Sunday, December 23, 2012
Why It's Better To Buy, and Not Rent, Denver Real Estate
Denver Real Estate Investment While home ownership in America was once seen as a stabilizing economic force, the housing bubble of the past decade pushed many into mortgages that they couldn't afford when the housing market crashed in 2007. The overleveraging of credit through risky mortgages was seen as a symptom of flawed tax and housing policies, and renting, not buying, is being promoted by some as a safer way to ensure economic stability (1). But the logic behind this new rationale is now flawed, especially in the Front Range where Denver real estate conditions are much improved.