Wellesley, MA Real Estate Review, Cash Vs. Mortgage

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Wellesley, MA Real Estate Review, Cash Vs. Mortgage

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Cash vs MortgageOften people considering investing in real estate weigh the option of cash vs. mortgage.  There are some great deals in today’s market and often offering a cash deal can make a deal even sweeter.  When cash is involved there is no mortgage, therefore no chance of a financial contingency getting in the way of closing.  Cash is king, but is cash the best avenue for you and your real estate transaction?

Cash is great for:

  • negotiating power
  • negating a financing contingency
  • speeding up a closing date
  • eliminating a monthly loan payment

BUT cash has its downside as well, a cash deal:

  • ties up assets
  • eliminates a mortgage interest tax deduction

Buying a property with cash to get the best deal possible could be a smart move, after all you could always finance the property later.  As with any investment deal, knowing your financial position is instrumental to making the wisest decision.  Owning a home outright allows for equity if needed in the future for the buyer, and allows a seller peace of mind in knowing a home will close after inspection and appraisal contingencies are met.  Buying in cash is great in a bargain hunting situation but should be approached with caution and evaluation.

Click here
to read an article from Realty Times regarding all-cash deals and the potential tax implications.

Call me if you want help with your home purchase. We have a team, Christine Norcross & Partners, at William Raveis and we can help you find your dream home in the Wellesley Real Estate market – Natick, Newton, Needham, Wellesley, Wayland, Weston and more.

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