Many young people consider owning a home more reasonable than renting out an apartment.
This in many cases, is aimed towards financial gain and change in lifestyle. We believe that there
are more reasons towards becoming a homeowner, even as a young person. Here are some
1. Be part of a community
A community in its simplest form is a group of people with something in common. This
shared factor could be family, geography, faith, race, or life stage. Communities enrich
the lives of their members. They bring in a shared sense of trust, connection, and caring
for one another. Divisive to say that once a home’s value is tied to a particular
community, then stakes fly higher.
2. Privacy and security
Home Security is essential to ensure that your home is secure from any potential
intruders. This may have a very slim chance of happening, but it’s always better safe than
sorry. Security in a home guarantees ample access and constant comfort.
3. Appeal and aesthetics.
Aesthetics in a home enhance the beauty, functionality, and style of a property with the
intent of making it instantly more appealing to guests and visitors. When a property looks
good, people easily picture themselves living there. Additionally, it allows you to even
grow a family or even host friends and family members.
4. Have control over a living space.
As a renter, it is basically impossible to build equity on the rented property. It can also be
a challenge to make any changes to your house or your apartment without your landlord’s
approval. Many houses available for rent have a “No Pets” policy. So if you’re an animal
lover, finding a place to rent that allows pets can be hectic. Owning a home gives the
freedom to make all these choices.
5. Flexible futuristic decision-making.
Owning a home comes with a variety of options. One can renovate the property, make
improvements, increase its value, and then sell it for a profit exceeding the upfront costs.
REITs also payout dividends like other stocks and offer the unique opportunity to invest
in properties that have a high barrier to entry such as malls, office buildings and other