[:en]A Homeowner’s Net Worth is 36x Greater Than A Renter![:es]El patrimonio neto de un propietario es más de treinta veces mayor que la de un arrendatario![:]

[:en]Over the last six years, homeownership has lost some of its allure as a financial investment. As homeowners suffered through the housing bust, more and more began to question whether owning a home was truly a good way to build wealth.

The Federal Reserve conducts a Survey of Consumer Finances, every three years, and just released their latest edition this past week.

Some of the findings revealed in their report:

  • The average American family has a net worth of $81,200
  • Of that net worth, 61.4% ($49,856) of it is in home equity
  • A homeowner’s net worth is over 36 times greater than that of a renter
  • The average homeowner has a net worth of $194,500 while the average net worth of a renter is $5,400

Bottom Line

The Fed study found that homeownership is still a great way for a family to build wealth in America.[:es]Homeowner's Net Worth is 36x Greater Than a Renter | Keeping Current Matters

En los últimos seis años, ser propietario de vivienda ha perdido algo de su encanto como una inversión financiera. Al sufrir los propietarios de vivienda a través de la crisis de la vivienda, más y más han empezado a cuestionar si ser propietario de una casa es realmente una buena manera de construir patrimonio.

La Reserva Federal conduce una encuesta, a Survey of Consumer Finances, cada tres años y acaba de lanzar su última edición la semana pasada.

Algunas de las conclusiones que revelaron en su informe:

  • La familia estadounidense promedio tiene un patrimonio neto de $81,200
  • De ese patrimonio neto, 62.4% ($49,856) es el valor liquido de la casa
  • El patrimonio neto de un propietario es más de treinta veces mayor que la de un arrendatario
  • El propietario promedio tiene un patrimonio neto de $194,500 mientras que el patrimonio neto de un arrendatario promedio es de $5,400

En conclusión

El estudio de la Fed encontró que el ser propietario sigue siendo una gran manera para que una familia construya riqueza en Norte América.

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[:en]A Homeowner’s Net Worth is 36x Greater Than A Renter![:es]El patrimonio neto de un propietario es más de treinta veces mayor que la de un arrendatario![:]



[:en]Over the last six years, homeownership has lost some of its allure as a financial investment. As homeowners suffered through the housing bust, more and more began to question whether owning a home was truly a good way to build wealth. The Federal Reserve conducts a Survey of Consumer Finances, every three years, and just ...

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[:en]A Homeowner’s Net Worth is 36x Greater Than A Renter![:es]El patrimonio neto de un propietario es más de treinta veces mayor que la de un arrendatario![:]



[:en]Over the last six years, homeownership has lost some of its allure as a financial investment. As homeowners suffered through the housing bust, more and more began to question whether owning a home was truly a good way to build wealth.

The Federal Reserve conducts a Survey of Consumer Finances, every three years, and just released their latest edition this past week.

Some of the findings revealed in their report:

  • The average American family has a net worth of $81,200
  • Of that net worth, 61.4% ($49,856) of it is in home equity
  • A homeowner’s net worth is over 36 times greater than that of a renter
  • The average homeowner has a net worth of $194,500 while the average net worth of a renter is $5,400

Bottom Line

The Fed study found that homeownership is still a great way for a family to build wealth in America.[:es]Homeowner's Net Worth is 36x Greater Than a Renter | Keeping Current Matters

En los últimos seis años, ser propietario de vivienda ha perdido algo de su encanto como una inversión financiera. Al sufrir los propietarios de vivienda a través de la crisis de la vivienda, más y más han empezado a cuestionar si ser propietario de una casa es realmente una buena manera de construir patrimonio.

La Reserva Federal conduce una encuesta, a Survey of Consumer Finances, cada tres años y acaba de lanzar su última edición la semana pasada.

Algunas de las conclusiones que revelaron en su informe:

  • La familia estadounidense promedio tiene un patrimonio neto de $81,200
  • De ese patrimonio neto, 62.4% ($49,856) es el valor liquido de la casa
  • El patrimonio neto de un propietario es más de treinta veces mayor que la de un arrendatario
  • El propietario promedio tiene un patrimonio neto de $194,500 mientras que el patrimonio neto de un arrendatario promedio es de $5,400

En conclusión

El estudio de la Fed encontró que el ser propietario sigue siendo una gran manera para que una familia construya riqueza en Norte América.

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[:en]A Homeowner’s Net Worth is 36x Greater Than A Renter![:es]El patrimonio neto de un propietario es más de treinta veces mayor que la de un arrendatario![:]



[:en]Over the last six years, homeownership has lost some of its allure as a financial investment. As homeowners suffered through the housing bust, more and more began to question whether owning a home was truly a good way to build wealth. The Federal Reserve conducts a Survey of Consumer Finances, every three years, and just ...

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