2011.09.09 22:34 caamando Morristown
2011.12.12 14:49 dcnurse DC Rentals
2023.05.31 18:17 craigeryjohn 5 bedroom House available for rent by owner now
2023.05.30 09:01 kitoriley23 Residents can be colorful!
What do you think of this home? https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/1350-E-Elm-St-Springfield-MO-65802/50233269_zpid/?utm_source=txtsharesubmitted by kitoriley23 to zillowgonewild [link] [comments]
2023.05.27 22:26 TonyLiberty The average cost to buy a house vs. the average cost to rent, visualized over 50 years:
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2023.05.27 15:39 thestocksking THE COST OF BUYING VS RENTING IN AMERICA
If you had bought your home between 2010 and 2019 you would be doing great. Buying in 2023 is very expensive as you can see in the graph. The cost to buy which includes principle, interest, taxes and insurance is much higher than renting these days. Some say prices of homes outta come down. I say renting cost will go higher in the coming few years. What do you think?submitted by thestocksking to Wallstreetbetsnew [link] [comments]
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2023.05.27 01:42 ChristopherBanker Recent rental listing, self-proclaimed "Affordable Housing". Can this be for real? $3400 for 420sqft.
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2023.05.26 14:00 serbiatch735 A house with no mortgage WOULD be great. But that’s not how life works, grifter. 🙄
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2023.05.26 08:14 Mundane_Plum_1621 Who is renting those expensive big houses?
I was looking for apartments via renting apps and saw a very expensive house on the market. For sure it's a big house with 5 rooms and I know the rent must be expensive. But $9,500? Really? Just curious, if they are able to afford $9,500 per month, why don't they just buy their own house? What kind of renters go for this type of expensive big house?submitted by Mundane_Plum_1621 to bayarea [link] [comments]
2023.05.25 22:38 UncouthRuffian Are my apartment search filters unrealistic for SE?
2023.05.25 19:30 yawara25 [Satire] Remember, it can still get worse
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2023.05.24 01:56 realdevtest WSB forgot to include wages in the graph so I added it in
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2023.05.24 00:15 Lego_Engineer Renter opportunities in owner foreclosure
2023.05.23 21:46 hotsauce-9099 Average cost to buy a house (EMI) vs Average cost to rent
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2023.05.23 20:33 Jaie_E Rentiods Stay Winning
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2023.05.23 18:37 NoMoreLandBro WSB forgot to include wages in the graph so I added it in
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2023.05.23 17:43 New-Work-139 Average cost to buy a house (EMI) vs Average cost to rent
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2023.05.23 17:02 bawalibaba Average cost to buy a house (EMI) vs Average cost to rent
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2023.05.21 08:07 pleiotropycompany Zillow lists same property twice - $140K different in price.
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2023.05.21 03:39 NDVGuy Best ways to find apartments or property managers downtown?
2023.05.16 23:20 yolorehab Market Recap - 5/16/23 - schizophrenic trade continues
The Fedsubmitted by yolorehab to wallstreetbets [link] [comments]
Fed speaker highlights:
Mester: I need to see more evidence that inflation is coming down. Data show us rates not at sufficiently restrictive level. We know part of the total rate increase has not affected the economy yet. I would like the policy rate to get to a point where it could equally be a potential increase or decrease. I don't think we're at that hold rate yet.
Williams: Economy starting to get back to more normal patterns. Inflation is moving gradually in the right direction. Current banking situation is nothing like the 2008 banking crisis.
Barkin: Most people I talk to anticipate a downturn over the coming quarters.
Job market likely remain tight for a while - "Several of the Fed bank presidents here have said they have talk to the CEOs in their district, and they are afraid of losing workers because it was so hard to find them after the pandemic. So they're going to hold on to people as long as possible"
April sales missed expectation (mostly from gas) but core sales (ex- auto and gas) beat. Overall good for disinflation but also not really since core sales is very strong.
