Your home as an asset, but when should you consider it?

Your home is first and foremost a place where you live. It should be considered a reserve asset that you tap into only when you need to. A further explanation is in the below article.

How can you tap into your home equity without selling?

You can view the article onlineat Morningstar and at AdviceIQ.com.

 

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One Response to Your home as an asset, but when should you consider it?

  1. Larry Frank, Sr. December 8, 2014 at 11:33 am #

    There’s a right way and a wrong way to mange our home equity.

    Here’s a link to Center for Retirement Research at Boston College pamphlet on the topic
    http://crr.bc.edu/special-projects/books/using-your-house-for-income-in-retirement/

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