Buying vs. Renting

To buy or to rent... is that your question?⁣
While everyone's situation is different, there are some pros and cons to renting and buying that apply to most scenarios. If you're struggling to decide, swipe through this post to read on – and if you'd like to talk more and crunch the numbers together, I'm here to help!
"Landlords grow rich in their sleep without working, risking, or economizing." -John Stuart Mill
"The bottom line: Investing in real estate is smart because property is tangible. People always have and always will need shelter." -Kathy Fettke, investor
+ Landlord pays for maintenance
+ Flexibility to move around
+ No closing costs
+ No housing expenses
- You don't build equity
- Limited customization to home
- Rent increases over time
- Landlord might sell
+ You build equity over time
+ Home value may increase
+ Tax benefits
+ Complete freedom to customize
- Closing costs
- Maintenance responsibilities
- Less flexibility to move around
- Home value may decrease

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