[:en]Buying a Home is 38% Less Expensive than Renting![:es]¡Comprar una casa es 38% más barato que alquilar![:]

[:en]In Trulia’s 2014 Rent vs. Buy Report, they explained that homeownership remains cheaper than renting throughout the 100 largest metro areas in the United States; ranging from an average of 5% in Honolulu, all the way to 66% in Detroit, and 38% Nationwide!

The other interesting findings in the report include:

  • Even though prices increased sharply in many markets over the past year, low mortgage rates have kept homeownership from becoming more expensive than renting.
  • Some markets might tip in favor of renting later this year as prices continue to rise faster than rents and if – as most economists expect – mortgage rates rise, due both to the strengthening economy and Fed tapering.
  • Nationally, rates would have to rise to 10.6% for renting to be cheaper than buying – and rates haven’t been that high since 1989.

Bottom Line

Buying a home makes sense. Rental costs have historically increased at a higher rate of inflation. Lock in a mortgage payment now before home prices and mortgage rates rise as experts expect they will.[:es]Buying a Home is 38% Less Expensive than Renting! | Keeping Current Matters

En el informe del 2014 de Trulia Rent Vs. Buy (Alquilar Vs. Comprar) ellos explican que el ser propietario de casa sigue siendo más barato que alquilar a lo largo de las 100 áreas metropolitanas más grandes en los Estados Unidos; En un promedio desde el 5% en Honolulu, hasta el 66% en Detroit, ¡un 38% a nivel nacional!

Otros resultados interesantes en el informe incluyen:

Aun cuando los precios aumentaron drásticamente en muchos mercados durante el año pasado, las tasas hipotecarias bajas han evitado que el ser propietario de casa de convierta en algo más caro que el alquilar.

Algunos mercados podrían apuntar en favor de alquilar hacia finales del año si los precios continúan en un aumento más rápido que el alquiler y si – como la mayoría de los economistas esperan- las tasas hipotecarias suben, debido al fortalecimiento económico y las reducciones Federales.

A nivel nacional, las tasas tendrían que subir a 10.6% para que alquilar sea más barato que comprar- y las tasas no han estado tan altas desde 1989.

En conclusión

Comprar una casa tiene sentido. Los costos del alquiler han aumentado históricamente a una tasa más alta que la inflación. Bloquee su pago hipotecario ahora antes que los precios de las casas y las tasas hipotecarias aumenten como esperan los expertos.
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[:en]Buying a Home is 38% Less Expensive than Renting![:es]¡Comprar una casa es 38% más barato que alquilar![:]



[:en]In Trulia’s 2014 Rent vs. Buy Report, they explained that homeownership remains cheaper than renting throughout the 100 largest metro areas in the United States; ranging from an average of 5% in Honolulu, all the way to 66% in Detroit, and 38% Nationwide! The other interesting findings in the report include: Even though prices increased ...

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[:en]Buying a Home is 38% Less Expensive than Renting![:es]¡Comprar una casa es 38% más barato que alquilar![:]



[:en]In Trulia’s 2014 Rent vs. Buy Report, they explained that homeownership remains cheaper than renting throughout the 100 largest metro areas in the United States; ranging from an average of 5% in Honolulu, all the way to 66% in Detroit, and 38% Nationwide!

The other interesting findings in the report include:

  • Even though prices increased sharply in many markets over the past year, low mortgage rates have kept homeownership from becoming more expensive than renting.
  • Some markets might tip in favor of renting later this year as prices continue to rise faster than rents and if – as most economists expect – mortgage rates rise, due both to the strengthening economy and Fed tapering.
  • Nationally, rates would have to rise to 10.6% for renting to be cheaper than buying – and rates haven’t been that high since 1989.

Bottom Line

Buying a home makes sense. Rental costs have historically increased at a higher rate of inflation. Lock in a mortgage payment now before home prices and mortgage rates rise as experts expect they will.[:es]Buying a Home is 38% Less Expensive than Renting! | Keeping Current Matters

En el informe del 2014 de Trulia Rent Vs. Buy (Alquilar Vs. Comprar) ellos explican que el ser propietario de casa sigue siendo más barato que alquilar a lo largo de las 100 áreas metropolitanas más grandes en los Estados Unidos; En un promedio desde el 5% en Honolulu, hasta el 66% en Detroit, ¡un 38% a nivel nacional!

Otros resultados interesantes en el informe incluyen:

Aun cuando los precios aumentaron drásticamente en muchos mercados durante el año pasado, las tasas hipotecarias bajas han evitado que el ser propietario de casa de convierta en algo más caro que el alquilar.

Algunos mercados podrían apuntar en favor de alquilar hacia finales del año si los precios continúan en un aumento más rápido que el alquiler y si – como la mayoría de los economistas esperan- las tasas hipotecarias suben, debido al fortalecimiento económico y las reducciones Federales.

A nivel nacional, las tasas tendrían que subir a 10.6% para que alquilar sea más barato que comprar- y las tasas no han estado tan altas desde 1989.

En conclusión

Comprar una casa tiene sentido. Los costos del alquiler han aumentado históricamente a una tasa más alta que la inflación. Bloquee su pago hipotecario ahora antes que los precios de las casas y las tasas hipotecarias aumenten como esperan los expertos.
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[:en]Buying a Home is 38% Less Expensive than Renting![:es]¡Comprar una casa es 38% más barato que alquilar![:]



[:en]In Trulia’s 2014 Rent vs. Buy Report, they explained that homeownership remains cheaper than renting throughout the 100 largest metro areas in the United States; ranging from an average of 5% in Honolulu, all the way to 66% in Detroit, and 38% Nationwide! The other interesting findings in the report include: Even though prices increased ...

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