Best Financial Move: Buy or Rent a House? finance to rent

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Jon Goldstein of Ameriprise Financial tells Jack Otter that a house, long considered the “American Dream,” may be a lousy investment due to new economic forces. Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: Visit the WSJ channel for more video: More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: Follow WSJ on Facebook: Follow WSJ on Google+: Follow WSJ on Twitter: Follow WSJ on Instagram: Follow WSJ on Pinterest: Follow WSJ on Tumblr: Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: Visit the WSJ Video Center: On Facebook: On Twitter: On Snapchat: .

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Brian C. Smith, P.A. 11/03/2022 - 4:50 Chiều

Jon, I appreciate your influence and critique of my IRR video. https://youtu.be/Ysw5lC-IHJ4 Thank you! Please subscribe. Cheers, Brian C. Smith- EWM Realty International

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Robocop 11/03/2022 - 4:50 Chiều

Renters are the only ones that have an option what to do with the money saved? As a homeowner I also have the option to sell my house after 12 years, pocket the gains and either rent or downsize

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Derek Syroka 11/03/2022 - 4:50 Chiều

We live in a feudal society. You will never own title to your home or land. And when you think you own it you're still paying property taxes as rent because you're a tenant. Deeds are not titles. It's a trust.

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Tallal Labanieh 11/03/2022 - 4:50 Chiều

Live with mom and pops for awhile. Save capital. Or live with roomates save some capital for a bit. Buy a house have a ton of savings first like half the price of the house in case u get screwed with any kind of job. 30 years of mortgage is fine if u don't get in to a sticky position like living paycheck to paycheck. Hefty Property taxes after the 30 years should be ok since most people will have some kind of retirement savings which should cover the property tax year by year. Most people don't make it to 90 years old so a decade or two of living after your house is paid off should be easy enough to pay for those property taxes and maintences costs. Everything is do able if u prepare when your young.

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kingdom7777777 11/03/2022 - 4:50 Chiều

Renting is the better option, but by renting and saving up for a longer period of time, if you can put 30 to 35% down on a house while the market is down, then it would maybe be worth buying. Other then that renting is the way to go.

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Alex Norway 11/03/2022 - 4:50 Chiều

i work in retail and OWN my own apartment ( living in Norway)

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TraumaER 11/03/2022 - 4:50 Chiều

I agree with not buying a house.

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scully745 11/03/2022 - 4:50 Chiều

So, what this guy's saying is America has fucked their economy so hard that their traditional "American Dream" doesn't actually work anymore? Fucking priceless

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Syd Ray 11/03/2022 - 4:50 Chiều

blah blah…common sense bullshit.

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Billy Bob 11/03/2022 - 4:50 Chiều

OBAMA THE SUPER RAT, WILL GIVE YOU A FREE HOUSE.   HE HAS PLENTY OF HOUSES HE STOLE FROM AMERICAN FAMILIES.

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