PART TEN: Shouldn’t it be about you?

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Some people rent because they want the freedom to pack up and move anywhere in the world they want, at any time.  BUT moving can be a hassle – a huge hassle – and that’s one reason why renters often become buyers.

Do you really want to live in a place where you may be forced to move because your landlord wants to move in? It could happen; just ask your friends.
 
When you buy, you buy more than a house. You buy a lifestyle. Backyards. Pets. Great neighbors. Block parties. Community. A sense of belonging. The list goes on and on.
 
It’s simple: living on a street with other homeowners is different – and often better – than moving again and again. It’s more lasting. More solid. More secure.
 
Where do you want to live? In a place you own, or in a place owned by someone else?

Well, we have come to the end of our series on renting vs owning.  As a thank you for sticking through to the finish, I have a little gift for you – just fill out this link with your information so I can get it to you!  

I hope these thoughts were helpful and possibly led you to a decision you feel comfortable with right now.  If you still have questions, I’d love to chat further (over the phone or over coffee).  But if you’re ready to make a move, let’s talk. Call or email me and we’ll get started!