For $37,500 a month rather than build some equity? That's crazy. If you're going to rent $37,500 is high as f**k. I don't care how much you make.
i'd rather pay the rent than pay $16 mil for that place. especially if i dont plan on being there for life.
it'll cost him about 2.25 mil to live there over the term of his contract. i'd rather pay that than be stuck in the situation the current owner is in, where he can't sell it and now needs 30+ years of rent to collect his money in a property that's had a high turnaround. if amare feels like he'd have lost more tryna sell it than he'd lose in rent during his occupancy, it makes sense
other than being able to poke his chest out like some lame middle class n*gga about being a homeowner, i don't see any reason for him to buy it