How Do You Determine Whether To Buy A Home or Rent In The Inland Empire?
Many people are wondering with todayâ€™s staggering economic downfall, whether they should buy a home or simply rent a home in the Inland Empire. Â Forbes had an article, The Next Mortgage Crisis, that laid out some interesting points. You should considering buying a home if: 1. you can afford to buy 2. you want to build equity in a home as a source of retirement security 3. you want to take advantage of the tax benefits of home ownership with mortgage interest and property tax deductions
You Should Consider Renting If: 1. you canâ€™t afford to buy 2. you have not saved an emergency fund of at least 3-6 months worth of expenses 3. you do not qualify for a reasonable interest rate on a mortgage 4. your income is unstable 5. you like having the option of moving around frequently
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With a Master of Arts Degree in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling,
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