Renting Is Better Than Buying A House 

According to CNBC, insurance, property taxes, and other fees add an additional 2 percent to 5% to the price of a home.

Household upkeep, home insurance, HOA fees, property taxes, landscaping, and occasional big-ticket upgrades, such as a roof, furnace, windows, decks, or appliances.

According to a Florida Atlantic University research, renting outperforms owning in terms of wealth creation – as long as the money saved from renting is invested.

 This could be particularly true in markets like Dallas and Denver, where property prices are skyrocketing. 

Depending on your state, owning a property might cost you thousands of dollars in taxes.

As a tenant, you have the freedom to move whenever you wish. You have the freedom to choose and be flexible.

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