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Wow, Wully are you really THAT stupid??
If you're a LL with a positive cash flow it doesn't really matter how much potential equity has been gained or lost...unless you have to sell, and why sell an asset that continues to have a positive cash flow?No reason.
I laugh every time I see some dipshit like Keegs pretending that all the homeowners on here are "crying about lost equity."If I bought a home for $82K well before the bubble, and during the bubble the absurd, pretend "value" went to $185K, and then after the crash it went back down to $135K, I haven't "lost" anything...I'm not interested in selling now and wasn't then. But in some of your B-Tard's feeble minds, you act as if this "drop" in equity of $50K since the peak, in the space of 4 years means I "lost" $2K per month...as if it was taken out of my bank ridiculously stupid. My house payment didn't magically go from $950 a month to $2,950 a month just because an unrealistic value was assigned to it temporarily! The only real thing that happened was my payment went down because the escrow account for the property taxes & insurance was now overfunded due to the drop in assessment...so my payment actually went down about $25!
Friends and I used to our heads at the frenzy that was going on 5 years ago...we knew it wasn't real, in the sense that it couldn't continue like it was.
I have yet to see a single person on this forum that owns any homes "cry" about "lost equity."
I guess that what people like you, CS and Keegs have to do to pretend others are as miserable as you are.
Sorry that you life is going so bad. I'm just fine, and have nothing to cry about. When my house is paid off well before the end of this decade, idiots like Keegy will still be paying someone else's mortgage, and crowing about how much they're "saving" while they could've had a paid off residence by then. Meanwhile, I'll be enjoying having a home in which my cost (excluding maintenance) will run about $200 a month, for property taxes and finding a rental for THAT amount!