[:en]Buying A Home Is Better Way to Produce Wealth Than Renting[:es]Comprar una casa es una mejor forma de crear riqueza que alquilar[:]

Buying A Home Is Better Way to Produce Wealth Than Renting | Simplifying The Market
[:en]According to the latest Beracha, Hardin & Johnson Buy vs. Rent (BH&J) Index homeownership is a better way to produce greater wealth, on average, than renting.

The BH&J Index is a quarterly report that attempts to answer the question:

Is it better to rent or buy a home in today’s housing market?

The index examines that entire US housing market and then isolates 23 major markets for comparison. The researchers at use a “’horse race’ comparison between an individual that is buying a home and an individual that rents a similar quality home and reinvests all monies otherwise invested in homeownership.”

Ken Johnson, Real Estate Economist & Professor at Florida Atlantic University, and one of the index’s authors states: “The U.S. as a whole is still in clear buy territory. The cities of Cincinnati, Chicago, Cleveland, and New York City are deep into buy territory.”

Miami and Portland had been inching closer toward renting being the better option but have “pulled back from the edge.” Johnson goes on to say, “that’s a good sign for home pricing as it suggests prices are going to level off in these metro areas.”

Bottom Line

Buying a home makes sense socially and financially. Rents are predicted to increase substantially in the next year, so lock in your housing cost with a mortgage payment now.[:es]Según el último índice ‘Buy vs. Rent’ (comprar vs alquilar) de Beracha, Hardin & Johnson, ser propietario de casa es una mejor forma de crear una riqueza mayor, en promedio, que alquilar.

El índice de BH&J es in informe trimestral que trata de responder la pregunta:

¿Es mejor alquilar o comprar una casa en el mercado de la vivienda actual?

El índice examina todo el mercado de la vivienda en USA y entonces aísla los 13 mercados principales para compararlos. Los investigadores utilizan “una comparación de “carrera de caballos” entre una persona que está comprando una casa y una persona que alquila una casa en calidad similar y reinvierte todo su dinero que de lo contrario lo invertiría en la vivienda”.

Ken Johnson, Economista de bienes raíces, Profesor en la Universidad Florida Atlantic y uno de los autores del índice dice: “Los Estados Unidos en conjunto aún permanece claramente en un territorio de compra. Las ciudades de Cincinnati, Chicago, Cleveland, y New York City están en un territorio de compra profundo”.

Miami y Portland se han acercado poco a poco hacia el alquiler siendo la mejor opción pero se han “alejado del borde”. Johnson sigue diciendo, “esa es una buena señal para los precios de las casas pues sugiere que los precios se van a nivelar en esas áreas metropolitanas”.

En conclusión

Comprar una casa tiene sentido social y financiero. Se predice que los alquileres  aumentaran sustancialmente durante el próximo año, así que asegure sus gastos de la vivienda con un pago hipotecario ahora.[:]

[:en]Buying A Home Is Better Way to Produce Wealth Than Renting[:es]Comprar una casa es una mejor forma de crear riqueza que alquilar[:]

Buying A Home Is Better Way to Produce Wealth Than Renting | Simplifying The Market

[:en]According to the latest Beracha, Hardin & Johnson Buy vs. Rent (BH&J) Index homeownership is a better way to produce greater wealth, on average, than renting. The BH&J Index is a quarterly report that attempts to answer the question: Is it better to rent or buy a home in today’s housing market? The index examines ...

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[:en]Buying A Home Is Better Way to Produce Wealth Than Renting[:es]Comprar una casa es una mejor forma de crear riqueza que alquilar[:]

Buying A Home Is Better Way to Produce Wealth Than Renting | Simplifying The Market

[:en]According to the latest Beracha, Hardin & Johnson Buy vs. Rent (BH&J) Index homeownership is a better way to produce greater wealth, on average, than renting.

The BH&J Index is a quarterly report that attempts to answer the question:

Is it better to rent or buy a home in today’s housing market?

The index examines that entire US housing market and then isolates 23 major markets for comparison. The researchers at use a “’horse race’ comparison between an individual that is buying a home and an individual that rents a similar quality home and reinvests all monies otherwise invested in homeownership.”

Ken Johnson, Real Estate Economist & Professor at Florida Atlantic University, and one of the index’s authors states: "The U.S. as a whole is still in clear buy territory. The cities of Cincinnati, Chicago, Cleveland, and New York City are deep into buy territory."

Miami and Portland had been inching closer toward renting being the better option but have "pulled back from the edge." Johnson goes on to say, “that's a good sign for home pricing as it suggests prices are going to level off in these metro areas."

Bottom Line

Buying a home makes sense socially and financially. Rents are predicted to increase substantially in the next year, so lock in your housing cost with a mortgage payment now.[:es]Según el último índice ‘Buy vs. Rent’ (comprar vs alquilar) de Beracha, Hardin & Johnson, ser propietario de casa es una mejor forma de crear una riqueza mayor, en promedio, que alquilar.

El índice de BH&J es in informe trimestral que trata de responder la pregunta:

¿Es mejor alquilar o comprar una casa en el mercado de la vivienda actual?

El índice examina todo el mercado de la vivienda en USA y entonces aísla los 13 mercados principales para compararlos. Los investigadores utilizan “una comparación de “carrera de caballos” entre una persona que está comprando una casa y una persona que alquila una casa en calidad similar y reinvierte todo su dinero que de lo contrario lo invertiría en la vivienda”.

Ken Johnson, Economista de bienes raíces, Profesor en la Universidad Florida Atlantic y uno de los autores del índice dice: “Los Estados Unidos en conjunto aún permanece claramente en un territorio de compra. Las ciudades de Cincinnati, Chicago, Cleveland, y New York City están en un territorio de compra profundo”.

Miami y Portland se han acercado poco a poco hacia el alquiler siendo la mejor opción pero se han “alejado del borde”. Johnson sigue diciendo, “esa es una buena señal para los precios de las casas pues sugiere que los precios se van a nivelar en esas áreas metropolitanas”.

En conclusión

Comprar una casa tiene sentido social y financiero. Se predice que los alquileres  aumentaran sustancialmente durante el próximo año, así que asegure sus gastos de la vivienda con un pago hipotecario ahora.[:]

[:en]Buying A Home Is Better Way to Produce Wealth Than Renting[:es]Comprar una casa es una mejor forma de crear riqueza que alquilar[:]

Buying A Home Is Better Way to Produce Wealth Than Renting | Simplifying The Market

[:en]According to the latest Beracha, Hardin & Johnson Buy vs. Rent (BH&J) Index homeownership is a better way to produce greater wealth, on average, than renting. The BH&J Index is a quarterly report that attempts to answer the question: Is it better to rent or buy a home in today’s housing market? The index examines ...

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