How to save your money by buying a home: How to spend less, get more
Get a mortgage, buy a home, or just buy a lot of stuff?
Some people do it all at once.
Others do it over time, sometimes a few times.
There are many types of home buyers and some of them can get by with just a few big purchases.
But some are starting to think about the bigger picture.
In a new survey from Zillow, about 5 percent of Americans say they have bought a home before and that they plan to buy a house at some point in the future.
About 13 percent of those buyers say they will purchase a house when they’re older, and 17 percent have done it before they reach middle age.
The rest of those who plan to purchase a home in the near future say they plan on making purchases within the next few years.
Some of these plans have been around for a while, but are becoming more common as home prices continue to rise.
The survey also found that the number of people who say they are buying homes in the next six months is on the rise.
This survey also showed that a third of those buying homes this year plan to sell them at some time in the following year.
A quarter of those are already looking to sell.
A third of the people surveyed said they plan for more children, and 20 percent said they want to buy children to start their own families.
That’s a big shift in home buyers attitudes over the past decade.
The study also found, however, that some people are struggling to balance their needs and wants.
Many of them are looking for places to live that don’t have the amenities of a large home, such as a gym, a theater, and a pool.
That may lead them to buy an expensive home in a city with a lot more amenities, but that may not be ideal for a lot other people, the survey found.More: