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Willow II by Highland Homes
Willow II by Highland Homes
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Tag: renting versus buying

  1. Is it More Affordable to Rent or Own a Home in Riverview?

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    The cost of renting in Tampa Bay is on the rise, and Riverview has the (dubious) honor of the highest average cost of rent in this metropolitan area. In fact, the cost of renting a home in Riverview rose by 8.4% in 2018 according to RENTCafé’s Year-End Report. In comparison, the national average apartment rent Read more…

  2. 5 Simple Steps to Owning a Home in Tampa Bay

    Renting is becoming much more expensive in Tampa Bay. According to RENTCafe’s February 2018 Apartment Market Report, renters across Tampa Bay saw year-over-year rent increases much higher than the 2.7 percent national average. Lakeland renters are paying 6.4 percent more, Tampa rent increased 5.2 percent, rent in Brandon went up 5.6 percent, and average rent Read more…

  3. Is It Better to Rent or Buy in Tampa in 2016?

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    By Jennifer Riner Last year, Zillow ranked Tampa the seventh best buyer’s market in the nation, with a median home value of $149,500. Today, home values in Tampa are at $156,000, a 10.7 percent increase in just one year. Zillow predicts home values will rise another 2.8 percent throughout the next year, further solidifying Tampa’s Read more…

  4. Cost Savings of Buying A New Home

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    If you’re preparing yourself for homeownership, you should plan the cost of maintenance and utilities into your budget. These costs can vary depending on the type of home; a newer home costs less to maintain and operate than an older home, as well as not requiring costly renovations needed to personalize and update an older Read more…

  5. The Financial Questions of Buying or Renting in Tampa

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    Deciding whether to buy or rent can be a tough decision, no matter where you live. In most cases, it boils down to your financial preparedness, the length of time you plan to stay in one location and the health of the real estate market. If your credit score is decent, you have savings, the Read more…

  6. Buying v. Renting Florida Real Estate

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    Your rent was raised again; your nosey landlord refuses to come by and fix your broken sink, but still wants to know everything that’s happening in your life; and you really want to adopt a puppy that you saw outside of the supermarket, but your rental doesn’t allow pets. Maybe it’s time to stop renting Read more…

  7. Why Rent When it’s Cheaper to Buy?

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    This is a question that we have been hearing from many of our new home shoppers, and we do not have an answer. There is absolutely no reason to continue wasting your money every month on rent when it can be even cheaper to invest that money in your overall wealth by purchasing a home. Read more…