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Great question and time will tell but there is no guarantee that by renting you'll be better off or that by purchasing you'll be better off. The other thing to consider is that your four year "plan" may change.One thing that remains consitent with this market and that of a few years back is that only a savy investor or buyer purchases a home realizing that they made a sound investment on the purchase, not the sale. For many that bought based on appreciation, they themselves are now either under water or foreclosed on. There are many great opportunities to purchase in this market that I believe will be very sound investments 4 years from now but you have to do your homework. Purchase only after you have done plenty of research for that area, reviewed comps by a licensed realtor, and then found a home that isn't above market value. My business partner and I work with many investors that purchase homes and sell them in a matter of months for great profits. If it wasn't possible to make money in the market by purchasing today and selling in four years its most likely that you over-paid to begin with. Best of luck!
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