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How much of your house do you own?
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12-21-2016 04:19 PM

 



Post: #46
RE: How much of your house do you own?
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Get a nice mobile home and find a mobile home park with a fair pricing model.

My dad has a nice double wide that cost him about 90 grand, he bought it a couple years used and it's actually a six digit home. The lot rent in his park is about 200 a month and the landlord takes the property taxes and school taxes for the whole park and divides it by the number of occupied lots. Each tenant pays their share of the tax and it's very low because there are like 100 tenants in the park.

Even if he got kicked out, he still owns the home and can take it with him. Of course that would be a major pain in the rear, but it's the principle of the thing. It's still his, whether or not he owns the land.

The hard part is finding a good park owner who does things like this. While the park he's at has a very low lot rent, there's another smaller park in town that is charging 3x as much and is still raising their rates. The people over there are miserable.

The stigma attached to mobile home parks "trailer trash" and all, is undeserved. Or at least not every park is like that. The owner of the park where my dad lives has lots of rules and regulations. No blaring loud music, pets have to be registered. No pit bulls. No digging holes or junk on the lots. Lots of rules and regs, but it's for the best as it keeps the bad apples out. It's mostly retirees and it's a nice place to live. I want to get in there too.

The biggest problem with mobile homes is devaluation. Like I said above, my dad got a good deal, because the home had lost like 15 to 20% of it's value after only a couple years. A lot of people see homes as an investment and intend to sell for profit when they move out - but you can't do that with a mobile.

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12-21-2016 04:31 PM

 



Post: #47
RE: How much of your house do you own?
When do the Native Americans get justice?

When you scream "Hey, you are taxing my land to the point of taking it!"

How can you ask for justice with a clean mind? Did you forget what your grandparents did? They willingly took/used stolen land. You are still on that land. How can you say that land is yours? How can you ask for more than just leasing it until you right a past wrong?
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12-21-2016 04:33 PM

 



Post: #48
RE: How much of your house do you own?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-21-2016 04:31 PM)
When do the Native Americans get justice?

When you scream "Hey, you are taxing my land to the point of taking it!"

How can you ask for justice with a clean mind? Did you forget what your grandparents did? They willingly took/used stolen land. You are still on that land. How can you say that land is yours? How can you ask for more than just leasing it until you right a past wrong?

You deserve no profit on your land until a great genocide is paid for justly.
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12-21-2016 04:36 PM

 



Post: #49
RE: How much of your house do you own?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-21-2016 04:33 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-21-2016 04:31 PM)
When do the Native Americans get justice?

When you scream "Hey, you are taxing my land to the point of taking it!"

How can you ask for justice with a clean mind? Did you forget what your grandparents did? They willingly took/used stolen land. You are still on that land. How can you say that land is yours? How can you ask for more than just leasing it until you right a past wrong?

You deserve no profit on your land until a great genocide is paid for justly.

This land will be cursed by various means, various convoluted means, until justice is paid.
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12-21-2016 05:15 PM

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Post: #50
RE: How much of your house do you own?
I have taken over the whole neighborhood just by walking around like Vince McMahon . try it ....it works. lol

You know what, when teotwawki happens, I'm gonna team up with all the stray pets and we will survive on bbq pig meat.
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12-21-2016 05:18 PM

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12-21-2016 05:35 PM

 



Post: #52
RE: How much of your house do you own?
We own it free and clear of any mortgages.
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Post: #53
RE: How much of your house do you own?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-21-2016 05:35 PM)
We own it free and clear of any mortgages.
NOPE, the COUNTY owns it and YOU Pay them Annual TAX Rent!
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12-21-2016 05:37 PM

 



Post: #54
RE: How much of your house do you own?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-21-2016 02:53 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-21-2016 11:14 AM)
I call bullshit on the article.

He claims that in 1964 , his dad bought the house for about $28,000 and it had a 25 year mortgage, which was paid off by his mom....which takes us to the year 1989......and then he claims the monthly property taxes were $450 , which is almost $5000 a year ......this does not make any sense, unless they were living in 1 of the most prestigious areas on earth, in a mansion with 100 acres of land.


I would guess that the author is a bullshitter, or his parents were living beyond their means and needed to find a home they could afford to upkeep.

