exfatguy

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Will they take out Trump like they supposedly did Kennedy?
by exfatguy on 12 Jan 2017  46 comments, latest 2 years ago
Trump seems to piss off everyone. I really like the guy, but dang, he's really pushing their buttons and it makes me nervous.

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Hey White People, Break Out Your Checkbooks! (washingtonpost.com)
by exfatguy on 9 Jan 2017  2 comments, latest 2 years ago
https://www.washingtonpost.com It looks like you've previously blocked notifications. Please update your browser permissions to allow them.

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I Have Never Voted for the Winning President, and I'm Voting for...
by exfatguy on 2 Aug 2016  5 comments, latest 2 years ago
...Trump. 1992: Perot 1996: Perot 2000: Gore 2004: Don't remember... didn't vote for Bush or Kerry 2008: Definitely wasn't Obama... don't recall if McCain 2012: Wasn't Obama or RMoney So,...

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When the Chinese pay all-cash for a house, is that actually borrowed cash?
by exfatguy on 29 Jun 2016  13 comments, latest 2 years ago
Or do they really have millions in the bank that is free and clear? If so, how did they get it?

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U.S. Housing Prices are Never Going to Down, But Humor Me...
by exfatguy on 20 Jun 2016  43 comments, latest 2 years ago
...theoretically, what could happen to make them go down and not be attractive to the worldwide investment community?

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If it's a real estate bubble, what will be the reason it pops?
by exfatguy on 27 Jun 2016  4 comments, latest 2 years ago

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Why Do Real Estate Agents Hold Open Houses?
by exfatguy on 6 Jun 2016  28 comments, latest 2 years ago
What's the point? The house will sell in minutes for over asking, all cash, no contingencies, by a foreign buyer, sight unseen. So what's the point of wasting time on...

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Will the Chinese Stock Market Implosion Affect U.S. Housing Prices?
by exfatguy on 30 Jul 2015  6 comments, latest 3 years ago
Will the Chinese need to sell their U.S. Real Estate for any reason, or will they buy more?#investing

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Wait, if China's wages are so low, how are they...
by exfatguy on 17 Sep 2013  4 comments, latest 5 years ago
...able to pay all cash for houses not only there, but here as well?

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Why Bother to Hold an Open House?
by exfatguy on 19 Aug 2013  4 comments, latest 5 years ago
My neighbor is selling (San Jose area), and she had an open house on Saturday and Sunday. What the hell for?

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Capitulation: I will Never Own
by exfatguy on 28 May 2013  29 comments, latest 5 years ago
I like renting, but would like to own one day, but it's moot. Prices will never come down to levels where I can realistically afford them. Just when I think...

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Is RE Investment Good for Renters?
by exfatguy on 5 Feb 2013  4 comments, latest 6 years ago
I think so. Imagine every home sold gets purchased by an investor with the intention to rent. That makes for a lot of homes that are "up for grabs" for...

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Am I About to be Sued?
by exfatguy on 22 Aug 2011  12 comments, latest 7 years ago
Long story short: Short sale in '08. First paid off, second got about $100K out of $200K. My ignorant behind didn't specifically get forgiveness of deficiency. In the subsequent years,...

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Where is everyone getting the money?
by exfatguy on 12 Jul 2011  168 comments, latest 7 years ago
So all of you cash buyers, and those that can afford high down payments in pricy areas, if you don't mind my asking, where are you getting the money? Sometimes...

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California Short Sales and SB 458
by exfatguy on 19 Jul 2011  Posted 7 years ago
One of the articles Patrick has linked is regarding California bill SB 458, which bars junior lien holders from seeking deficiencies after a short sale. I read through the wording...
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