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Old 02-25-2019, 08:59 AM
 
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not immature. maybe ill informed (based on your set of facts [which is do or don't agree with. its immaterial]). but immature is the wrong word.

Every village needs their idiot.
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Old 02-25-2019, 11:56 AM
 
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Your post quality ELO rating is high.
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Old 02-25-2019, 12:54 PM
 
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Your post quality ELO rating is high.
It’s better than just being high. The rest of us can drunk post and construct a more rational argument.
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Old 02-25-2019, 01:04 PM
 
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Yeah sure you can. Yet another petty insult from you.
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Old 02-25-2019, 01:32 PM
 
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I will say one thing about trump, this is the first time in a long while where i feel the government is not constantly in my pocket looking for money..
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Old 02-25-2019, 01:40 PM
 
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I will say one thing about trump, this is the first time in a long while where i feel the government is not constantly in my pocket looking for money..


Nope. But it should be. We should be paying for what they're spending. The people applauding Trump based on permanent tax cuts to the very rich, and no decreases in spending (which they're doing specifically to break the social programs for those in need and pocketing as much as they can in the meantime), are the exact opposite of fiscal conservatives and just plain selfish *blanks*.
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Old 03-06-2019, 09:44 PM
 
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Recessions are part of the economic cycle, regardless of who is president. Same goes with real estate - real estate prices have already started declining in "hot" markets like New York City and Vancouver.
Thank you ....a voice of reason.
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Old 05-06-2019, 02:08 PM
 
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The "Boom" started in 2010. Time for a correction.
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Old 05-06-2019, 03:28 PM
 
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Nope. But it should be. We should be paying for what they're spending. The people applauding Trump based on permanent tax cuts to the very rich, and no decreases in spending (which they're doing specifically to break the social programs for those in need and pocketing as much as they can in the meantime), are the exact opposite of fiscal conservatives and just plain selfish *blanks*.
Yep, they keep printing money and getting further into debt. Also the level of corporate and personal debt is at astounding levels. Since January I keep reading articles about layoffs so I am not sure who thinks we are still in a boom stage? Real estate markets have definitely turned including the Boston area. I started looking and since teh beginning of the year I keep seeing price cuts, houses sitting on the market and getting relisted make them look like a fresh listing, and lower prices. Looking at data and not just MSM articles or listening to PR bullcrap, I think the downturn has already started. To be honest it feels like late 2006 to me- all teh signs are there but no one pays attention until they are up to their knees in sh*t.
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Old 05-06-2019, 03:42 PM
 
Location: Woburn, MA / W. Hartford, CT
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Read my lips - THERE WILL BE NO RECESSION ANY TIME SOON. This boom is just getting started.

If you can, i strongly recommend buying something in the Boston area before 2020. I believe Trump is nearly guaranteed to win 2020 now that the socialists have been outed.

When it's all said and done the high paid folk (engineers, biotech, etc) will get pushed all the way out to 495 and beyond. That hasn't happened yet. At this point the highest paid have been pushed out 1 or 2 towns out of 128 or in low end homes inside 128. These people will be pushed to 495 and well beyond before the next dip. Anything near 128 or inside will be untouchable. Maybe even silicon valley untouchable who knows.

I believe the stock market is pricing in a 2020 win for Trump which is why things are booming there.

The 495 and 128 markets are only now starting to heat up. There is a lot of runway left especially on 495. 495 and 128 will start to explode soon and you'll have housing pressure coming from all angles. Just like in the 1980s miracle boom.

Boston/Cambridge are all filled up and stuff is literally pouring over and spilling throughout the area. Wayfair just posted 40% revenue gains. I think you will see a company like a Wayfair go with a dual office approach and open a suburban outpost. They'll retain the space in the city but they are literally exploding with growth and they'll need to keep hiring rapidly in the greater area. The fastest way for them to keep expanding might be via a 495 outpost.

I notice Wayfair has a bunch of engineering jobs listed in random suburbs all over the greater Boston area... Makes me wonder if they are doing a vapor test to measure the most popular location. Wayfair might be planning a suburban outpost already.... I think you will start seeing that now. Amazon is out in Westborough now hiring massively i think you will see much more on 495.

Don't wait for the cranes to start popping up on 128 and 495. I would buy now ahead of the trump 2020 boom.
So what's your view of the real estate market & trend in Woburn? Will it become the next Medford / Somerville under your scenario?
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