Commercial vehical loans

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  1. rick imby
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    Step one---Buy house and pay it off asap.. Step two buy another house move into it and pay it off asap. When you need big money get mortgage on paid off house---When house #2 is paid off buy another house and move into it--- Keep at it, money is always easy to borrow this way...
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    Ah-- I Was going to post something-- but it would only get moved to the hanging Chad room.. so ill just occupy my time by adding another layer to my tin foil hat :eekk: :lol:

    Carry on--
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    Where were you and this advice 30 years ago?
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    Great advise- just don't get divorced. :dejection:

    Damn! In 2008 you could by a condo/towwnhouse in East bay area, near Joe Applebee's for as low as 50k, but getting a loan then was near impossible.
    Sadly I seem to have money, yet not enough, when prices are high and NO money when prices were low. :hopeless:
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    Still kicking myself for not buying a Princeville condo for $225
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    Small condos near my shop were in the 90-100k range in 1988 when my wife sold hers.
    If they were in the 50s in 2008 I must have been in a coma.
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    I think the condo I saw at the 50k price wasn't in a safe areas. The possibiliy of daily muggings and burgurires would have added to the cost of ownership-- that' one reason I didn't buy. :errf:
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    Yes I lost one house and a fourplex after 10 years of marriage. She got the fourplex and I got the mortgage... That was 20+ years ago.
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    Some of us never came out of our coma..
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    Good stuff right there.

    We’ve had plenty available at a reasonable rate by opening a HELOC. The Bancorp is always happy to fund the modest finds I come up with too.
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    Doing it---I started in 1987.... About the time you were born? grin
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    Charge it to the game. Or just go vlm
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    1965..
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    hows the new Butler treating you?
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    Absolutely love it, looking to get another one real soon.
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    The only thing I would do differently is go with the butler inline vac filter, and get a live freshwater reel.
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    Who will man that one?
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    Good honest hard working college kids.
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    Good luck with that!
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    Your always so encouraging and happy to see our success NOT.... lol whatever
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