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    the other day it is all better????????????
    Guess he did not see this.

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    better than what!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake View Post
    better than what!

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    Damn....that's freekin crazy....and things still haven't hit bottom...people are still loosing jobs...and 10% unemployment is a joke...the people who's unemployment has run out are never counted. I bet it's closer to 20...

    Where are all those people living? Are they cutting some kind of deal with the bank or does the bank just boot them out and let the house sit vacant?

    BTW.....pretty much take it for granted that anything that pos potus says is about opposite of truth and reality.
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    Ill say it again Do you know anyone that is doing better now then in 07/08 NOT ME.
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    Quote Originally Posted by baja1000 View Post
    Ill say it again Do you know anyone that is doing better now then in 07/08 NOT ME.
    GM and the Banks. Meanwhile, my CC interest rates have more than doubled to 25.9% and 29.99%.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gravyboat View Post
    GM and the Banks. Meanwhile, my CC interest rates have more than doubled to 25.9% and 29.99%.
    Imagine that. I don't remember the clowns in DC stating that part of the legislation that was going to absolutely screw every consumer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EVILFORCE View Post
    the other day it is all better????????????
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    A Frightening Satellite Tour Of America's Foreclosure Wastelands
    Anybody want to speculate why Florida and California make up most of that list? I think CA is fairly obvious, but not sure about Florida.

    Oh, and your avatar is really distrubing! Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redneckcharlie View Post
    Anybody want to speculate why Florida and California make up most of that list? I think CA is fairly obvious, but not sure about Florida.

    Oh, and your avatar is really distrubing! Lol.
    I don't know about Florida. But here in So Cal they were building new housing tracts every where. The banks were given away loans to anybody that could sign on the dotted line with a no interest loans for 5-10 years. Now that the house payments are higher people are just walking away. Same thing happened in Vegas. Kinda like the boating industry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Havasu1986 View Post
    I don't know about Florida. But here in So Cal they were building new housing tracts every where. The banks were given away loans to anybody that could sign on the dotted line with a no interest loans for 5-10 years. Now that the house payments are higher people are just walking away. Same thing happened in Vegas. Kinda like the boating industry.
    I recognize all that part of it. It's just really strange that CA and FL are all over that top twenty list. I can see the correlation to available land but the availability to put up tracts is pretty much anywhere in the US except for the majorly dense population areas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redneckcharlie View Post
    I recognize all that part of it. It's just really strange that CA and FL are all over that top twenty list. I can see the correlation to available land but the availability to put up tracts is pretty much anywhere in the US except for the majorly dense population areas.
    All of the cities in CA with maybe the exception being Vallejo had plenty of room to expand. #7 Riverside is about 15 miles east of me. People were moving out that way for "affordable" homes when the new housing boom hit about 8-10 years ago. And now that most of the homes out in the Inland Empire are underwater. People are just walking away. Some didn't even loose their jobs. They just figured everyone else is walking, why can't they. There have been some threads on this subject in the open water section the last couple years. Its happening in my area also, and these are 700k -million dollar homes.

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    It's all good though. No problems here. Move along.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Havasu1986 View Post
    All of the cities in CA with maybe the exception being Vallejo had plenty of room to expand. #7 Riverside is about 15 miles east of me. People were moving out that way for "affordable" homes when the new housing boom hit about 8-10 years ago. And now that most of the homes out in the Inland Empire are underwater. People are just walking away. Some didn't even loose their jobs. They just figured everyone else is walking, why can't they. There have been some threads on this subject in the open water section the last couple years. Its happening in my area also, and these are 700k -million dollar homes.
    That sucks. I feel for all those that are getting screwed by no fault of there own. And I'm not referring to those that are simply walking because the deal is bad now. We've been fairly lucky. My value is up just under 20% since 08, but I'm sure it's because there are very few available lots where I'm at and the turn over rate for homes is very small.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redneckcharlie View Post
    Anybody want to speculate why Florida and California make up most of that list? I think CA is fairly obvious, but not sure about Florida.

    Oh, and your avatar is really distrubing! Lol.
    I lived in FL in th mid 70's about the time of the gas shortage. The booming economy just compeltely stopped overnight. This seem to be somewhat typical of FL. When the economy booms, folks from the north and midwest flock their way south and FL booms. When the economy dips, everything goes to hell.

    We lived in Bonita Springs on the Gulf Coast in 1975, small farm/fishing town with a Dog Track. In 2000 the place had grown to highrise condos and golf course communities where there had been nothing but swamp and marshland. OUtside of tourism and winter citizens, there is little industry.

    I'm sure SBjet or other FL citizens can give more insight, but to me, as goes the national economy, so goes Florida.
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