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Buying vs. Renting


Buying vs. Renting a House

Each option has its benefits, so consider what matters to you.
 

Benefits of Buying
*No landlord means you can make your house a home you want without anyone else's approval.

*Unlike rent payments, the interest you pay with your mortgage payments can be tax-deductible.

*You can find a mortgage tailored to your budget and goals to keep your monthly payment from going up as the market changes.
 

Benefits of Renting
*Your landlord is often responsible for home repairs and upgrades.

*You won't have to buy homeowners insurance or pay property taxes on your home.

*Moving can be easier since you won't have to sell your home or find renters.Visit our blog to stay up to date on the latest mortgage and loan info.