In today's real estate market, we know how difficult it can be to "win" the bidding war for that "perfect for you" home...keep at it. IT IS WORTH THE EFFORT!!Keep in mind the reason that you started
It's Worth the Effort to Own a Home
Dated: May 11 2022
In today's real estate market, we know how difficult it can be to "win" the bidding war for that "perfect for you" home...keep at it. IT IS WORTH THE EFFORT!!
Keep in mind the reason that you started this search in the first place - a place to call your own, to be able to paint it whatever color you want, to not have to worry about if the landlord is going to raise the rent for the third year in a row, etc...the list can go on and on.
Most homeowners today say they would still buy their current home if they had to do it all over again. That means that all of the effort is worth it to get your goal - home ownership.
One significant reason to own a home is that each monthly mortgage payment contributes to your home equity - that same money paid in rent is money that you will never see again. With the record levels of home appreciation that we have seen lately, owning a home is a great investment and is a top indicator of financial well-being.
On the emotional side of homeownership, it's more than an investment - it becomes your place of pride and joy. Not only can you upgrade/change what you would like in your home but it also helps you to get to know the neighbors and become a part of the community.
Keep your eye on the prize, it will be worth it!
Let us help you find your dream home - we love to help any way that we can!
Call Mike at 612-685-0927 or Becki at 952-220-5872
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