$28,000 in 1964 has the purchasing power of $217,996.26 in today's money. The house was in no way cheap.

I didnt say the house was cheap...I said the property taxes per year, did not make sense , as they were way to high. My home is appraised at $200, 255 and my yearly taxes are UNDER $1000,,,,the author is a bullshitter.
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12-21-2016 05:37 PM

 



Post: #55
RE: How much of your house do you own?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-21-2016 05:35 PM)
We own it free and clear of any mortgages.

The trailer?
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12-21-2016 05:39 PM

 



Post: #56
RE: How much of your house do you own?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-21-2016 09:15 AM)
Yawn.



i know...huh? this sh!t gets brought up all the time. we know numerous singles...couples and families that are in apartments and would love to have the third acre we live on as apposed to the intrusiveness that comes with multiple family box livin. with that said...those that we know with a home and/or property with it NEVER wish to be livin in a box with a bunch of other sardines. we're even able to have friends n relatives pull in with campers or trailers to visit and there's plenty of room. besides age or complete debilitation there are no reasons for me to ever be envious of apartment or trailer park dwellers. i also don't feel the need to rag on them either as everyone has to do what they can to live as comfortable as they can. i just don't get the constant need to bring up and demonize where others live. what the f%ck is wrong with those that feel and act upon the need for ridicule of where others live?


bunch of douchewaffles. Qrgibhqd
eatinmraw
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12-21-2016 05:42 PM

 



Post: #57
RE: How much of your house do you own?
Fukunova  Wrote: (12-21-2016 11:10 AM)
So you live a happy life in your own home you paid for.
You worked your ass of your entire life, only to die in that same house.

Then someone else will buy your house, for a much higher price, since the owner before (you) put so much money in it took make it look better, and feel more like 'home', So you will feel special about yourself.

Consume you fools! We want you to feel better about yourself! You are so special! Everyone is so fvcking special..



*Why is this pinned?



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12-21-2016 05:57 PM

 



Post: #58
RE: How much of your house do you own?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-21-2016 11:14 AM)
I call bullshit on the article.

He claims that in 1964 , his dad bought the house for about $28,000 and it had a 25 year mortgage, which was paid off by his mom....which takes us to the year 1989......and then he claims the monthly property taxes were $450 , which is almost $5000 a year ......this does not make any sense, unless they were living in 1 of the most prestigious areas on earth, in a mansion with 100 acres of land.


I would guess that the author is a bullshitter, or his parents were living beyond their means and needed to find a home they could afford to upkeep.

Nope, actually sounds like the home was located in Texas. Here in near and around cities, property owners pay very high taxes. I pay close to $6,000 per year.
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12-21-2016 06:01 PM

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12-21-2016 06:13 PM

 



Post: #60
RE: How much of your house do you own?
I bought my house in the crash of 2007. My house was previously foreclosed on a $64K loan and I bought it for $17K cash. The deed to my home is in my hands, not the hands of a bank. Next year, I will pay at the most, $300 for my property taxes. That is for a year. So, I'll pay that amount to not have rent or a landlord hoovering over me.

On the other hand:

In Ohio there was a court ruling that it is unconstitutional to pay property taxes for schools. I wonder if I should try that out with the court ruling behind me. Technically, no one in Ohio should be paying property taxes for schools. 60% of my property taxes are for the local school district so you can see why I 'm annoyed about having to pay this tax and now I don't even have kids in the school system!

Fifteen (Now 20!) years have passed since the Ohio Supreme Court first ruled that the state’s system of funding schools is unconstitutional, and Ohio is again waiting for a governor to roll out a new formula touted as bold and transformative.

On March 24, 1997, Justice Francis E. Sweeney wrote for the 4-3 majority: “By our decision today, we send a clear message to lawmakers: The time has come to fix the system. Let there be no misunderstanding. Ohio’s public school-financing scheme must undergo a complete systematic overhaul.”

Some continue to argue that the state’s school-funding system remains unconstitutional, but the Supreme Court has not ruled on the matter since the court handed down its fourth decision against the state in December 2002, when the majority also surrendered jurisdiction of what became known as the “DeRolph” case, after the parent who filed it.


http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/...g-fix.html
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