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  • On Sun, 28 Jun 2015, 12:00am PDT in Housing - I was wrong, and I am sorry., David9 said:

    I do not know you, but I actually thought about your previous thread.

    Why is this guy being so hard on himself? I thought.

    As I have said several times on this board; Yes, I was wrong about the housing market, prices going up, all of it.

    However, I still do not redact any of my statements. Certainly not going into detail, that is what I thought at the time.
    I made a financial miscalculation (Nothing was lost) and lost out on a potential hundred grand.

    Also, I have more of 'bear' tendencies. That is simply a part of who I am.

    Additionally, I gained something. If I ever do buy property again in California,
    I will just accept the risk and the price within budget, that the value can fluctuate some.

  • On Tue, 23 Jun 2015, 9:45pm PDT in 10 reasons why so many people are moving to Texas, David9 said:

    jvolstad says

    "San Antonio is home to the largest community of gay parents"

    Really? How did they come up with that stat?

    Seriously, 'Sexual Orientation' is not included in the discrimination laws in Texas.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT_rights_in_Texas

    This means it is perfectly legal to discriminate against someone based on Sexual Orientation in Texas.

    Another Poof article, pardon the pun.

  • On Sun, 21 Jun 2015, 7:55pm PDT in Rent going to 4K, my family is crumbling, I am fucked!, David9 said:

    First, I think it is anybody's guess whether home prices in the boom areas will float, rise, or sink.

    Am I the only one that noticed this time, in the boom areas, there were no auctions of homes that could be financed?
    Remember the full page ads in the newspapers?
    Even a transplant from Indiana here told me this !
    If you could pay cash at any type of auction prior to 2012 or so, great, hundreds of thousands in profit was easy.

    Didn't buy one of the few homes that was available at that time? I would not kill myself.
    I have noticed many of those same homes are now rehabbed and being flipped, saying: 'Realtor Owned'

    I think. The game was rigged.

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