Hello Flyover States

| June 12, 2018
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It has been an adventurous few days as my hard drive decided to stop working and I am now getting back on track so expect a flurry of posts.

Pictured below is a beautiful 6,350 square foot home in San Fransisco.

2219 Stock Street

san francisco housing market over asking price million dollars 1

Any guesses on the asking price?

$7.99 Million.

Any guesses on the final price?

$9.6 Million.

This ‘overbid‘ was the highest so far this year.

Don’t worry you can buy these condemned houses for just over $1 Million.

Or you can plunk down a measly $500,000 for this 385 square foot studio.

No really – these are true stories and real prices.

The best bet may be to figure out how to work remotely and move to the Midwest for find affordable shelter.

The aggregate saving on housing versus San Francisco is 73%!

 

Stay Tuned, Disciplined & Patient! {TJM}

The Investor & Character Equation (ICE) | S + R = O

 

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