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Renting is Throwing Money Away … Right? – Afford Anything
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You make a $50,000 down payment. You borrow $200,000. You hold a 5 percent fixed-rate 30-year mortgage. Property taxes cost $3,000 per year. Homeowners insurance costs $1,500 per year. No mortgage insurance. …. Should I Rent or Buy? “So what? Why are you comparing housing to stocks? You have to live somewhere. You don't have […]

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Rent or buy, part 2: Doing the numbers | LGBT Weekly
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Let's tackle the purchase first. You are putting down 20 percent or $100,000, and your mortgage is $400,000. Your buyer's closing costs which include appraisal, credit report, title insurance, post inspections, flood certs and …

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Paragon reports surge in buy-to-let lending | Mortgage …
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Paragon Group, the parent company of of Paragon Mortgages, has reported a 9.3 per cent rise in pre-tax profits as buy-to-let lending doubled in the year to 30 September. The group's annual results, published this morning, …

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Has the Chancellor driven small landlords out of the market …
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The Chancellor's buy-to-let tax changes could drive smaller landlords from the market and “make the housing crisis worse” for renters, say experts. Today, George Osborne revealed stamp duty rates for landlords would be 3 …

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The housing market is broken – people need help to rent, let …
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Plans in the autumn statement to tax buy-to-let landlords will help cut property demand but more new homes are needed – a tough task if left to the big developers. … BtL would perhaps be better dubbed Buy to Invest, it the capital growth on the property that attracts people – the rent is just […]

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Want To Find Out If You Should Rent or Buy in Retirement …
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The decision of whether to rent or buy in retirement requires careful consideration, says Brent Neiser, a certified financial planner and senior director, strategic programs and alliances for the Denver-based National Endowment for … There are obvious advantages to owning a home in retirement — mortgage interest and property tax write-offs; the ability to benefit […]

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350,000 people will need help to rent or buy by 2020 | What …
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According to estate agents Savills, 70,000 new households a year will be unable to afford to rent or buy housing at a market rate unless assisted over the course of the current parliament. This means that 350,000 households …

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Don't Let Student Debt Wreck Your Plans to Buy a Home …
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To illustrate, let's say you earn $4,000 a month and you have $7,000 for a down payment. If you were to apply for a mortgage with good credit and zero debt, you can afford to spend about $189,938 for a house. But if you add a …

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Ready to stop renting and buy a home? – Bankrate.com
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Want flexibility? Then rent. You are more mobile when you rent because you can move out at the end of the lease. Buying a home entails a lot of upfront costs, from the down payment to inspections to loan fees. Renting carries fewer upfront costs. … the mortgage interest expense. Tax laws allow those who […]

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