[:en]This Advice on Homeownership Hasn’t Changed in 200 Years[:es]Este consejo sobre ser propietario de casa no ha cambiado en 200 años[:]

[:en]Last month, we reported that billionaire John Paulson believes in the financial advantages of homeownership. He has often repeated:

“I think, from an individual perspective, the best deal investment you can make is to buy a primary residence that you’re the owner-occupier of.”

However, he has not been the only billionaire to give such advice. As a matter of fact, that same advice has been given by people of wealth throughout the history of our nation.

Here is a quote often attributed to Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the United States and billionaire real estate developer:

“Every person who invests in well-selected real estate … adopts the surest and safest method of becoming independent, for real estate is the basis of wealth.”

Andrew Carnegie, one of the richest entrepreneurs in American history said:

“90% of all millionaires became so through owning real estate.”

 

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If the same advice has been given by the wealthiest people in each era of our country’s history, perhaps we should take it.[:es]This Advice on Homeownership Hasn’t Changed in 200 Years | Keeping Current Matters

El mes pasado, nosotros informamos que el multimillonario John Paulson cree en las ventajas financieras de ser propietario de casa. A menudo él ha repetido:

“Yo pienso, que desde una perspectiva individual, la mejor inversión que usted puede hacer es comprar su residencia principal que usted sea el propietario que la ocupa”.

Sin embargo, él no ha sido el único multibillonario en dar tal consejo. De hecho, el mismo consejo lo ha dado la gente con riqueza a lo largo de la historia de nuestra nación.

Aquí hay una cita atribuida a Theodoro Roosevelt, el 26° presidente de los Estados Unidos y promotor multimillonario de bienes raíces:

“Cada persona que invierta en bienes raíces bien seleccionados… adopta el método más seguro y el método más seguro de convertirse en independiente, bienes raíces es la base de la riqueza”.

Andrew Carnegie, uno de los empresarios más ricos en la historia americana dijo:

“90 % de todos los millonarios se convirtió a través de poseer bienes raíces”.

En conclusión

Si el mismo consejo se ha dado por las personas más ricas en cada época de la historia de nuestro país, tal vez nosotros debamos aceptarlo

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[:en]This Advice on Homeownership Hasn’t Changed in 200 Years[:es]Este consejo sobre ser propietario de casa no ha cambiado en 200 años[:]



[:en]Last month, we reported that billionaire John Paulson believes in the financial advantages of homeownership. He has often repeated: “I think, from an individual perspective, the best deal investment you can make is to buy a primary residence that you’re the owner-occupier of.” However, he has not been the only billionaire to give such advice. ...

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[:en]This Advice on Homeownership Hasn’t Changed in 200 Years[:es]Este consejo sobre ser propietario de casa no ha cambiado en 200 años[:]



[:en]Last month, we reported that billionaire John Paulson believes in the financial advantages of homeownership. He has often repeated:

"I think, from an individual perspective, the best deal investment you can make is to buy a primary residence that you're the owner-occupier of.”

However, he has not been the only billionaire to give such advice. As a matter of fact, that same advice has been given by people of wealth throughout the history of our nation.

Here is a quote often attributed to Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the United States and billionaire real estate developer:

“Every person who invests in well-selected real estate … adopts the surest and safest method of becoming independent, for real estate is the basis of wealth.”

Andrew Carnegie, one of the richest entrepreneurs in American history said:

“90% of all millionaires became so through owning real estate.”

 

Bottom Line

If the same advice has been given by the wealthiest people in each era of our country’s history, perhaps we should take it.[:es]This Advice on Homeownership Hasn’t Changed in 200 Years | Keeping Current Matters

El mes pasado, nosotros informamos que el multimillonario John Paulson cree en las ventajas financieras de ser propietario de casa. A menudo él ha repetido:

“Yo pienso, que desde una perspectiva individual, la mejor inversión que usted puede hacer es comprar su residencia principal que usted sea el propietario que la ocupa”.

Sin embargo, él no ha sido el único multibillonario en dar tal consejo. De hecho, el mismo consejo lo ha dado la gente con riqueza a lo largo de la historia de nuestra nación.

Aquí hay una cita atribuida a Theodoro Roosevelt, el 26° presidente de los Estados Unidos y promotor multimillonario de bienes raíces:

“Cada persona que invierta en bienes raíces bien seleccionados… adopta el método más seguro y el método más seguro de convertirse en independiente, bienes raíces es la base de la riqueza”.

Andrew Carnegie, uno de los empresarios más ricos en la historia americana dijo:

“90 % de todos los millonarios se convirtió a través de poseer bienes raíces”.

En conclusión

Si el mismo consejo se ha dado por las personas más ricas en cada época de la historia de nuestro país, tal vez nosotros debamos aceptarlo

[:]

[:en]This Advice on Homeownership Hasn’t Changed in 200 Years[:es]Este consejo sobre ser propietario de casa no ha cambiado en 200 años[:]



[:en]Last month, we reported that billionaire John Paulson believes in the financial advantages of homeownership. He has often repeated: “I think, from an individual perspective, the best deal investment you can make is to buy a primary residence that you’re the owner-occupier of.” However, he has not been the only billionaire to give such advice. ...

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