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11 planning for living


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  • 1. EPF.11b compare the advantages and disadvantages of renting vs. purchasing a home EPF.11c describe the process of renting housing EPF.11d describe the process of purchasing a homeEPF.11e calculate the cost of utilities, services, maintenance, and other housing expenses.
  • 2. There are costs and benefits of renting housing and costs andbenefits of purchasing a home.
  • 3. What are some of the costs andbenefits of renting housing?The benefits of renting include : less initial capital outlay increased mobility fewer maintenance expenses no property taxes.The costs of renting include : building no equity no tax deduction for interest paid limited ability or incentive to upgrade.
  • 4. What are some of the costs andbenefits of buying a home?The benefits of buying a home include : possibility of building equity right to deduct interest on Federal Income Tax opportunity to personalize to own taste.The costs of buying a home generally include : down payment property taxes maintenance of structure and yard limited mobility.
  • 5. Selecting a rental property involves gathering information andapplying decision-making skills.
  • 6. How can a decision model be applied to theselection of rental housing?What are the steps in the rental process?The first step in a decision model in selecting rental housing is to list alternatives (options).The second step is establishing criteria, which should be stated in positive terms such as : the monthly payment is no more than budget allows the property is conveniently located (to work, school, public transportation, shopping, friends, family) the property has enough space the property has amenities.
  • 7. What are some of theconsiderations?Criteria are personal; each person decides what factors are important. Individuals should visit all properties that appear to meet the criteria. Additional factors for consideration include the renter’s credit score the specifics of each rental agreement rental inspections landlord/tenant responsibilities estimated moving expenses and installation charges.Selection of a rental property is made when the renter decides which alternative best meets the established criteria.
  • 8. Buying a home includes choosing a home, signing a contract,securing a down payment, financing the home, and identifyingother costs associated with the purchase and ownership of thehome.
  • 9. How does one use a decisionmodel to help choose a home?The buyer can use a decision model, which includes the step of establishing criteria, stated in positive terms such as the home is in a desirable location the monthly payment is no more than budget allows the home is convenient (to work, school, bus routes, friends, family) the home has enough space the home has good expected resale value property taxes, insurance costs, utility costs, community fees, and estimated maintenance costs fit in the buyer’s budget.Criteria are personal; each person decides what factors are important. Individuals should visit all properties that appear to meet the criteria.
  • 10. What are some of the other stepsin purchasing a home?The process of purchasing a home also includes submitting to a credit check making a down payment obtaining homeowners insurance securing financing.
  • 11. Independent living involves ongoing housing costs.
  • 12. What are some expenses related toutilities? installation deposits monthly payments for service equipment maintenance and repairs related to electricity, gas, oil, water, cable, Internet service, and telephone.
  • 13. What are some possible costs associated with associatedwith acquiring furniture and appliances?What are some possible expenses related to refurbishingor maintaining a home?Additional costs to be considered include : homeowners insurance property taxes appliances and furniture maintenance (e.g., painting, carpet cleaning/repair, plumbing) equipment supplies.