Your Home, The Investment

When you’re shopping, whether it’s for a new winter coat, a Christmas tree, a new tablet, or for a new home, you always want ‘the best.’ We want the best money can by, no doubt – the latest model, the most high-tech, the best quality, you name it, that’s the product we’re most willing to spend our money on. However, did you ever stop to think that buying the créme de la créme of houses on the block may not be the most solid investment? Spending a little less and getting what you paid for may pay off when it comes to housing. By considering the home as an investment and looking at homes that leave some room for improvement, it allows you to build equity and hopefully even pay it off when it’s time to sell later down the road. This article from explains why you should ‘never buy the best house in the neighborhood.’


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