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Choosing the Right Home Wealth Share Plan
Choosing the Right Home Wealth Share Plan

Consider your finances, goals, and risk tolerance to make an informed decision.

Updated over a week ago

Choosing the right Home Wealth Share Plan is crucial for ensuring that the program aligns with your financial situation and homeownership goals. Here are some things to help you navigate the decision-making process:

Factors to Consider

  • Financial Situation:

    • Down Payment Contribution: How much can you comfortably contribute towards the down payment? A higher down payment contribution from you results in a lower share of appreciation for Steadworth but requires a larger upfront investment from you.

    • Monthly Budget: What monthly mortgage payment can you afford?
      That needs to be considered as you select your price range of homes.

    • Risk Tolerance: Are you comfortable with the potential for sharing a larger portion of your home's appreciation in exchange for lower upfront costs and lower monthly payments?

  • Homeownership Goals:

    • Expected Length of Stay: How long do you plan to stay in the home? If you anticipate selling or refinancing in five years, the shorter contract term may be preferable. If you plan to stay for a longer period, a longer term may be more beneficial.

    • Wealth Creation Goals: How important is maximizing your share of the home's appreciation to your overall financial goals? A higher down payment contribution from you and a shorter contract term will result in a larger share of appreciation for you.

Remember, there is no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to choosing a Home Wealth Share Plan. By carefully considering your financial situation, homeownership goals, and risk tolerance, you can select the plan that best meets your needs and helps you achieve your dream of homeownership.

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