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ChuckcZar

@teksavvy.com
reply to hm

Re: Voltage Versus Teksavvy, Round 2 Continued

With the present real estate crash this gives owners even more incentive to sell before losing their house/houses and declaring personal bankruptcy. Renting is in and owning is out for probably the better part of the next 25 years. Remember the owner gets the letter not the renter. Renters will be the *new* upper class.



An0nym0us

@acanac.net

said by ChuckcZar :

With the present real estate crash this gives owners even more incentive to sell before losing their house/houses and declaring personal bankruptcy. Renting is in and owning is out for probably the better part of the next 25 years. Remember the owner gets the letter not the renter. Renters will be the *new* upper class.

you're kidding right?


CanadianRip

join:2009-07-15
Oakville, ON
reply to ChuckcZar

said by ChuckcZar :

With the present real estate crash this gives owners even more incentive to sell before losing their house/houses and declaring personal bankruptcy. Renting is in and owning is out for probably the better part of the next 25 years. Remember the owner gets the letter not the renter. Renters will be the *new* upper class.

I'm pretty sure if you mortgage for 25 years, your mortgage payment will be $ 0 at the end and your Rent payment will be chugging along.

I'd love to see your math on how that works out though.


hm

@videotron.ca

said by CanadianRip:

I'd love to see your math on how that works out though.

I think that would require a couple of hits of acid.

Ree

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reply to CanadianRip

said by CanadianRip:

I'm pretty sure if you mortgage for 25 years, your mortgage payment will be $ 0 at the end and your Rent payment will be chugging along.

I'd love to see your math on how that works out though.

Straying off-topic, but the math isn't as simple as that. Rent may be cheaper, houses have additional costs (property tax, maintenance, possible to rent with heat and hydro included so that could be extra if you own), home values may depreciate, many people like to upgrade so they end up paying a mortgage for far longer than 25 years...the list goes on.

Personally I still prefer owning to renting, but renting isn't as horrible an idea as some people think.


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reply to hm

said by hm :

said by CanadianRip:

I'd love to see your math on how that works out though.

I think that would require a couple of hits of acid.

I'd like a sprinke of blue microdots on that fantasy ice cream cone please.
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funny0

join:2010-12-22
reply to An0nym0us

said by An0nym0us :

said by ChuckcZar :

With the present real estate crash this gives owners even more incentive to sell before losing their house/houses and declaring personal bankruptcy. Renting is in and owning is out for probably the better part of the next 25 years. Remember the owner gets the letter not the renter. Renters will be the *new* upper class.

you're kidding right?

WRONG
you get a net account you get one in your name
thats yours not suddenly a home owners liability cause if that the case as its his house he can then bar you form allowing cable or phone lines into your rooms ....
and paint the walls to prevent wireless signals.

ME thinks that won't be popular...NOR is the law....

you own a car , i rent it and smash it
your saying the owner of the car is liable?
LOL nope i am....


ChuckcZar

@teksavvy.com
reply to An0nym0us

Toronto real estate crash in present time.

»guava.ca/

Under over is a 40 percent decline for houses and 65 percent for condominiums.