Rob and Reshawn Lee bought a four-bedroom home in the suburbs of Dallas in June 2013. They paid it off in June 2018.
Hoya Capital Real Estate started an exchange traded fund last March that its founder calls a macro play on the housing shortage in the United States.
Rob and Reshawn Lee bought a four-bedroom home in the suburbs of Dallas, Texas for $300,000. They purchased the home in 2013 and paid it off in 2018. The couple wanted to start their own businesses and felt the flexibility of not having a mortgage payment would give them the confidence to quit their well-paying …
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