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Buying a home vs renting a home

On this page, I will provide you with a lot of information and the main differences to buying a home versus renting a home in Las Vegas . Check out my short video about how your rent money adds up over time and how much money you are wasting over a 30 year period….

On this image below is how the home buying process works…. from start to finish, I make finding your dream home simple, fast and easy! Call me today to get started! 

Currently, home ownership has huge benefits… 

  1. You can write off the loan interest every year when you file your taxes
  2. Don’t like the wall colors? Paint them any color you want!
  3. Tired of paying someone else’s mortgage payment with no benefits?
  4. Pride in ownership goes a long way! It your home now!
  5. Thinking of starting a family, the family home can transfer to your kids!
  6. Create a space that fits your needs, and freedom to live how you want to live!
  7. Owning a home equals freedom for retirement, in 15 or 30 years, the home is yours!
  8. Build up equity now and in a few years, sell high, make a profit and buy a newer home!
  9. Home ownership means you have taken control of your future for you and your family!
  10. Take control of your future today by finding out if home ownership is right for you!
  11. If you lease a place, your rent can go up over time!
  12. There is NO Financial gain what so ever when you lease a home!
  13. You are making someone else rich buy giving them money once a month!
  14. No benefits from leasing a home, think about getting your own benefits!     

 

If you have any questions about the buying process, how to chose your dream home or just have questions in general about real estate, I am here to help you! If you are a first time home buyer or buying a home again, I am more than happy to assist you with obtaining your real estate goals here in Las Vegas, Summerlin or Henderson! Contact me today! 702-768-2552 or michael@lvrealty4sale.com.

Questions? Ask Michael