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[:en]Why Its Easy To Fall in Love with Homeownership[:]

[:en]Why Its Easy To Fall in Love with Homeownership[:] Simplifying The Market

[:en]No matter how the housing market changes, there are some things about owning a home that never changelike the personal benefits it can provide. When youown your home, you likely feel a sense of attachment because of the comfort it gives and also because its a space thats truly yours.

Over the last few years, weve fully embraced the meaning of our homes as we spent more time than ever in them. As a result, the emotionalbenefitsour homes provide have become even more important to us.

As the most recentState of the American HomeownerfromUnisonputs it:

. . . one thing has stayed the same:the home continues to be of the utmost importance and a place of security and comfort.

The same study fromUnisonnotes:

  • 91% of homeowners say they feelsecure, stable, or successfulowning a home
  • 64% of American homeowners say living through a pandemic has made their homemore important to them than ever

Its no surprise this study also reveals thathomeowners now love their homes even moreas our attachments to them have grown:

Why Its Easy To Fall in Love with Homeownership | Simplifying The Market

The National Association of Realtors (NAR) also explains:

In addition to tangible financial benefits, homeownership brings substantial social benefits for [households], communities, and the country as a whole.

In other words, not only does owning a home build your net worth over time, but it also gives you and your loved ones a place to thrive. And by living near people with shared experiences, homeownership helps you connect with your community and contribute meaningfully.

Bottom Line

Whether youre thinking of buying your first home, moving up to your dream home, or downsizing to something that better fits your changing lifestyle, let me be the key to unlocking a home you can truly fall in love with.[:]

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