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Its nice to be Roman Emperor! I don't have to pay for anything!
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Only place I know where the rent is cheap is where my father lives in Florida. Although he owns a house, he always wants me to move down there cause I would pay 1/4 the price of what I'm paying now for a larger place. But that sun though. Ugh.
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Evilshadowx wrote:

Only place I know where the rent is cheap is where my father lives in Florida. Although he owns a house, he always wants me to move down there cause I would pay 1/4 the price of what I'm paying now for a larger place. But that sun though. Ugh.


For $100K you can get a 3 bedroom 2 bath house in a good neighborhood in the Midwest.
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Evilshadowx wrote:

Only place I know where the rent is cheap is where my father lives in Florida. Although he owns a house, he always wants me to move down there cause I would pay 1/4 the price of what I'm paying now for a larger place. But that sun though. Ugh.


For $100K you can get a 3 bedroom 2 bath house in a good neighborhood in the Midwest.


That used to be Arizona a few years ago.
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Rujikin wrote:


Evilshadowx wrote:

Only place I know where the rent is cheap is where my father lives in Florida. Although he owns a house, he always wants me to move down there cause I would pay 1/4 the price of what I'm paying now for a larger place. But that sun though. Ugh.


For $100K you can get a 3 bedroom 2 bath house in a good neighborhood in the Midwest.


Does it include tornados?
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Yes, the strain of living in downtown Vancouver is doing a number on my accounts. At the same time I would not trade the view from my balcony for anything. Screw you economy I'll just make more money.
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Rent is going up but in my country its cheaper to rent for life then to buy a house.

Buying a house is something you won't do unless you are rich.
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Rent is going up but in my country its cheaper to rent for life then to buy a house.

Buying a house is something you won't do unless you are rich.


And exactly what shit hole do you live in were house ownership is something out of reach even for the upper middle class?
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Ranwolf wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:


Rent is going up but in my country its cheaper to rent for life then to buy a house.

Buying a house is something you won't do unless you are rich.


And exactly what shit hole do you live in were house ownership is something out of reach even for the upper middle class?


Australia and it's not a shit hole at all it's rated above America.
Home ownership will eventually be out of reach for the upper middle class everywhere as society grows.

Honestly if you think not being able to own a home unless you make over 100k a year is a sign of being a shithole then that's funny imo.
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i just got an email from the local CLT

i guess they are doing more than just putting in new plumbing, electrical and appliances

if you don't mind older homes.. CLT is the way to go

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America is hard to live in without help from others, now and days it takes 2 to make a simple living..
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America is hard to live in without help from others, now and days it takes 2 to make a simple living..


if you work at McDonald/Wal-mart while living in places like Silicon Valley..
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Dang guys im starting to rent next year for 800 a month.... in the big city.
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Evilshadowx wrote:


Rujikin wrote:


Evilshadowx wrote:

Only place I know where the rent is cheap is where my father lives in Florida. Although he owns a house, he always wants me to move down there cause I would pay 1/4 the price of what I'm paying now for a larger place. But that sun though. Ugh.


For $100K you can get a 3 bedroom 2 bath house in a good neighborhood in the Midwest.


Does it include tornados?


Go closer to the Great Lakes region and definitely not.

No tornadoes like Kansas.

No earthquakes like California.

No poisonous ... tons of things like the SW.

No deserts.

No hurricanes like the Southeast.

No alligators like Florida.

Just varying amounts of snow.
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Ryulightorb wrote:

Australia and it's not a shit hole at all it's rated above America.
Home ownership will eventually be out of reach for the upper middle class everywhere as society grows.

Honestly if you think not being able to own a home unless you make over 100k a year is a sign of being a shithole then that's funny imo.


Making over 100K a year isn't rich, though. It would be in the realm of upper middle class. I wouldn't call it a shithole, but it is kind of sad if you would have to make over 100K a year to to be able to own a home there. There are many areas in the US where you could buy a home for less than 100K. I don't live in one of those areas, but my area is still kind of mid-range and I bought a home in a good area for just a little over three times that. There are areas where the costs are ridiculous too, like New York City and San Francisco.



karatecowboy wrote:

Go closer to the Great Lakes region and definitely not.

No tornadoes like Kansas.

No earthquakes like California.

No poisonous ... tons of things like the SW.

No deserts.

No hurricanes like the Southeast.

No alligators like Florida.

Just varying amounts of snow.


I've been in Cali for almost 2 decades. But, the only earthquake I've experienced was in Oregon.
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