In April, retail sales increased by 0.4% compared to the estimated growth of 0.8%. The previous month's sales were revised from a decline of 0.7% to a decline of 1%, indicating a slight improvement. Excluding automobile sales, retail sales also grew by 0.4%, matching the estimated growth and recovering from a decline of 0.5% in the previous month. When excluding both automobile and gasoline sales, retail sales increased by 0.6%, surpassing the estimated growth of 0.2% and recovering from a decline of 0.5% in the previous month. The control group, which is a significant factor for calculating GDP, experienced a growth of 0.7%, exceeding the estimated growth of 0.3% and recovering from a decline of 0.4% in the previous month.
As a result of recent hawkish Fed speakers and stronger than expected economic data (sales and also industry output). A June hike probability is rising to 22%.
Also bad news from Canada, April CPI 4.4% vs. 4.1% expected.
Quite a few GDP revision today.
Atlanta Fed revised down their Q2 GDP growth forecast slightly to 2.6% from 2.7%
GS: “.. Following today’s data, we boosted our Q2 #GDP tracking estimate by two tenths to +2.0% (qoq ar) ..”
MS: “…we were tracking -1.3% annualized contraction in real PCE in 2Q23 and real GDP at -0.1%. Incorporating upward revisions to March retail sales, paired with more weakness n motor vehicle and gasoline sales for April, we raise our real PCE tracking to -1.0% and GDP to +0.2%.”
US industrial production output unexpectedly beat expectation (both China and EU missed expectation as I mentioned in yesterday's post).
Headline Industrial Production rose 0.5% MoM in April (up from the 0.5% MoM rise in March and well ahead of the 0.0% change expected). Production of autos & trucks increased 14.5% m/m in April and is near an all-time high. If this continues, the added supply should help bring down car prices, and in turn, help bring down core inflation.
Homebuilder sentiment has returned to a neutral level of 50 after being negative for nearly a year. This improvement is driven by better present sales conditions. It is worth noting that despite mortgage rates (green) not experiencing a significant decline, sentiment in the homebuilding industry has improved throughout 2023.
The revival of the housing market against all odds is a positive development. The housing market's status as a leading indicator for economic health suggests that this resurgence could be a promising sign for overall economic growth. The improved sentiment among house builders further strengthens this signal, indicating potential economic recovery.
According to Zillow's forecast model, U.S. home prices are projected to increase by 4.8% between April 2023 and April 2024. This projection has been revised upward from 1.7% in March, indicating a more optimistic outlook for home prices. However, the forecast also suggests that there will be approximately 4.36 million existing home sales in calendar year 2023, which is 13% fewer than the previous year.
The schizophrenic trade continues. BoA fund manager survey showed that global fund managers are optimistic but also pessimistic, and their sector sentiment is complete opposite of market performance. Did BoA just surveyed Cramer instead?
FMs are very optimistic about soft landing
FMs are also very pessimistic about economic/equity outlook
They OW bonds which performed poorly in May
They UW real estate which (home builders) are approaching new highs
Bonds and equity performance is the complete opposite of their positioning
A hawkish Fed is now the biggest tail risk
HD is down due to weak revenue and guidance.Discretionary sector is likely to continue slowing down throughout the year.
ZION raised their CD interest rate to 5.25%. Someone needed cash.
GS: “.. the odds of agreement are very low so if the meeting produces headlines they are more likely to be negative .. Our central scenario is still that the Treasury’s cash balance will drop to minimal levels from June 8-13 ..”
FMs are more concerned about debt ceiling today then they were in April
My positions have not changed.
2023.05.16 20:08 spankym ISO 3/2 house to rent
2023.05.15 20:54 kmbark Friend’s realtor pictured the wrong house
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2023.05.14 04:53 purple9g9 yall the nazis house is for sale
where the nazi lives was listed 2 days ago lolsubmitted by purple9g9 to Eugene [link] [comments]