Home-Buying Myths vs Facts
In a post-2009 world, many people are understandably wary of home-ownership and think that the expectation to gain real estate in one’s 20s or 30s is a thing of the past. While it’s true that buying your first home is something to be taken seriously, there are many things that the younger generation takes for granted. Owning a home takes effort, time, and budgeting, but it’s not impossible. We’re exploring what first-time home-buyers should know, including the top myths versus facts of home-ownership.
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