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Aug 17, 2014 3:31AM
My daughter recently paid cash for her home--she's only 33 years old.  She scrimped, saved, and sacrificed to save up the money.  Part of her sacrifice included living in my unfinished basement with her bed by the furnace.  We live in Wisconsin, so imagine trying to sleep with a furnace kicking on and off through the night a few feet from the footboard.  Where there's a will, there's a way.
Aug 16, 2014 10:43PM

Where are the asians getting cash to buy with ALL cash?


Jul 16, 2014 7:10AM
Many Americans don't even have the 20% down payment!  High home prices are bad for Americans period.  No money left for consumer goods, services and vacations.  This summer, I went to Grand Canyon National Park, I mostly saw foreigners.  Sad.
Jul 16, 2014 1:50AM
These homes are dumps, with the exception of the home in Raleigh. Laugh out loud. NC will hose you down for taxes every time you turn around. Will not vote for Mcrory again. He's as CROOKED as a three dollar bill.
Jul 8, 2014 9:56AM
Ha!  These are all hysterically overpriced compared to the home in and around Houston.  You can get a 5 bedroom 4 bath home on a golf course for $500,000.  Nice try....
Jul 8, 2014 9:54AM
I saw this article and thought that house was a Portland house if I ever saw one. So I clicked on it and no surprise #9 is in Portland, OR.  For all the Negative Nellie's, areas of North Portland can be beautiful, lovely old historic neighborhoods with huge tree lined streets. Having said that, we have our share of urban blight and problems like everywhere else. Why people still flock here: incredible food, bookstores, the coast, the Columbia Gorge, Mt Hood and a parks system that's second to none. 
Jul 8, 2014 8:54AM
Skip Califckya...those houses can be had for a lot less in more pleasant states. Safer states too. Ditto for the one in Seattle.

Denver house is nice, but...Denver?

Jul 8, 2014 7:38AM
You left off Fort Wayne, Indiana, south-side.  Very reasonable houses built from the 1940s -- world war II era housing that is great as a starter home and retiree home. 
Jul 8, 2014 6:18AM
I think most of those properties shown are grossly overpriced.  I designed and built better homes for much less. 
Jul 8, 2014 4:19AM
Who makes these stupid articles. They don't need to say the difference between cash or non-cash.  They can just do non-cash because the normal person doesn't have 200,000 just sitting in their bank account. 
Jul 8, 2014 3:42AM
The cash buyers are all in distressed areas-where urban blight has destroyed entire neighborhoods.  Fortunately the Chinese recognize that blacks cannot destroy the ground itself and are snapping up those abandoned homes by the thousands.  They know that these people will drift off to some other area eventually and in the long term they will get big returns on their investments.
Jul 8, 2014 12:04AM
Survey's are fake , peoples opinion's are fake, the reports are fake, everything is fake , and probably the houses themselves are fake.. anybody got a dollar for a cheeseburger?
Jul 7, 2014 11:25PM
haha - this list's inclusion of SF at no.7 is hilarious... I live in SF - there is no effing way that place is less than 1.2 m.... Maybe they meant 10 years ago?  oh well, Denver is still awesome
Jul 3, 2014 7:22AM
If they are going to stick a survey (that you can't delete) over the photos then I don't want to see the article anyway.
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