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Pool Season is Here!
Our pool is now open! Please remember there are pool rules posted at the pool and we ask that you take time to read and abide by them.
Some, but not all the rules are:
Dates to Remember
May 13th Mothers Day
May 14th-18th Resident Appreciation Week
May 19th The Race City Festival in Downtown Mooresville
May 28th Memorial Day
Office Will Be Closed
Our office will be closed on Monday, May 28th in recognition of the holiday. A member of our Service Team will be on call for maintenance emergencies. If you should have a maintenance emergency on this day, please call our main phone number, 704-799-7417, and follow the prompts for maintenance.
Air Filter Changes
The Service Team will be changing air filters in the following buildings during the month of May;
5/2 - Building 137
Renting Versus Buying: The Realities of Home–Ownership
By J.D. Roth
This is a guest–post from Tim Ellis, author of Seattle Bubble, a blog and forum dedicated to discussing real estate market conditions in the Seattle area.
“If you rent, you’re throwing away your money.”
You’ve probably heard statements like these plenty of times. On television, radio, the Internet, and in casual conversation; such sentiments are common in any discussion that involves home–buying and personal finances. It’s common knowledge that buying a home is a better financial move than renting. After all, you’re building equity instead of throwing away your money, right?
Well, maybe not quite… Rather than assuming the “common knowledge” on this subject is accurate, let’s take a look for ourselves at some of the financial differences between renting and home–buying.
A Real–World Example
For the purpose of comparing renting to owning in this article, I’ll be using real–world data gathered from my area (northeast of Seattle). Although most first–time buyers tend to move from renting an apartment to buying a larger, stand–alone house, as much as I can I will compare apples to apples.
The two homes are located within two miles of each other in similar neighborhoods, and neither is located on a busy road.
To continue this article, click here.