[:en]Renters: It is about to Get A Lot Worse[:es]Inquilinos: se va a poner mucho peor[:]

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[:en]We often promote homeownership over renting when a family is ready, willing and able to purchase. There are both financial and non-financial benefits to owning a home of your own. Based on the headlines below, many news outlets agreed with us after they reviewed a recent report from the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies and Enterprise Community Partners.

The study states that the number of households spending 50% or more of their income on rent is expected to rise by over ten percent in the next decade. They concluded:

“Overall, this white paper projects a fairly bleak picture of severe renter burdens across the US for the coming decade.”

What do other experts think of the report? You can tell by the headlines they chose to introduce their stories:

“Renters, get ready to take it on the chin” – CNBC

“The Rent Crisis Is About to Get a Lot Worse” – Bloomberg Business

“Renters Will Continue to Struggle for the Next Decade” – World Street Journal

“Why the renting crisis could be about to get a lot worse” – Fortune Magazine

“Soaring rents are a problem that will only get worse” – Business Insider

“High rents are here to stay” – The Real Deal

Bottom Line

If you are thinking about buying a home and are financially positioned to do so, now may be better than later.

You can download the entire white paper here: Projecting Trends in Severely Cost-Burdened Renters[:es]A menudo promovemos el ser propietario de casa en vez de alquilar cuando la familia está lista, dispuesta y en capacidad de comprar. Hay beneficios tanto financieros como no financieros al ser propietario de una casa. Basado en los titulares a continuación, muchos medios de comunicación estuvieron de acuerdo con nosotros después que examinaron un informe reciente del Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies and Enterprise Community Partners.

El estudio dice que el número de hogares gastando 50 % o más de sus ingresos en el alquiler se espera que aumente más del diez por ciento en la próxima década. Ellos concluyeron:

“En general, este documento proyecta un panorama bastante sombrío de las cargas severas de los inquilinos a través de los Estados Unidos para la próxima década”.

¿Qué opinan sobre el informe otros expertos? Eso se refleja en los titulares que deciden presentar sus historias:

“Renters, get ready to take it on the chin” – CNBC (Inquilinos, prepárese a aceptar las consecuencias)

“The Rent Crisis Is About to get a Lot Worse” – Bloomberg Business (La crisis de alquileres está a punto de empeorar)

“Renters Will Continue to Struggle for the Next Decade” – World Street Journal (los inquilinos seguirán luchando en la próxima década)

“Why the renting crisis could be about to get a lot worse” – Fortune Magazine (porque la crisis de los alquileres podría estar a punto de empeorar)

“Soaring rents are a problem that will only get worse” – Business Insider (el incremento en los alquileres es un problema que solamente se pondrá peor)

“High rents are here to stay” – The Real Deal (los alquileres altos están aquí para quedarse)

En conclusión

Si usted está pensando en comprar una casa y está en una posición financiera para hacerlo, ahora tal vez sea el mejor momento.

Usted puede descargar el documento completo aquí: Projecting Trends in Severely Cost-Burdened Renters[:]

[:en]Renters: It is about to Get A Lot Worse[:es]Inquilinos: se va a poner mucho peor[:]

Renters: It is about to Get A Lot Worse | Simplifying The Market

[:en]We often promote homeownership over renting when a family is ready, willing and able to purchase. There are both financial and non-financial benefits to owning a home of your own. Based on the headlines below, many news outlets agreed with us after they reviewed a recent report from the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies ...

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[:en]Renters: It is about to Get A Lot Worse[:es]Inquilinos: se va a poner mucho peor[:]

Renters: It is about to Get A Lot Worse | Simplifying The Market

[:en]We often promote homeownership over renting when a family is ready, willing and able to purchase. There are both financial and non-financial benefits to owning a home of your own. Based on the headlines below, many news outlets agreed with us after they reviewed a recent report from the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies and Enterprise Community Partners.

The study states that the number of households spending 50% or more of their income on rent is expected to rise by over ten percent in the next decade. They concluded:

“Overall, this white paper projects a fairly bleak picture of severe renter burdens across the US for the coming decade.”

What do other experts think of the report? You can tell by the headlines they chose to introduce their stories:

“Renters, get ready to take it on the chin” - CNBC

“The Rent Crisis Is About to Get a Lot Worse” - Bloomberg Business

“Renters Will Continue to Struggle for the Next Decade” - World Street Journal

“Why the renting crisis could be about to get a lot worse” - Fortune Magazine

“Soaring rents are a problem that will only get worse” - Business Insider

“High rents are here to stay” - The Real Deal

Bottom Line

If you are thinking about buying a home and are financially positioned to do so, now may be better than later.

You can download the entire white paper here: Projecting Trends in Severely Cost-Burdened Renters[:es]A menudo promovemos el ser propietario de casa en vez de alquilar cuando la familia está lista, dispuesta y en capacidad de comprar. Hay beneficios tanto financieros como no financieros al ser propietario de una casa. Basado en los titulares a continuación, muchos medios de comunicación estuvieron de acuerdo con nosotros después que examinaron un informe reciente del Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies and Enterprise Community Partners.

El estudio dice que el número de hogares gastando 50 % o más de sus ingresos en el alquiler se espera que aumente más del diez por ciento en la próxima década. Ellos concluyeron:

“En general, este documento proyecta un panorama bastante sombrío de las cargas severas de los inquilinos a través de los Estados Unidos para la próxima década”.

¿Qué opinan sobre el informe otros expertos? Eso se refleja en los titulares que deciden presentar sus historias:

“Renters, get ready to take it on the chin” - CNBC (Inquilinos, prepárese a aceptar las consecuencias)

“The Rent Crisis Is About to get a Lot Worse” - Bloomberg Business (La crisis de alquileres está a punto de empeorar)

“Renters Will Continue to Struggle for the Next Decade” - World Street Journal (los inquilinos seguirán luchando en la próxima década)

“Why the renting crisis could be about to get a lot worse” - Fortune Magazine (porque la crisis de los alquileres podría estar a punto de empeorar)

“Soaring rents are a problem that will only get worse” - Business Insider (el incremento en los alquileres es un problema que solamente se pondrá peor)

“High rents are here to stay” - The Real Deal (los alquileres altos están aquí para quedarse)

En conclusión

Si usted está pensando en comprar una casa y está en una posición financiera para hacerlo, ahora tal vez sea el mejor momento.

Usted puede descargar el documento completo aquí: Projecting Trends in Severely Cost-Burdened Renters[:]

[:en]Renters: It is about to Get A Lot Worse[:es]Inquilinos: se va a poner mucho peor[:]

Renters: It is about to Get A Lot Worse | Simplifying The Market

[:en]We often promote homeownership over renting when a family is ready, willing and able to purchase. There are both financial and non-financial benefits to owning a home of your own. Based on the headlines below, many news outlets agreed with us after they reviewed a recent report from the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies ...

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