February 20, 2007

From $605,000 to $524,000 and lower, and lower, and lower

12 comments:

Stuck in So Pa said...

God, is this kid screwed. Bought a bigger place already, BEFORE he sold his old one.

Nice of daddy not to take the 6% out of his son's hide. I wonder if daddy sold it to him in the first place!

christiangustafson said...
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Anonymous said...

i work with people in chicago who have put themselves in that position. "stupid is as stupid does"

Anonymous said...

I wouldnt give you 100k for a Dublin shi@box.

LauraVella said...
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bubbleglum said...

I wish she would have asked the fool who offered $490K what he does for a living.

i am anonymous said...

A condo in Dublin for more than 500K???

It'll be less than 300K before you know it!

Anonymous said...

"I wonder if daddy sold it to him in the first place!
"

Of course daddy sold it to him...
Down they BOTH go. Like pappa like son.

keith said...

A lot of people, a lot of families, got rich on the way up. If they sold, if they got out.

During the crash, a lot of people, and a lot of families, will be financially destroyed. Husbands and wives will fight. Fathers will blame sons and visa versa.

It's no fun on the way down. No fun.

Anonymous said...

what is Dublin?

Anonymous said...

Hey, tell sony that I'll give him a 1990 Acura to tune up for that POS condo. I even throw in a bowl of rice

marco said...

I wish she would have asked the fool who offered $490K what he does for a living.

I dunno, but I just ran the numbers and I'm guessing it would be nice if s/he earned $150k-$165k/year, 2 years consecutive. My gut tells me that is not the case though.