In a survey done by the National Association of Realtors of 6,000 homeowners and 2,000 renters ...perhaps the largest ever of attitudes toward home ownership ...showed that 76% of owners and 66% of renters considered pride of ownership an important reason for buying.
Dislike paying rent:
Almost equal portions of owners and renters ...close to 7 in 10...said a dislike of paying rent was an important reason to buy.
Make home a reflection of you:
Also an important reason mentioned by more than 6 in 10 owners and renters was an owner's ability to control and modify a home's features.
More than 6 in 10 renters said "settling down" was an important reason to buy.
People borrow a great deal to buy a home, yet they receive the full benefits of price appreciation.
Source of savings:
Home ownership always has and continues to comprise the single largest source of savings for American households.
Sacrifices are worth it:
Almost 7 in 10 renters in the NAR home ownership survey said they planned to buy a home in the future. More than three-quarters of these people said they are willing to sacrifice to do that.
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