I’m in College Now. When Should I Buy My First House?

Traditionally, many young graduates put off buying a house until they start thinking about getting married. But these days, as marriage rates are falling or young people are getting married later in life, they’re starting to think about buying a house earlier, while they’re still independent.

They’re realizing it’s a long-term investment, much like a stock investment that earns compounding interest.

They realize that either the home will increase in value or their equity will increase over time—or both. Either way, they’re seeing buying a home as a smart long-term investment, whether they’re
getting married or not.

If you or someone you know is in their twenties, please put us in touch with each other. Together we’ll sit down and create a buying plan that fits their income and lifestyle, so they can buy a home that will be a great long-term investment.