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

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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.

Every three years the Federal Reserve conducts a Survey of Consumer Finances in which they collect data across all economic and social groups.

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

There are many reasons why owning a home makes sense, the Fed study shows that owning is still a great way for families to build wealth in America.[:es]Net Worth: A Homeowner's is 36x Greater than a Renters! | Keeping Current Matters

En los últimos seis años, ser propietario de una casa ha perdido algo de su encanto como una inversión financiera. Al sufrir los propietarios 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.

Cada tres años la Reserva Federal conduce una encuesta sobre las finanzas del consumidor en la que ellos recogen datos a través de todos los grupos económicos y sociales.

Algunas de las conclusiones que reveló su informe:

  • La familia estadounidense promedio tiene un patrimonio neto de $81,200
  • De ese patrimonio neto, 61.4% ($49,856) es el valor liquido de la casa
  • El patrimonio neto de un propietario es más de 36 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

Hay muchas razones por las que ser propietario de una casa tiene sentido, El estudio de la Fed. Encontró que el ser propietario sigue siendo una gran manera para que las familias construyan riqueza en Norte América.[:]

[:en]Net Worth: A Homeowner’s is 36x Greater Than A Renter![:es]¡El patrimonio neto de un propietario es 36 veces mayor que el 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. Every three years the Federal Reserve conducts a Survey of Consumer Finances in which ...

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



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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.

Every three years the Federal Reserve conducts a Survey of Consumer Finances in which they collect data across all economic and social groups.

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

There are many reasons why owning a home makes sense, the Fed study shows that owning is still a great way for families to build wealth in America.[:es]Net Worth: A Homeowner's is 36x Greater than a Renters! | Keeping Current Matters

En los últimos seis años, ser propietario de una casa ha perdido algo de su encanto como una inversión financiera. Al sufrir los propietarios 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.

Cada tres años la Reserva Federal conduce una encuesta sobre las finanzas del consumidor en la que ellos recogen datos a través de todos los grupos económicos y sociales.

Algunas de las conclusiones que reveló su informe:

  • La familia estadounidense promedio tiene un patrimonio neto de $81,200
  • De ese patrimonio neto, 61.4% ($49,856) es el valor liquido de la casa
  • El patrimonio neto de un propietario es más de 36 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

Hay muchas razones por las que ser propietario de una casa tiene sentido, El estudio de la Fed. Encontró que el ser propietario sigue siendo una gran manera para que las familias construyan riqueza en Norte América.[:]

[:en]Net Worth: A Homeowner’s is 36x Greater Than A Renter![:es]¡El patrimonio neto de un propietario es 36 veces mayor que el 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. Every three years the Federal Reserve conducts a Survey of Consumer Finances in which ...

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