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  • On 23 Jul 2014 in Assumable Mortgages For EVERYONE, mmmarvel said:

    HHB says

    I know people who did this in the early 80s when rates were sky high. I also agree we will see it again when rates increase.

    I resemble that remark in that is exactly what we did - in fact we did one better. The owners we bought the house from had a contract that allowed for a BLIND ASSUMPTION. So all we had to do was pay the owners what they had in the house (and they had just refinanced so I didn't owe them much) and we took over the contract. With interest rates (at the time) around 12 -15% we KNEW we were kicking it with this blind assumption at a meagerly 7%. Those were the days my friend - oh, and to my knowledge, blind assumptions do not exist anymore (the realtor who helped fill out the paperwork when we did it so many years ago said, they weren't being allowed anymore ... even back then).

  • On 23 Jul 2014 in Appeals court throws out IRS rule on Obamacare subsidies, mmmarvel said:

    monkframe says

    I find a singular lack of concern for working people in this thread, indeed; in this site.

    Speak for yourself. I get dirt under my nails each and every day and I've been known to post here.

  • On 23 Jul 2014 in My first apartment in Tokyo is on the market . . ., mmmarvel said:

    Bellingham Bill says

    Though the more optimal solution would be for me to build a cabin with a plan something like this. 300 sqft is tight, but less space is certainly easier to heat & cool.

    Oh, you're been reading and fantasizing about those 'tiny house' threads again.

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