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Tá mé an tUasal Igein Macántacht Izevbekhai, ionadaí de Aiicco árachais Ltd, a thabhairt dúinn amach ar iasacht chun difríochtaí aonair le muinín agus onóir. Tugaimid iasacht ag ráta úis 3%. má tá suim agat kindly déan teagmháil linn ar an ríomhphost seo cuideachta: igein_h_yizevbekhai@admin.in.th anois chun dul ar aghaidh le do cháipéis aistrithe iasachta ceart go leor. más gá tú iasacht a bhunú le cuideachta nó scoil go bhfuil tú an-fáilte roimh Aiicco árachas cpt.

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I am Mr Igein Honesty Izevbekhai, A representative of Aiicco insurance  Ltd, we  give out loan to individual differences with trust  and honor. We give  loan at 3% interest rate. if you  are interested kindly  contact us on this company email : igein_h_yizevbekhai@admin.in.th  now to proceed with your loan transfer document ok. if you need  loan to establish a company  or school you  are highly  welcome to Aiicco insurance  plc.

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Feb 13, 2013 12:21PM
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Buy a house in this economy! LOL! CA and Nevada was hit hard by the real estate collapse thanks 2 our government. What did they do next Obama bin laden than bails out the big banks, than asks how he can help them more. When the banks finally got on their feet. they snubbed him and his administration and now good luck getting a loan from these monsters. I have been a Realtor in CA since 1998 and I will never buy a home again. I rather flush it down the toilet considering the banking industry has shown that it does not care about Americans and still by its practices do not give a S&^% about homebuyers. Buyers beware BRING CASH ONLY! Banks only care about money they don't care about YOU! Hide your cash in a suitcase buried in a unknown location so they cannot use it for their own agendas! banks cant do nothing if we all don't use them. I know this will not happen but in reality these monsters need to bailout their account holders since as rats in a maze we will not change.
Feb 13, 2013 1:30AM
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I am a real estate appraiser in Michigan.  This is the same article you published two or three months ago.  Try updating your stories with more current and accurate information
Feb 12, 2013 8:20AM
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 I'm a Realtor for RE/MAX in the Springfield, MO area. You can still find a house in any price range and still under $100,000. for a nice house. You'll need a great buyers agent to help stay on top of new inventory (me at eOzark.com) and be ready to pull the trigger (have a lender chosen and be ready to write an offer) when that jewel hits the local multilist. We are so lucky here to have incredible good living conditions and still lower prices. I am hearing buzzes that this may not last much longer because when supply drops, prices start up and interest rates may start to rise also.  
Feb 12, 2013 8:14AM
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Wish there was a way for me to post a pic of our house, which I bought in 1992 from an older couple retiring south, for $28,900.00 and included everything from the microwave to the Cub Cadet. 2 stall garage, 1 acre in the country with an iron free spring water source and 1882 dated hand dug well backup...Western Pennsylvania....Neighbors are mostly deer and wild turkeys, anyone else speaks English...Yeah, it snows..But we do things outside from April til October and beyond, we don't get chewed to bits by buzzing flying critters when we step outside and as humidity is a non issue we don't run from AC to AC...Forgot to mention the property tax rate; $362.00 a year. Heard about this place in a bar.....As 95S10owner stated, 100 grand, for me also, is and was unaffordable...
Feb 12, 2013 7:41AM
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The cheap houses don't really excist for the  actual person that just wants to live in it. Thanks to crooked relators they are all being bought up by investors and mexican drug money here in ca.
Feb 12, 2013 7:24AM
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Costa Rica-Near Volcan Poas-Nice property good view,sorrounded by coffee plantation,total accesible by sedan or bike 5000 sq mt

with landscaping private asking $180,000.negotiable.

Feb 12, 2013 7:19AM
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Demand drives prices. If the place is priced low then it probably is in a location that is less desireable verses the more expensive home. California has high taxes and a high cost of living, but people want to live there for the weather and job opportunities so they pay the price. If you want to live in a place with high humidity summers, freezing cold winters and few jobs then it will cost you less.
Feb 12, 2013 6:37AM
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Ask my Grandparents what $100,000 bought you just 30-40 yrs. ago. The Home shown for              $1 million (too many zero's to write out) could have been purchased for $100,000 just not so long ago.....Government calls it INFLATION and COST of living increases but as a DIS-abled Veteran I can tell you my "Disability" checks don't see those increases to compensate for the Economy or HOUSING markets, not to mention the GAS $ increases.  
Feb 12, 2013 5:29AM
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We couldn't imagine buying a "starter" home, paying $100,000.00 for it, and calling it "affordable". We just bought our first affordable income property last year and we're fixing it up to rent or sell. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, and room to expand upstairs. (It's unfinished) It needed a new furnace, plumbing repairs, and a cosmetic overhaul, but it'll be nice when we're done with it. A previous owner put it new vinyl windows and new vinyl siding previously, so the exterior is looking good. We bought it because it was AFFORDABLE. - $12,900.00 

We don't think $100,000.00 is affordable. We think it's expensive.

Feb 12, 2013 4:17AM
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I'm from Ft Collins,CO and housing there is not cheap.  The house your're listing is not an investment when you consider the land lease it makes it very unaffordable long term.  By the way these fees are not locked in and keep going up every year.  By the time someone wants to retire they have to keep paying these fees and never get out from under it.

A bargin?? I think not!!

Feb 12, 2013 3:59AM
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Decent home for 100 grand possible!? Yeah that would be more impressive if that already wasnt wildly expensive...where's the 50k, 30k houses? Show me them and - if their nice - then I'll be impressed.
Feb 12, 2013 3:01AM
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These houses are not perfect, and they are a bit expensive in today's market. The lumber, the shingles, and size don't make a home; the people living in that house do. I would much rather live in some of these houses rather than in an apartment complex or condo with folks against the walls on both sides.

But, I realize that you must "make do" with what you can afford...and, apartments and condos are not exactly bargains either.

Feb 12, 2013 1:46AM
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Your view of the cost of housing depends on where you are coming from. If you are from NYC, the thought of a $100K home is a dream. If  you come from the mid west, it is probably a nightmare.
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The price of houses is interesting. If you go to sell your home you are not going to get nearly what you think its worth. But heaven help you if it burns down and your insurance has to pay to rebuilt it. My insurance claims it would cost over $166,000 to rebuild my house but its only worth $80,000 on the market. You get shafted no matter what you do.
Jan 15, 2013 12:26PM
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The only decent looking house was in Texas.  The other are dumps.   The "house" in Bend looks like a mobile home conversion.   Bend is extremely cold in the Winter and the Winter is long.   This house would cost you a fortune to heat.   Also, you can find better deals in Phoenix than this condo.
Jan 15, 2013 10:35AM
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Jan 15, 2013 7:57AM
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Several are short sales.  Two are mobile homes.  Several are condos, townhouses or row houses with no garages or even a parking spot.  Some are in questionable neighborhoods.  Come on, get real.  This is not "affordable housing".  This is the fallout from the housing bust. 

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That's 10 K per home.  That is a good deal.
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