One of the biggest financial decisions people will make in their lifetime is the choice to buy a home. Why would anyone want to make such a large financial commitment when renting is cheaper, flexible to where you want to live, and short term in obligation? The reasons are quite straightforward: homeownership allows you to build equity and allows you a deduction for mortgage interest paid, which makes it the single biggest tax break available to most taxpayers, not to mention all the intangible benefits that ownership has to offer. When you are buying a home your monthly payouts will increase and you’ll need to set a few dollars aside for those unexpected expenses, but owning your home can be one of your most rewarding decisions if you play your cards correctly from the start. We want to help you make the right decision for beginning or continuing your mortgage.
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