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2014-04-14 08:33:29 PM
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2014-04-14 10:42:20 PM
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acad1228: Yeah, I know. Paying $625 a month for my three bedroom, two bath house on an oversized lot next to a school and a fire station is just unbearable. Of course, this is in small town, OK. so I guess I'll just have to deal with it. Did I mention that my mechanic's shop is just around the corner? My electrician is across the street, next to the day-care. The grocery store and the minor emergency facility are two blocks up.

Wait, what was I complaining about?



I believe you were saying you were stuck in small town OK.
2014-04-14 08:25:21 PM
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Rents go up as wages go down. Can't explain that.
2014-04-14 08:16:15 PM
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ElLoco: "Whatever the market will bear" economics. It won't drop as long as there are people who will pay it.


or are so desperate to find a place to live they will pay for overpriced crappy places *cough Austin, Tx cough cough*
2014-04-14 04:55:35 PM
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Hey, we've been told for at least the last 2 decades that constantly-increasing real estate prices are the only valid measure of the health of the economy.

What the hell do you expect?
 
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