4 Reasons Renting Isn’t Always Bad

Put aside the idea that you must have a home. I am convinced that a group of real estate agents or builders’ organizations played a role in instilling the idea that home ownership is an essential component of the realization of the American Dream. Last month, my husband and I closed our 10th home. Some homes turned out to be a fair investment, while others were gigantic financial flop.

If higher prices and higher interest rates make you sit far from home searching in 2022, that’s okay. There are many ways renting can be better for your bank account this year. Here are some of them

1. Loss of amenities

One of the main reasons we decided not to buy a home when we lived in Northern California was that we would have to give up so much to become homeowners. Not only would Northern California house prices make us a poor house, but the apartment we were renting was in a really nice place. Just outside the building there was a great swimming pool and hot tub. A block away was a great sushi restaurant, and we were easily able to walk to the live entertainment venues.

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