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Reasons Renting is Better than Buying – Mooresville, NC

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, January 25, 2017
Abberly Green, Mooresville, NCWhile both renting and buying have their own sets of financial advantages, renting does appear to have an edge when the economy is poor. There are tremendous financial benefits to renting as opposed to buying a house of your own. Here is a look at 10 reasons why renters have the better financial deal over homeowners.

No Maintenance Costs or Repair Bills
A definite advantage that renters have is that they have no maintenance costs or repair bills to pay off. When you rent, your landlord is responsible for all maintenance and repair costs. If an appliance stops working or your roof starts to leak, you do not have any financial responsibility to have these things fixed.

Access to Amenities
Another financial benefit to renting over buying a house of your own is having access to amenities that would otherwise be a huge expense. Luxuries such as an in-ground pool or a fitness center come standard at many midscale to upscale apartment complexes with no additional charge to tenants.

No Real Estate Taxes
An obvious benefit that renters have over homeowners is that they do not have to pay real estate taxes. Real estate taxes can be a hefty burden for homeowners.

No Big Down Payment
Another area where renters have the better financial deal is upon signing. You do not have to have a huge down payment saved up to move into a rental property. While the exact amount you need to move in varies from case to case, the total amount is significantly less than you would need to buy a house.

Shaky Market Creating More Renters
While many experts claim the U.S. Housing market is making a full recovery, others aren't so sure. An article written by International Business Times claims that the market is just now stabilizing and the word 'recovery' is unwarranted.

Decreasing Property Value
Property values go up and down, and while this may affect homeowners in a big way, it does not affect renters. Home value determines the amount of property taxes you pay, the amount of your mortgage and more. In a rocky housing market, renters are not as adversely affected.

Flexibility to Downsize
In today's economy, many people struggle to make ends meet. By renting, you have the option to downgrade into a more affordable living space at the end of the lease. When you are a homeowner, it is much more difficult to break free of an expensive house because of the fees involved with buying and selling a home.

Fixed Rent Amount
Rent amounts are fixed for the span of the lease agreement. This means you are able to budget more efficiently since you know the amount of rent you are required to pay. Mortgages and the amount of the property tax can fluctuate.

Lower Insurance Costs
While homeowners need to maintain a homeowner's insurance policy, renters would be wise to invest in a renter's insurance policy. Luckily for renters, renter's insurance is much cheaper and it covers quite a lot. The average cost of renter's insurance is just $12 per month.

Lower Utility Costs
It is much more affordable to heat and power an apartment or small rental home as opposed to a larger home. Rentals typically have a more compact floor plan, and renters can expect lower utility costs.

The Bottom Line
While owning a home may be beneficial over a long period of time, for many people renting is the better option. There are plenty of examples that show how renting can save consumers a considerable amount of money. The choice of whether to rent or buy is a personal one. Before making a hasty move, make the financial decision that is right for you and your family.

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The Benefits of Renting May be Underrated – Mooresville, NC

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, January 19, 2017
Auston Woods apartments, Mooresville, NCWoods apartments, rent or own in Mooresville, N" />For years people have believed that it is better to own a home rather than rent one due to financial benefits, but it turns out that the benefits of renting a home may be underrated.

According to recent research the prospect of no longer having to pay rent, known as imputed rent, is often cited as a major incentive to owning a home. But buyers overlook costs included in their rent, such as building insurance and property maintenance and this failure to properly account for these outgoings can cause householders to overestimate the financial benefits of owning versus renting.

Individual circumstances and market conditions play a big part in determining whether it is smarter to rent or buy, but this research should help households, financial planners and policy-makers make an informed choice.

The study offers a step-by-step explanation of how households can objectively compare the costs of renting versus buying a home, while taking their own personal circumstances and macro-economic conditions into account.

In reviewing transaction costs, imputed rental yields, opportunity costs, inflation and the length of time owning a home, the study also shows that — during periods of deflation or zero inflation — people who rent are financially better-off than those who own their home.

Even when economic conditions are favorable, households may need to own their home for between five and 10 years before returns from the rent they are no longer paying are sufficient to compensate for the high transaction costs of buying. However, increases in inflation and imputed rent, tip the balance in favor of ownership.

It is often thought that buying a house makes more financial sense in the long run: however, renting is frequently more worthwhile than buying for financially-constrained households, as well as households likely to relocate within 10 years.

As well as a reduced ability to recover transaction costs, households relocating within a few years face a higher risk that medium-term prices will move against them, thus reducing or eliminating their equity, while financially-constrained households face much higher mortgage costs.

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Smart Reasons to Rent in Retirement – Mooresville, NC

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Abberly Green in Mooresville, NCSometimes it makes sense to sell the family homestead and rent.

You may have long pictured homeownership as a cornerstone of your retirement. But baby boomers are increasingly renting instead. From 2005 to 2015, the number of renters ages 60 to 64 nearly doubled.

Though the longer you live in a home the more likely it is that buying beats renting—if it is paid off, taxes and upkeep are probably lower than the rent you’d pay—there are times when renting is the way to go.

You’re restless

Want to buy a home in your favorite vacation spot? The idyllic weeks you’ve spent there may not give you a realistic sense of what life is like year-round. For example, 70°F winters might not be worth humid 90°F summers.

Trying out your new town by renting will save you money and headaches. Real estate can have huge transaction costs, like the typical 5% brokerage fee. You don’t want to pay it twice.

You want the extra cash

Selling the family home and investing some (or all) of the proceeds can help pad your savings—and provide peace of mind.

Yes, you could tap home equity via a reverse mortgage. But selling would supply more upfront cash. A 65-year-old with a $300,000 mortgage-free home could net $275,000 from a sale; a reverse mortgage would free up only $150,000. You’d have to tap some of your proceeds to rent a new place, but the extra long-term cost of renting might be worth the comfort of more cash on hand.

You want convenience

Sick of raking leaves? Don’t want to deal with peeling paint? Renting lets you off-load such chores. It’s not your problem anymore. A rental in a multiunit building can also include amenities you’ll value more as you age, such as an elevator and a doorman.

Rental property developers have started catering to older customers. The result: buildings that include a greater number of larger two- and three-bedroom units, as well as aging-friendly perks like door-to-door package delivery and trash pickup.

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Happy New Year 2017 from Abberly Green Apartments in Mooresville, NC!

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, January 05, 2017

Abberly Green Apartments in Mooresville, NCA fresh new year has arrived once again. It’s the time to be thankful for everything we have and for everything we have achieved in the past year. But it is also time to start new, start strong, and accomplish everything we want to do this year.

It is also time for us to say “Thank You” for our success last year. If you are an existing associate, we have enjoyed working with you. If we are just embarking on a new relationship with you in 2017, we look forward to the opportunity. We are excited for what we all can achieve in 2017.

The New Year stands before us, like a chapter in a book, waiting to be written. We can help write that story by setting goals. – Melody Beattie

Happy New Year from Abberly Green  Apartments in Mooresville, NC!

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Abberly Green Apartments

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Call: 844-379-4792
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