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Do you currently rent?
A lot of people who are renting have plans to purchase a home at some point in the future. Most people think they'll need a large sum of money - this is not necessarily the case. Ask us about our Lease to own programs.


Should I Rent or Buy?

Benefits of Ownership

Owning a home can bring financial rewards as well as a personal satisfaction that comes with knowing that you have a piece of the American dream. The financial benefits of homeownership range from the tax breaks that the owner can enjoy by writing off interest to the possible appreciation in the equity of the home over time. To understand the full extent of possible tax benefits, it is strongly suggested that you contact your local IRS or speak with an accountant about your particular situation. Some of the financial benefits include:

Appreciation - Real estate values generally rise over a period of years.

Tax advantages - Homeowners may deduct mortgage interest and property taxes as an expense against income, while residential investors may write off expenses or depreciation.

Being a tangible asset, real estate is seen by lenders as low risk, durable and marketable. Therefore, lenders are more willing to loan a high percentage of value. This allows owners to benefit by having control over an entire high-value asset with a low initial investment or down payment.

Real estate is marketable - it can be sold at a predicable price to a dependable group of available buyers, provided enough time is allowed to expose the property to those buyers.

Real estate provides its owner with valuable control and management of its value. The personal benefits are less easy to translate into a specific list, but are in many cases equally compelling as a reason to buy.


The following is a list of common motivations that inspire people to own their own homes:


Owning my own home provides me with a deep sense of security. I need to own in order to feel that I have roots and really belong to my community.

I can make my own decisions about design and decor.

I can invest in upgrades that will not only bring me pleasure but can also add to the value of the property over time.

I have control over the piece of property. I am not answering to a landlord.



Usually the question is whether a person should rent or buy. There are many factors that influence this decision such as how long a person intends to stay at one certain address. If there is a possibility that occupancy will last only a year or two, then it is probably advisable to rent unless you are willing to lease the property out as a rental once you move on. The only time it makes sense to buy with the intention of a quick turn around is if the property purchased was under-valued or if the real estate market is appreciating so rapidly that the increase in equity will exceed the cost of selling the property.

Another approach is to buy the property and lease it to tenants when it comes time for you to move on. You must also be certain that you will have the time and patience to act as a landlord or you will need to hire a management company like Otey House Property Management and Maintenance . And finally, be sure to assess what the impact of holding onto the property will be on your financial statement. It is possible that by holding onto the first property to rent, you will not qualify to take a mortgage on a second property.

The decision to buy has as much to do with your personal needs as it does to do with the financial reasons that can motivate a buyer. Do the math to understand the monetary ramifications. Take time to understand your own motivations before you rush into this decision. Homeownership has its definite rewards.

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