Buying a home can be a great investment, but all too often people buy a home too quickly and don't count all the costs. So below we've listed some tough questions to ask yourself before you buy a home.
Many times people start the home-buying process by asking the questions, "How much house can I afford?" This is usually the wrong question. The better question should be, "Am I at a healthy place financially to do this?" Here are 4 questions to help you answer that major one.
A. I consistently hear from people who are young and wanting a place of their own that renting is simply throwing money down the drain. They could be building equity in a home of their own, but they feel stuck in paying off someone else's mortgage. So is it better to keep renting or should they buy their own?
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