Your Dream to Home Ownership
Why does homeownership matter? Let's look at the triple bottom line:
Homeownership and You. Our founding fathers linked the notion of property ownership to security, a stake in the ground, and general happiness. The same applies today as homeownership remains the cornerstone of the American Dream – providing families with a sense of emotional and financial stability and, historically, boosting household wealth through equity and appreciation over time.
Homeownership and Your Community. Homeownership plays a vital role in helping to build strong, stable communities. In addition to it bolstering your community’s treasury through taxes, research shows the many social benefits it provides, including increased volunteerism, improved health, and less crime.
Homeownership and Our Economy. The housing market is a driving force in our economy, with the Bureau of Economic Analysis estimating that it accounted for approximately 12.3% of our gross domestic product in 2017. It’s the thread that runs through all aspects of our local and national economies, from construction to manufacturing. Homeowners also tend to buy more goods and use more services in their communities, further benefiting the economy.