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¡El patrimonio neto de un propietario es 45 veces mayor que el de un inquilino!

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Cada tres años la Reserva Federal conduce una encuesta ‘Survey of Customer Finances’ en la que ellos recopilan datos a través de todos los grupos económicos y sociales. La última encuesta, la cual incluye datos desde 2010 a 2013, informó que el patrimonio neto de un propietario de casa es 36 veces mayor que el de un inquilino ($194,500 vs. $5,400).

En un artículo de Forbes, Lawrence Yun, el Economista principal de la Asociación nacional de Realtors (NAR por sus siglas en inglés) predice que para finales de 2016 la brecha en el patrimonio familiar se ampliará aún más de 45 veces.

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Jose Roel Lopez

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