The financial benefits of buying a home will always be debatable, but one element is non-refutable—the ability to build wealth.

These past couple of years have only confirmed this belief with appreciation recorded at unheard of rates.  The National Association of Realtors reported that the average gain for single-family homeowners over the last five years was $139,134 and over the past 10 years was $218,505.  In California you could easily double or triple those figures since our real estate market has had such unprecedented appreciation recently. Especially considering the hot real estate markets of the Peninsula counties of San Francisco, San Mateo and Santa Clara – these can be great investments for larger returns.

Homeownership builds household wealth, which also enables households to move to the home of their dreams more easily.  To quote Mark Fleming, Chief Economist at First America:

“As homeowners gain equity in their homes, they are more likely to consider using that equity to purchase a larger or more attractive home—the wealth effect of rising equity.”

In a recent survey which estimated the cumulative home appreciation over the next five years, market strategists have determined that a residential purchaser today will earn a 31.8% increase in their household wealth.

If you have been denied a loan from your bank or other lending institution, consider a privately funded loan from the investors at Sun Pacific Mortgage. Call us today at 707-523-2099 or visit https://www.sunpacificmortgage.com/ for more information.

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Best, Ken – Another Guy in the White Hat
Hard Money Lead Loan Originator at Family owned and operated Sun Pacific Mortgage & Real Estate, serving all of California since 1988!  707-523-2099   www.Sunpacificmortgage.com
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The content of this blog contains general advice only and does not consider individual financial circumstances, desired loan amounts or existing real estate or lending transactions. This information is intended for licensed Real Estate Agents and licensed Lenders/Mortgage Brokers and is posted on our company website and specific blog sites with the express purpose of reaching such licensed individuals.

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Comment by Ken and Ari Walker on October 20, 2021 at 3:17pm

Thank you Lisa!

Best,

KW

Comment by Lisa Verholtz on October 19, 2021 at 1:32pm

Ken, I agree with you! Buying builds wealth for you and your family. Renting builds wealth for your landlord. Buy a home, earn equity, deduct interest from your taxes, and build wealth for your future. Good post!

LV

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