[:en]This Time “Mr. Wonderful” is just WRONG!![:es]¡Esta vez “Mr. Wonderful” simplemente se EQUIVOCO![:]

This Time “Mr. Wonderful” is just WRONG!! | Simplifying The Market
[:en]Recently, on CNBC’s Closing Bell, Shark Tank investor Kevin O’Leary, also known as “Mr. Wonderful,” said Millennials “don’t give a poo-poo about owning a house.” This thinking couldn’t be further from the truth. Let’s give a few examples to make this point.

1.) In the recent National Housing Market Survey conducted by Fannie Mae, it was revealed that:

“…data indicates that millennial renters today have as much desire to own a home as the general population of renters. According to NHS data, the substantial majority of renters age 25-34 say that owning makes more sense than renting from a financial perspective. A majority also agree that owning makes more sense than renting from a lifestyle perspective. The vast majority of millennial renters tell us they plan to own a home at some point in the future.”

2.) A recent Merrill Lynch report found that 81% of Millennials agree that “homeownership is an important part of their personal American Dream”

3.) The most recent H.O.M.E. Survey explained that 85% of Americans ages 34 and under believe that “homeownership is a good financial decision”.

Bottom Line

Kevin O’Leary might be a great white shark when it comes to investing in companies. However, he is just a guppy when dealing with the residential real estate market.[:es]Recientemente, en ‘Closing Bell’ de CNBC, el inversionista de ‘Shark Tank’ Kevin O’Leary, también conocido como “Mr. Wonderful”, dijo que los ‘millennials’: “No les importa el ser propietario de una casa”. Este pensamiento no podría estar más lejos de la realidad. Vamos a dar unos ejemplos para aclarar este punto:

1. en la encuesta reciente “National Housing Market Survey” llevada a cabo por Fannie Mae, se reveló que:

“… los datos indican que los inquilinos ‘millennials’ tienen tanto deseo de poseer una casa como la población general de inquilinos. Según los datos de NHS, la gran mayoría de los inquilinos entre las edades de 25 a 34 dicen que ser propietario tiene más sentido que alquilar desde la perspectiva financiera. La mayoría también está de acuerdo que ser propietario tiene más sentido que alquilar desde la perspectiva de un estilo de vida. La gran mayoría de los inquilinos ‘millennials’ nos dicen que ellos planean ser propietarios de una casa en algún momento en el futuro”.

2. Un informe reciente de Merrill Lynch encontró que 81 % de los ‘millennials’ están de acuerdo que “Ser propietario de casa es una parte importante de su sueño americano personal”

3. la encuesta “H.O.M.E.” más reciente explicó que 85 % de los estadounidenses en las edades de 34 y menos creen que “Ser propietario de casa es una buena decisión financiera”. 

En conclusión

Kevin O’Leary puede ser un gran tiburón blanco cuando se trata de invertir en compañías. Sin embargo, él es solo un ‘pez guppy’ al lidiar con el mercado de bienes raíces residencial.[:]

[:en]This Time “Mr. Wonderful” is just WRONG!![:es]¡Esta vez “Mr. Wonderful” simplemente se EQUIVOCO![:]

This Time “Mr. Wonderful” is just WRONG!! | Simplifying The Market

[:en]Recently, on CNBC’s Closing Bell, Shark Tank investor Kevin O’Leary, also known as “Mr. Wonderful,” said Millennials “don’t give a poo-poo about owning a house.” This thinking couldn’t be further from the truth. Let’s give a few examples to make this point. 1.) In the recent National Housing Market Survey conducted by Fannie Mae, it ...

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[:en]This Time “Mr. Wonderful” is just WRONG!![:es]¡Esta vez “Mr. Wonderful” simplemente se EQUIVOCO![:]

This Time “Mr. Wonderful” is just WRONG!! | Simplifying The Market

[:en]Recently, on CNBC’s Closing Bell, Shark Tank investor Kevin O’Leary, also known as “Mr. Wonderful,” said Millennials “don’t give a poo-poo about owning a house.” This thinking couldn’t be further from the truth. Let’s give a few examples to make this point.

1.) In the recent National Housing Market Survey conducted by Fannie Mae, it was revealed that:

“…data indicates that millennial renters today have as much desire to own a home as the general population of renters. According to NHS data, the substantial majority of renters age 25-34 say that owning makes more sense than renting from a financial perspective. A majority also agree that owning makes more sense than renting from a lifestyle perspective. The vast majority of millennial renters tell us they plan to own a home at some point in the future.”

2.) A recent Merrill Lynch report found that 81% of Millennials agree that “homeownership is an important part of their personal American Dream”

3.) The most recent H.O.M.E. Survey explained that 85% of Americans ages 34 and under believe that “homeownership is a good financial decision”.

Bottom Line

Kevin O’Leary might be a great white shark when it comes to investing in companies. However, he is just a guppy when dealing with the residential real estate market.[:es]Recientemente, en ‘Closing Bell’ de CNBC, el inversionista de ‘Shark Tank’ Kevin O’Leary, también conocido como “Mr. Wonderful”, dijo que los ‘millennials’: “No les importa el ser propietario de una casa”. Este pensamiento no podría estar más lejos de la realidad. Vamos a dar unos ejemplos para aclarar este punto:

1. en la encuesta reciente “National Housing Market Survey” llevada a cabo por Fannie Mae, se reveló que:

“… los datos indican que los inquilinos ‘millennials’ tienen tanto deseo de poseer una casa como la población general de inquilinos. Según los datos de NHS, la gran mayoría de los inquilinos entre las edades de 25 a 34 dicen que ser propietario tiene más sentido que alquilar desde la perspectiva financiera. La mayoría también está de acuerdo que ser propietario tiene más sentido que alquilar desde la perspectiva de un estilo de vida. La gran mayoría de los inquilinos ‘millennials’ nos dicen que ellos planean ser propietarios de una casa en algún momento en el futuro”.

2. Un informe reciente de Merrill Lynch encontró que 81 % de los ‘millennials’ están de acuerdo que “Ser propietario de casa es una parte importante de su sueño americano personal”

3. la encuesta “H.O.M.E.” más reciente explicó que 85 % de los estadounidenses en las edades de 34 y menos creen que “Ser propietario de casa es una buena decisión financiera”. 

En conclusión

Kevin O’Leary puede ser un gran tiburón blanco cuando se trata de invertir en compañías. Sin embargo, él es solo un ‘pez guppy’ al lidiar con el mercado de bienes raíces residencial.[:]

[:en]This Time “Mr. Wonderful” is just WRONG!![:es]¡Esta vez “Mr. Wonderful” simplemente se EQUIVOCO![:]

This Time “Mr. Wonderful” is just WRONG!! | Simplifying The Market

[:en]Recently, on CNBC’s Closing Bell, Shark Tank investor Kevin O’Leary, also known as “Mr. Wonderful,” said Millennials “don’t give a poo-poo about owning a house.” This thinking couldn’t be further from the truth. Let’s give a few examples to make this point. 1.) In the recent National Housing Market Survey conducted by Fannie Mae, it ...

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