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Nextdoor Holdings Inc - Class A

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> (all kind of food, League of Legend with 15ms ping, few crimes, cheap WiFi/mobile 4G, etc) Just not, like, jobs or prosperity or anything. Reddit's priorities, everyone.
23 minutes ago
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Bullshit. Sheds and garages are being retrofitted to be $800+/mo "studio apartments". No one's wasting that kind of passive income on their child.
about 1 hour ago
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same i feel millennials and gen z are kind of in the same boat except many millennials were still trying to follow in the tradition of their boomer parents somewhat before they just gave up
about 1 hour ago
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Single family home, bought it in July of 2020 (so kind of at the start) however I still see a lot of houses in the area for 170-200k. Super plus is we’re 2 miles from city center
about 1 hour ago
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2.75% here, bought 3 years ago. After the current market jump I have over 50% in equity in my house. Purchased for $350k in 2018, could sell for just over $500k now. Owe less than $250k. I expect some kind of housing price drop, but there really isn't any point to sell right now as it would be a downward move with a 5-6% rate. Monthly payment is $2,300 all in, I pay an extra $100/month toward principle so $2,400, I could probably lease it for $3,500/month. 5 bed, 4 bath, 80' lot, 3200sf, 2 stories. Houston area.
about 2 hours ago
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It was kind of hard to believe since my industry is feeling the effects of material shortages. But, maybe it does make since as we mark everything up because of the higher prices.
about 2 hours ago
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None by choice. 1 big city 6-7largest in USA, but shares mentality of small southern town. 1 small town college town- them people never been outside their state. They are lovely if you have certain qualities about you, or your skin, which I do, or your belief, which we do not share, but even hyenas are kind to their kind.
about 2 hours ago
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Too true! I bought 3.5 years ago, refinanced down to a 2.6%, have no reason to sell. Can't even find rent for the price of the mortgage. I think many people will be hanging on to their homes not making any changes, particularly through any kind of recession.
about 2 hours ago
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Depends on the person holding the property. Prices/Equity went up anywhere from 5-20% in one or two years, a reversion of that same amount could make people rethink their long term strategy, and depending on what kind of loan they got (5yr ARM), could very well lead them to sell.
about 3 hours ago
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To be fair, we only just finally started to deal with the Lead, and only kind of.
about 3 hours ago
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