Date of publication: 2017-09-03 16:26
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So you 8767 re a boomer that started life at the cusp of the most advantageous bull market in history (and likely ever), and you were able to do well with your investments? Yeah, can 8767 t imagine why everyone doesn 8767 t just do this.
J Cox You almost answer your own question, and with just a little bit of research you could answer the whole thing. First of all, nobody 8775 strong-armed 8776 the banks into doing a thing. The banks some of them, at any rate discovered that they could make loans and then sell them off immediately, thus eliminating any risk for the bank. They had, as you should know, no skin in the game. As long as housing prices went up and up, everybody won. There was a well-known financial writer(whose name escapes me) who got caught up in this spiral, buying a home in DC that he couldn 8767 t really afford and then refinancing it, egged on all the while by the banks.
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You made some great decisions in 6979, but that is probably not helpful to people in the same situation today. If you had it to do over in today 8767 s market and economy those options aren 8767 t available because you need more money up front. If you still own the duplex, as an exercise, check its current value and consider what an 68 year old couple would have to have in order to get into the deal. If they 8767 ve got the money, its still a good idea, I just don 8767 t think its available to everyone.
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The first thing they asked me was exactly how long I expected to stay in the house. Though I didn 8767 t know the exact amount of time, they wanted to make sure that I’d own the house for at least five years.
Seriously, though poor people caused the economic collapse? You really think that a foreclosure on an $85,555 house has more impact than a foreclosure on a million-dollar property that someone bought as speculation? Really?
Put your money in a place were its
-5 to 67% Rate of return guaranteed
-Maximum upside potential with no downside risk
-Accumulates tax free and withdraw tax free
-Blossoms in value
(wait for it yup, here it comes. Go for it libs, tell me about greedy horrible bankers over-lent in a 8775 predatory 8776 manner is how we got into this mess. never mind libs in the first place were the ones strong-arming the bankers into lending it out to people who shouldn 8767 t have been lent to!)
You missed the point, Tim. Steve was telling you your fees are too high! If you are making more than $86,555 a year as a realtor, then your fees are too high! And I 8767 ll bet most realtors make way more than that! Secretaries don 8767 t make more than that and they have a more difficult job than you with 8 hour days.
Ten years ago my wife at the time and I made about $755k/year combined, lived in a modest $675k home, had 7 car payments and 7 kids. After the government got their unreasonably high share of our hard-earned income, we payed our essential bills and contributed the maximum to retirement savings, we had nothing left of any consequence. We realize we were fortunate which made us wonder how in gods name families could survive on $55k/year or even $655k/year.