[:en]Building Wealth: First Rung on the Ladder is Housing [:es]Creando riqueza: el primer peldaño de esta escalera es la vivienda[:]

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[:en]How Housing Matters is a joint project of the Urban Land Institute and the MacArthur Foundation. It is “an online resource for the most rigorous research and practical information on how a quality, stable, affordable home in a vibrant community contributes to individual and community success”.

A recent story they published, The First Rung on the Ladder to Economic Opportunity Is Housing, discussed the importance of having affordable housing available to as many families as possible because:

“The ladder to economic success can stretch only so high without the asset-building power of homeownership.

Home equity provides Americans with the ability to send their children to college with less student loan debt and is the primary source of funds for retirement. Half of the assets of Americans over age 55 are in their home.”

Bottom Line

I have often posted that the net worth of a family owning a home is 45 times greater than that of a family that rents. That is not a coincidence.[:es]“How Housing Matters” es un proyecto conjunto de the Urban Land Institute y the MacArthur Foundation. Es “un recurso en línea para la investigación más rigurosa y la información práctica sobre cómo una casa de calidad, estable y asequible en una comunidad vibrante contribuye al éxito individual y comunitario”.

Un artículo reciente que ellos publicaron, The First Rung on the Ladder to Economic Opportunity Is Housing (El primer peldaño en la escalera a la oportunidad económica es la vivienda), discute la importancia de tener vivienda asequible disponible a tantas familias como sea posible porque:

 “la escalera al éxito económico limita el máximo que puede extenderse sin el poder de la creación de activos de la propiedad de la vivienda.

La plusvalía de la vivienda ofrece a los estadounidenses la habilidad de enviar a sus hijos a la universidad con menos deuda de préstamos estudiantiles y es la fuente principal de fondos para la jubilación. La mitad de los bienes de los estadounidenses mayores de 55 años de edad están en su casa”.

En conclusión,

A menudo hemos publicado que el patrimonio neto de una familia propietaria de su casa es 45 veces mayor que la de una familia que alquila. Esa no es una coincidencia.[:]

[:en]Building Wealth: First Rung on the Ladder is Housing [:es]Creando riqueza: el primer peldaño de esta escalera es la vivienda[:]

Building Wealth: First Rung on the Ladder is Housing | Simplifying The Market

[:en]How Housing Matters is a joint project of the Urban Land Institute and the MacArthur Foundation. It is “an online resource for the most rigorous research and practical information on how a quality, stable, affordable home in a vibrant community contributes to individual and community success”. A recent story they published, The First Rung on ...

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[:en]Building Wealth: First Rung on the Ladder is Housing [:es]Creando riqueza: el primer peldaño de esta escalera es la vivienda[:]

Building Wealth: First Rung on the Ladder is Housing | Simplifying The Market

[:en]How Housing Matters is a joint project of the Urban Land Institute and the MacArthur Foundation. It is “an online resource for the most rigorous research and practical information on how a quality, stable, affordable home in a vibrant community contributes to individual and community success”.

A recent story they published, The First Rung on the Ladder to Economic Opportunity Is Housing, discussed the importance of having affordable housing available to as many families as possible because:

“The ladder to economic success can stretch only so high without the asset-building power of homeownership.

Home equity provides Americans with the ability to send their children to college with less student loan debt and is the primary source of funds for retirement. Half of the assets of Americans over age 55 are in their home.”

Bottom Line

I have often posted that the net worth of a family owning a home is 45 times greater than that of a family that rents. That is not a coincidence.[:es]“How Housing Matters” es un proyecto conjunto de the Urban Land Institute y the MacArthur Foundation. Es “un recurso en línea para la investigación más rigurosa y la información práctica sobre cómo una casa de calidad, estable y asequible en una comunidad vibrante contribuye al éxito individual y comunitario”.

Un artículo reciente que ellos publicaron, The First Rung on the Ladder to Economic Opportunity Is Housing (El primer peldaño en la escalera a la oportunidad económica es la vivienda), discute la importancia de tener vivienda asequible disponible a tantas familias como sea posible porque:

 “la escalera al éxito económico limita el máximo que puede extenderse sin el poder de la creación de activos de la propiedad de la vivienda.

La plusvalía de la vivienda ofrece a los estadounidenses la habilidad de enviar a sus hijos a la universidad con menos deuda de préstamos estudiantiles y es la fuente principal de fondos para la jubilación. La mitad de los bienes de los estadounidenses mayores de 55 años de edad están en su casa”.

En conclusión,

A menudo hemos publicado que el patrimonio neto de una familia propietaria de su casa es 45 veces mayor que la de una familia que alquila. Esa no es una coincidencia.[:]

[:en]Building Wealth: First Rung on the Ladder is Housing [:es]Creando riqueza: el primer peldaño de esta escalera es la vivienda[:]

Building Wealth: First Rung on the Ladder is Housing | Simplifying The Market

[:en]How Housing Matters is a joint project of the Urban Land Institute and the MacArthur Foundation. It is “an online resource for the most rigorous research and practical information on how a quality, stable, affordable home in a vibrant community contributes to individual and community success”. A recent story they published, The First Rung on ...

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