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1 year ago
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suzette thompson
Asked by: suzette thompson

How do I save for a new home?

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2 years ago
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suzette thompson
Asked by: Gabriel Weiland

What type of capital gains taxes can I expect after the sale of my main residence?

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2 years ago
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suzette thompson
Asked by: Briana Thompson

What is a good age to take on your first mortgage if you are not in a long term relationship?

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2 years ago
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suzette thompson
Asked by: Griffin Jennings

Is it possible to move into affordable housing after college without gentrifying?

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  • Briana Thompson
2 years ago
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suzette thompson
Asked by: NFarfan

At what age should I start thinking about buying an apartment rather than renting?

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2 years ago
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suzette thompson
Asked by: Michael Drougas

I recognize the benefit of renting a space to live in, especially right after college when you don't have much money. When should you start to consider buying a place, though? Beyond intuitive reasons such as not being settled down permanently in a location, what are reasons for renting over buying if you can afford to buy a place?

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2 years ago
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suzette thompson
Asked by: Charles Williams

Which would be the best option for building credit after recently graduating college? Renting an apartment/house or actually taking out a mortgage to buy a house.

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2 years ago
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suzette thompson
Asked by: Hassan Khaled

I am set to graduate undergrad soon and i wanted to know what is a reasonable percent of my monthly income that i should not exceed when thinking about housing choices?

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2 years ago
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Asked by: Team CentSai

Okay, so my parents want to buy a second house, rent it to me, and then help me buy it from them in two years when I'm eligible. So, I have a few questions 1. Can they actually do that? 2. How does that work like, tax wise? 3. Can I get in trouble for that? 4. Can they get in trouble for doing that? I'm also in a bit of a guilt dilemma, I really love and appreciate that they want to help me and make up for the rough young adulthood I've had, but I feel wrong for letting someone just do that for me. Thoughts and opinions would be SUPER help. Answers too. hah.

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2 years ago
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suzette thompson
Asked by: Yu Zheng

How many people can avoid mortgage all together by paying the entire cost of a house in one go?

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2 years ago
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suzette thompson
Asked by: Robert Tomcik

About what percent of housing cost is required as a downpayment for mortgages? I know it can depend on living situation a lot, but around what age should one start to shift from renting to buying with a mortgage?

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  • Kate Horrell
2 years ago
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suzette thompson
Asked by: Anne Stillwagon

If you think you'll be living in the same city for more than 5 or 6 years, is it always better to buy a house? What are the pros and cons of buying vs renting? Is it usually cheaper to buy, and how?

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  • Kate Horrell
  • Hannah Rounds
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