Still renting? It adds up

It's time to consider the many benefits of homeownership.

  • Potential tax benefits*
  • Low interest rates
  • Build equity
  • Decorate or renovate any way you choose

It adds up — see for yourself how much you may be paying toward your landlord's mortgage.

RENT / MO. ($)3 YRS. ($)10 YRS. ($)15 YRS. ($)30 YRS. ($)
1,800 64,800 216,000 324,000 648,000
2,000 72,000 240,000 360,000 720,000
2,200 79,200 264,000 396,000 792,000
2,400 86,400 288,000 432,000 864,000
2,600 93,600 312,000 468,000 936,000
2,800 100,800 336,000 504,000 1,008,000
3,000 108,000 360,000 540,000 1,080,000
3,200 115,200 384,000 576,000 1,152,000
3,400 122,400 408,000 612,000 1,224,000
3,600 129,600 432,000 648,000 1,296,000
3,800 136,800 456,000 684,000 1,368,000
4,000 144,000 480,000 720,000 1,440,000

*Guaranteed Rate Affinity does not provide tax advice. Please contact your tax advisor for any tax-related questions.



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