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Rate Lock it is called. No, I will not sell my house for a bigger one if it means giving up this mortgage rate. I also am not interested in 1031 exchanging any rentals since investor rates are really going to suck. New construction has already slowed dramatically so that means even less inventory coming online. This is why higher interest rates historically lead to higher rent rates.
20 minutes ago
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Can confirm I have a 3% mortgage and I am paying 1300 a month for a 2000 square foot home with an in ground pool and 2 car garage. I ain’t leaving.
24 minutes ago
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The biggest problem with this is that housing cost would plummet and any form of middle class american would also be destroyed. With any solution like this (which I am in favor of) would require a huge amount of subsidies for either banks or people but most likely both as banks would have billions of assets evaporate and people would lose half to three fourths of their net worth overnight.
26 minutes ago
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Michael Burry responded to my craigslist ad looking for someone to mow my lawn. "$30 is $30", he said as he continued to mow what was clearly the wrong yard. My neighbor and I shouted at him but he was already wearing muffs. Focused dude. He attached a phone mount onto the handle of his push mower. I was able to sneak a peek and he was browsing Zillow listings in central Wyoming. He wouldn't stop cackling. That is to say, Burry has his fingers in a lot of pies. He makes sure his name is in all the conversations. *I am a bot, and this action was performed automatically. Please [contact the moderators of this subreddit](/message/compose/?to=/r/wallstreetbets) if you have any questions or concerns.*
28 minutes ago
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Yeah wtf am I reading with this "but the stress of monthly payments!!!" I can pay of my house today but I won't because it's retarded. I'll smile everytime I pay that 2.25 rate for the next couple of decades.
30 minutes ago
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Currently looking at a refi, I am net 390K up on my home, gonna take out 200k at some point in the year, put it away, wait for the drop and grab up a few more homes at the bottom. Isnt capitalism great!
30 minutes ago
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We did actually. That’s why the housing costs in all those cosy towns nestled in mountains, ski-areas, and stuff like that has skyrocketed. But as much fun as it seems financially to live somewhere my take-home pay would literally buy me another house every year (just slowly take over the city), we’d like a balance. A lot of us want houses for the goal of starting a family, so that means our kids would be going to the local schools, making local friends and picking things up from them, etc. I’m actually from a small town myself. Unlike some other techies, I am actually used to and unbothered by the way the diesel trucks act towards my luxury sedan in traffic, unbothered by the racism, the strong political views, having to bite my tongue as uninformed people have _very_ strong opinions, that everyone’s parents smoke. But I don’t want my kids learning from that environment. My dad always acted like high education was the default, but I was surrounded by kids just eager to finish high school to go work at the local lumbar mill. Tldr: While it’d be fun to buy up half some shithole city, most of us basically want to live among the smartest people we still can afford a detached house near.
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I'm in the exact same situation. I am almost sure I shouldn't rent my house out, I'm almost positive it would be a bad time. I think I'm still gonna do it. I cant afford 2 mortgages for much longer.
about 1 hour ago
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I am the same way. Would suck to not be able to talk politics, for the rest of my life. Stuck in coastal cities forever
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The irony in your prejudice is a bit funny. I can confidently say, I have never committed a hate crime nor am I homophobic. Though if i were gay, I could see loving a place like Seattle or SF.
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