DaveM_Renter


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Hedge fund no longer wants to be landlord (reuters.com)
by DaveM_Renter on 18 Oct 2012  13 comments, latest 6 years ago
http://www.reuters.com/article Investors watch out! Reuters) - One of the first big hedge funds to try to profit from a rebound in the U.S. housing market by investing in foreclosed homes...

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Half of local FHA borrowers made $100,000-plus [OC-Register] (lansner.ocregister.com)
by DaveM_Renter on 22 May 2012  9 comments, latest 6 years ago
http://lansner.ocregister.com/

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3206 ANNE Cir #120 Huntington Beach, CA 92649 (redfin.com)
by DaveM_Renter on 18 Apr 2012  1 comment, latest 7 years ago
We currently rent a unit with the same floorplan for $2450/mo - only that ours is remodeled even nicer than this one, including Viking stove, high end granite, multi-head shower,...

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More Million Dollar OC Dream Homes in Foreclosure (redfin.com)
by DaveM_Renter on 19 Mar 2012  Posted 7 years ago
4 Million Dollar Auction next to Nixon's Western White House: http://www.redfin.com/CA/San-C http://4055CalleIsabella.com/ 9.5 Million Dollar Bankruptcy Court Sale: http://www.redfin.com/CA/Coron

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Coastal OC buying frenzy?
by DaveM_Renter on 7 Mar 2012  4 comments, latest 7 years ago
Has anyone else noticed that the market has gone crazy in most coastal cities of Orange County? From San Clemente to Huntington Beach I noticed how there's at least twice...

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55% Haircut in Huntington Beach (redfin.com)
by DaveM_Renter on 9 Feb 2012  15 comments, latest 7 years ago
Here's someone who bought at the peak and then went crazy pimping out his place, putting $750k into upgrades: http://www.redfin.com/CA/Hunti After 2 months of dramatic asking price changes, the price...

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$4.5 Million versus $7000/month - buy for 54x yearly rent? (redfin.com)
by DaveM_Renter on 14 Nov 2011  Posted 7 years ago
Who would buy a house for $4.5 Million if they can rent the place for only $7k? Even at half price this place would be a poor investment, especially considering...
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