DogsOfWar

DogsOfWar

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1 day ago @ Crasstalk - Whiz Bang Weekend Thread · 8 replies · +7 points

The internet thinks this is the woman. http://ediblesmagazine.com/edibles/alison-ettel-c...

1 day ago @ Crasstalk - Whiz Bang Weekend Thread · 0 replies · +13 points

Cockroaches hide from the light.

1 day ago @ Crasstalk - Whiz Bang Weekend Thread · 0 replies · +7 points

It is known.

1 day ago @ Crasstalk - Whiz Bang Weekend Thread · 4 replies · +11 points

It starts with asking to speak with a manager, it progresses to calling the cops on children. Does she call the cops on kids with lemonade stands too?

1 day ago @ Crasstalk - Whiz Bang Weekend Thread · 0 replies · +3 points

Some areas don't drop as much or do just plateau but there are very, very few areas like that. No matter what the market is if demand drops and supply increases then prices will go down.

1 day ago @ Crasstalk - Whiz Bang Weekend Thread · 0 replies · +3 points

I don't think people are as highly leveraged this time around so when prices drop we shouldn't have quite so many people under water and stranded. If we can get a housing bubble burst without a massive economy collapse that leads to job losses that would be nice.

1 day ago @ Crasstalk - Whiz Bang Weekend Thread · 2 replies · +3 points

Also, the city names are generally the metropolitan statistical area. There are always parts of each area that are ahead or behind other areas. The real sign of over heating is when areas that were behind start to run up even with traditionally over heated areas.

I have noticed a slowing of the frenzy. People seem to have hit the upper limit and aren't willing or able to pay $1M for an empty 5000 square foot lot. That may not be the sign of a full down turn but a needed price correction.

1 day ago @ Crasstalk - Whiz Bang Weekend Thread · 0 replies · +3 points

The graphic is from Dec 2017 which means the data was probably for the few months before it was made. So the data is 9-12 months old. It's more useful for identifying the phases of the housing cycle.

1 day ago @ Crasstalk - Whiz Bang Weekend Thread · 0 replies · +3 points

I should note this is from Dec 2017 and a lot has happened in the last six months.