December 2017

Found 2 blog entries for December 2017.

HAVE YOU EVER WALKED INTO AN OPEN HOUSE, OR CALLED A REAL ESTATE AGENT ABOUT A LISTING, AND WITHIN MINUTES, THEY’RE ASKING YOU IF YOU ARE “PRE-APPROVED” FOR A MORTGAGE? IF YOU HAVEN’T, THEN YOU HAVE NEVER WALKED INTO AN OPEN HOUSE OR CALLED AN AGENT. OR AT LEAST ENOUGH OF THEM…JUST WAIT. IT’LL HAPPEN. AND YOU’RE GOING TO FEEL LIKE IT’S PRETTY PUSHY FOR THEM TO ASK THAT.

IT MAKES YOU FEEL LIKE TELLING REAL ESTATE AGENTS THIS KNOCK-KNOCK JOKE…

YOU: KNOCK-KNOCK.
REAL ESTATE AGENT: WHO’S THERE?
YOU: NUNYA.
REAL ESTATE AGENT: NUNYA WHO!?
YOU: NUNYA BUSINESS IF I’M PRE-APPROVED OR NOT! JUST SHOW ME THE HOUSE, AND I’LL GET PRE-APPROVED IF I EVEN LIKE THE HOUSE. 
I CAN DEFINITELY GET APPROVED FOR A MORTGAGE. PROBABLY WAY MORE THAN THIS STUPID HOUSE

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Why would someone write an article on buying versus renting a home? What’s in it for the author of the article? Why would you read one? What is it you want to hear? Do you just want confirmation and justification for what you already believe and want to do? Or, are you looking to be convinced otherwise? These are all good questions to ask yourself if you find yourself reading an article on whether it makes more sense to buy a home, or rent a house.

There are “reasons” to buy, and “reasons” to rent.

People want to make choices based upon reason. So, if you start reading about whether to buy versus rent a home, you’ll certainly be given “reasons”, like:

  •          When renting you’re just paying someone else’s mortgage.

  •          You’re

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