I would buy any day. My house is now worth $10,000 more then we paid for it, you can’t get this back when you rent – well unless you have one high security deposit lol.

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