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Registered Nov 07, 2011
Daytona's most recent comments:
- On 23 Oct 2012
Jack's Final Prediction For The 2012 Election,
My 'wild card" prediction is that the pollsters have not correctly identified and counted potential Hispanic voters who are going to turn out.
I always get the impression that telephone polls, household surveys are no longer representative in this day and age.
Take myself as an example, you will never reach me on a landline, nor any of family members. So far, I have never heard of any situation where pollsters call cell phone nor anyone would even talk to a pollster on a cell phone.
The most likely people who take the time to answer these things are retirees and a certain demograhic.
Despite what the polls indicate, my prediction is Obama 300.
- On 22 Oct 2012
Rich Dad Poor Dad Guy Files for Chapter 7,
Rich dad taught him about setting up entities. This entity filed for bankruptcy not, RK. RK is richer than ever despite the legal judgement against his favor.
- On 2 May 2012
San Francisco rents are not rising,
According to Avalon Bay, rents are rising around 7-8% YOY in NorCal.
"renters should have the capacity to pay higher rents over the next 2 to 3 years. In fact, Witten Advisers estimates that nationally, apartment market rents will grow faster than their long term trend by 150 basis points through 2014.
During the first quarter, year-over-year rental rate performance in our portfolio accelerated from Q4, reflecting the pickup in economic and job growth in late 2011 and early 2012. The average rent change improved by 100 to 150 basis points from Q4, averaging over 4.5% in Q1, with renewals up by 6% to 6.5% and new move-ins by 2% to 3%. Looking forward, these favorable trends should continue to Q2 as offers for renewal for the April to June period are up by 6% to 6.5%, and new move-ins in April are projected to be right around 4%. The West Coast should continue to outperform as offers for renewals are generally in the 7% to 8% range, while offers on the East Coast are in the 5% to 6% range."