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The Advantages of Buying a New Home



If you’ve been considering buying a home for the first time, but aren’t completely convinced that it would be a smart idea, then there are few things in this article you’ll want to know. The truth is, any large-scale investment possesses some element of risk, but there’s a very good reason so many people choose real-estate as an investment.

Property is a Relatively Low-Risk Investment

While the housing market, especially here in the GTA, is sometimes prone to fluctuation it’s generally a very safe investment because real-estate is a high-value commodity as well as a human necessity. Unlike other high-value investments such as stocks and shares in a company, real-estate as a market will never cease to be. As long as there are people living in communities, so too will there be a market where homes are bought and sold. Add to this consideration that property values rise consistently over time, and the benefits become clear.

It’s an Investment that Fulfills a Personal Need

In accordance with the previous paragraph’s arguments, homes aren’t merely products in which to sink your money, they also perform the much-needed service of providing shelter to you and your family. Another benefit to owning the home you live in is that when problems arise, especially those that if left untreated could cause your home to lose value, you’re already right there to address it. Compare this to a property you own that you don’t see every day and all it takes is an accumulation of time to compound the issue before a profitable solution becomes untenable. Living within your greatest asset, from a practical standpoint, is a great advantage.

Steadily Increasing Home Values

This is the single greatest advantage of investing in property. Real-Estate, when looked at over time, has seen a consistent rise in value. This rise is often to the point where people have made more than enough to retire in absolute comfort, and in some cases opulence when they get to retirement age. While the housing market does occasionally take a dip (think back to the recession of 2008/2009), it’s a market that sees a significant increase in value over time, and that’s something you can take to the bank.

Reach for the Top

While homeownership may seem like a goal permanently out of reach if you’re not yet in the market, we’re here to tell you it is possible to get there. Housing developers all over the GTA are offering added incentives, innovative offers, and out-of-the-box approaches for getting first-time buyers into the market. As one of the most worthy goals you’re likely to undertake, it is most certainly worth your considerable time and effort.