Is Housing Cost as a Percentage of Income a Failing Measure?

Real estate practitioners love times like these for marketing, as they can show that in most markets it’s cheaper to buy than to rent. With interest rates still low and owned homes having to compete with foreclosures in the market, prices of homes not in foreclosure haven’t been rising much. Dean Graziosi Bookmark With

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Is Housing Cost as a Percentage of Income a Failing Measure?

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There are a great many analysts and economics experts who use the percentage of income spent by consumers on housing in various ways to measure economic health and spending patterns. Real estate practitioners love times like these for marketing, as they can show that in most markets it’s cheaper to buy than to rent. With […]

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Are You Ready To Purchase Your First Home

Are you ready to purchase your first home?

As the market become more stable, many people are considering whether or not they are ready to purchase their first home. This is a personal decision that should be based on your ability to pay back a loan and the commitment that purchasing a home involves. Your decision should not be based on interest rates […]

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