I think you’d probably agree that the worst investing advice in the world is: Buy high, sell low. That’s the very definition of losing money on an investment, right?
So let me ask you: Why would you wait for the housing market to improve before buying a house?
I understand there’s a lot of uncertainty out there. Job security is questionable, unemployment is high, and you’re not sure what it takes to get pre-approved for a home loan. It’s scary. But here’s the thing: Letting fear dictate your financial strategy for the future is a guaranteed way to pay too much for a house in the years to come.
Put fear aside for just a moment. Here are some facts:
- Interest rates are at or close to historic lows
- Prices for homes have plunged to the lowest levels we’ve seen in a generation
- Bank and government-owned property inventory is at an all-time high
- Rents are rising and rental inventory is shrinking (limited rental options!)
Shouldn’t you, rather than your landlord, be the one who benefits from owning a home? Right now is the “buy low” in the “buy low / sell high” cycle. Every day I help renters explore their purchasing power. You might be surprised just how qualified you are for home ownership.
If you’re curious simply reply to this email / drop me a line at Esperanza@EsperanzaButler.com and I’d be glad to have a no-obligation conversation about how you could own your own home.
Realtor, GRI, e-PRO, SFR
21031 Ventura Blvd.#100
Woodland Hills, Ca. 91364
Cell: (818) 926-5425
Office: (818) 999-2030
Sound decisions can only be made with accurate and reliable information, and I am happy to be a trusted resource for you.
I look forward to answering any questions you may have and to the opportunity to be your Realtor now or in the near future.
I am here for all your real estate needs.