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Originally Posted by skeddy View Post
it's only a crisis for those that don't make enough money to live where they want. So basically, it's no crisis.
Yeah, that pretty well sums it up.

I live in a boring suburb in fly-over country. Nobody *particularly* wants to live here... but it's low-crime, decent schools, an easy commute to a mid-size city. On a 15 year mortgage we're paying significantly less than the OP's price for a 1 bedroom apartment.

I prefer financial security over a cool zip code. Some people choose otherwise.
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