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  • On 31 Aug 2014 in Iwog Idiocy Strikes Again, tatupu70 said:

    Reality says

    Likewise, real estate price in some areas go up more than in others during inflation.

    And that was Bob's point. Desirable places go up faster because there is increased demand for them. Regardless of any inflationary pressures.

  • On 31 Aug 2014 in Iwog Idiocy Strikes Again, tatupu70 said:

    Reality says

    The nominal prices in the local currencies in high inflation countries in southern Europe rose faster than the nominal prices in the local currency in low inflation country such as (West) Germany. Thanks for proving my point.

    Is the entire point of your posts that house price increases are correlated to inflation? Wow--stop the presses. That is breaking news.

    Reality says

    The prolonged global real estate price decline in the 1990's was a sufficient counter argument to your thesis that global real estate price always went up in general.

    If that's what I had said, you might have a point.

    Reality says

    Still working on whether your manifest retardation is a result of FED sponsored welfare system or not.

    Great comeback. Very clever.

  • On 31 Aug 2014 in Iwog Idiocy Strikes Again, tatupu70 said:

    Reality says

    Do you need proof of 1+1=2 to go with that?

    I see. So you're implying that the statement that a high percentage of condos are only used for 2-3 weeks/year is basic knowledge and on the same level as 1+1 = 2? lol. Nice try.

    Reality says

    The Euro was not even a currency before 1999

    So what? I'm pretty sure there were different currencies before the Euro. And house prices could be measured using those currencies.

    Reality says

    The global real estate market was declining in the 1990's due to the burst of the massive Japanese bubble.

    And how about before the 90s? History goes back just a bit further than that.

    Reality says

    The synchronized global real estate increase has been taking place as a result of massive exportation of the dollar since the late 1990's.

    Really? Just curious--is there anything that ISN'T caused by the Federal Reserve (in your mind)?

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