A House Is A House (Not Anything More)

A house isn’t everything.

A house isn’t nothing.

A house provides shelter. It provides an address. It provides a place to sleep. It provides a place to eat. It may appreciate in value.

A house doesn’t provide stability. It doesn’t provide security. It doesn’t provide accomplishment. It doesn’t provide a home. It may not appreciate in value.

But a house CAN provide uncertainty.

If you’re putting all your hopes and dreams on buying a house, then you’re not ready to buy one.

It can leave you in debt, financially unstable, and stuck.

Only buy if you can afford to, both financially and emotionally.