The cost projections below show that at minimum buying at Lakeridge costs about 60% less than renting, and it may even yield a $77,000 profit over a 4 year period (in contrast to losing $27,000 on rent). In fact, because of the solid investment return parents have experienced, many have later added additional units to their portfolio. The Krugers, who did some heavy number-crunching before deciding to buy, had this to say:
Wes and Susan Kruger
"We bought because it proved less expensive than renting. We bought in
Lakeridge because of the quality of the product, the integrity of the builder and the many amenities at Lakeridge. Our kids love it, and we are thrilled with the money we are saving. Come
join us at Lakeridge."