- Buying a home usually requires more upfront capital, more ongoing expenses and a longer-term commitment. Make sure to run the numbers with a professional to evaluate whether you’d be better off buying vs. renting.
- Make sure to compare your options when it comes to: Choosing a down payment amount and strategy. Choosing a monthly payment scenario. Choosing a price range for your new home.
- Make sure to think through how your cash flow situation will impact: Children’s college funding, Retirement planning, Taking care of elderly parents and Other large financial purchases or commitments.
- The mortgage is most likely going to be your single-largest debt, and your home is most likely going to be your single largest investment. That’s why it’s important to evaluate and compare your options with a mortgage professional.
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