How should one modify their retirement asset allocationwhen they buy a home? How do they interact? For example, before buying a house, suppose thatsomebody has $100,000 invested in the following mix: $75,000 stock $15,000 bonds $10,000 cash If this person now invests $25,000 in a house, howshould they modify their asset allocation? Should they apply the same percentages (75% stock, 15% bonds, 10% cash) to the remaining $75,000 they have? Or should they consider that real-estate is another diversification away from stocks, which bonds also are, and so should the relative portion invested in bonds decrease? Thanks,--Pete Shell email@example.com
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