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Breakeven Horizon

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Breakeven Horizon, from most recent to least.

2.96 Years: The Breakeven Horizon For DC-Area Homeowners Gets Shorter

2.96 Years: The Breakeven Horizon For DC-Area Homeowners Gets Shorter

Nena Perry-Brown | May 21st 2018

A new Zillow analysis shows that would-be DC-area homebuyers will break even in less than three years. ... read »

4.5 Years: DC Area Homeowners Have Longest Breakeven Point in the Country

4.5 Years: DC Area Homeowners Have Longest Breakeven Point in the Country

Nena Perry-Brown | February 9th 2016

Homeowners in the DC region will need to stay in their homes for 4.5 years before they "break even," according to a recent report. ... read »

4.5 Years is Breakeven Horizon For DC Area Homeowners

4.5 Years is Breakeven Horizon For DC Area Homeowners

Tianna Mañón | July 13th 2015

DC tops the list with the highest breakeven horizon, according to Zillow. ... read »

The Buying vs. Renting Equation is Changing

The Buying vs. Renting Equation is Changing

Lark Turner | April 8th 2015

The "breakeven" point where buying becomes worthwhile is getting longer, according to Zillow. ... read »

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