Is The American Dream Dying?

Real Estate Agent with Melody Russell Team at eXp Realty of California, Inc. 01468388

Originally penned by JunePiper-Brandon, I always feel badly for the buyers who've refused to buy, thinking prices were too high - it's happened at least a dozen times over the 18 year span of my career.      If they would have just purchased something affordable, and held on tight through the downturns, history would have rewarded them aplenty.      I read recently the average homeowner has 40 times the net worth of a renter.     Don't plan to rent your whole life!     Make plans to own your own future...

Original content by June Piper-Brandon MD RE License 579412

Is The American Dream Dying?

A recent study shows that 25% of Millennials have given up trying to buy a home because buying their dream home is too costly.  But, if you ask anyone that lives in a lovely house, they didn't start there, they started off in a cheaper property and used that as a stepping stone to the next one, and so on.  The reality is the American Dream is not dead, you just have to start with a cheaper property and grow from there.  

If you read my blog a few days ago, What Did It Cost You to Keep Renting? you see how much equity homeowners acquired over the last few years and how they could use that equity to "trade up" to a larger and more beautiful home or even use that property as an investment and create even more generational wealth.

The average homeowner moves every 5-7 years and with each move, they purchase a larger and more beautiful home until they become empty nesters and then sell and purchase a retirement home.

Are you thinking about buying your first home?  Let's talk about your options and how you can start creating generational wealth for your future. 

Creating generational wealth, one home at a time. If you are thinking of buying a home,  did you know I can help you find a home for as little as $1000 of your own money?  Thinking about selling a home in  Maryland give me a call at 410-292-0100 or start your search here and I'll talk about the market conditions and what your home could be worth in today's marketplace if you are thinking of selling.  If you are considering buying a home, there is no better time than now to buy. The tax savings and wealth building alone are worth the plunge into today's market. Coldwell Banker and I are connected with some of the world's brightest and best real estate agents and can assist with your move here to Maryland or anywhere in the United States or abroad.  Ask me how.

During these trying times, Coldwell Banker and I are equipped with the latest technology to sell your home using Virtual Open Houses, Virtual showings, electronic signing, virtual inspection, and even online closings.   You can contact me through Snapchat, Duo, Skype, Google Chat, WhatsApp, text messaging, or simply by phone.  We take your and your family's health and safety very seriously.  

June Piper-Brandon ~ Associate Broker ~ MRP, AHWD, CDPE, ePro

Coldwell Banker

410-292-0100 - Direct   410-461-7600 Office

June Piper Brandon - Agent with Century 21 New Millennium

June Piper Brandon - Agent with Century 21 New Millennium

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Comments (4)

George Souto
George Souto NMLS #65149 FHA, CHFA, VA Mortgages - Middletown, CT
Your Connecticut Mortgage Expert

M.C. Dwyer the American Dream of owning your own home is still very much alive.  The issue is very low inventory which is proving to be very challenging in finding a home.

Sep 05, 2023 01:52 PM
Richard Weeks
Dallas, TX
REALTOR®, Broker
Great information, thanks for sharing.  I hope you have a great day.
Sep 06, 2023 02:57 AM
Charles Ross - eXp Realty LLC
eXp Realty LLC Salina Group - Salina, KS
Love To Help People

Great reblog.Thank you for sharing. Have a wonderful day and a blessed week

Sep 06, 2023 04:57 AM
June Piper-Brandon
Coldwell Banker Realty - Columbia, MD
Creating Generational Wealth Through Homeownership

M.C. Dwyer thanks for the reblog. I can't agree with you more.  If just, people are so short sited they don't look at the big picture and only at the here and now. I paid 12% interest on my first mortgage, put that in perspective.

Sep 06, 2023 07:55 PM