Our friends at KeepingCurrentMatters.com, (KCM), have provided us with beautiful infographics that give you 15 reasons why owning a home is a much better choice than renting one! And, millennial's, this is your time!
By owning a home, you invest in yourself, your family, your community, and your future.
When you own your own home, you're part of a community. You'll feel more inspired to lend a helping hand where it's needed to make the community a better place to live for you and your neighbors!
Owning a home means space for growth. You have enough room to do just about anything, including starting a family!
You get to choose the neighborhood you want your children to grow up in. That includes selecting the appropriate school district that has the right education system for your kids.
Owning a home means properly investing and saving money, leaving a little bit left over for the more extravagant things in life!
You can select a community where you're surrounded by people who have the same interests and values as you do, no matter what they are!
For many people, owning a home is the best purchase you make in your life. It's a sign of success, achievement, wealth, and responsibility.
It's a great way to begin to build family wealth! Nothing is more comforting than knowing your child's financial future is in good hands, why not let them be yours?
Few things come before insuring that your retirement is secure. Owning a home is just another step in that process!
When you own a home, you get tax breaks. You can deduct many home-related expenses from your taxes!
Who doesn't love pets!
You can help pay for your child's education!
You can pick the neighborhood, the house, and make the appropriate changes to the home to make it as safe for your family as you possibly can.
When you own a home, you can creatively express yourself! You have the freedom to decorate your house however you want to. You can expand it, knock down walls, paint, change the floors, buy new appliances, or remodel the whole thing! The best part is, you don't have to ask anyone first.
The quality of the home you live in abides by your standards - not someone elses! If you don't like the way something is, you can change it.
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