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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Swim Cantore, May 4, 2015.
What he said
Installed a couple months ago. Probably not the best quality but for $100 zero complaints. I even extended the line and added more lights. I assume my electrician's license should show up in the mail any day now.
Any recs on Electric dryers? My current dryer's control board seems to have failed and depending on the $$ & availability of parts, I'm debating if I should just end up getting a new appliance instead.
I remember someone on here having posted CR recommendations on Dryers - it'd be great if they could post it again! TIA!
Get a tankless dryer
May have to settle for the next best option...
LG is supreme. Have to get to #13 before a Kenmore shows up
Literally buy any LG and you should be happy
Also I don't get to peruse this thread as much as I used to but tag me anytime anyone need CR ratings
It’s a bit
Wife is looking at jobs that will necessitate a move to the burbs. I'm excited to bless this thread with another round of homebuying disasters. This would be my 4th since 2015!
Wait, you are already in the burbs.
That was so 2021, brother
You moved again? You were in Plano and were moving to another burb close when I went to your Plano house.
I'm close to Richardson, but I'm actually in dallas
ah, you told me Richardson!
But also, I count anything north of 635 as burbs. But also I am an elite inner loop 12 poster.
tell your wife to chill out
You both are sick fucks for moving that frequently.
From 2014-2018 I moved from FL to AZ back to FL then to TX.
Moved back to FL 6 months ago
blind dog any chance you could share the ratings on gas ranges?
We’re looking to put one into my old house that we are remodeling to sell. Had the gas line run and now need to pick out the oven / range combo.
Lmk if you want me to go farther
Bought my house for $740k about 18 months ago. Same model with worse lot and less upgrades than mine sold for $951k after three days last week. I should be able to get at least $975k. Every bone in my body is saying to sell with markets going sideways and rates going up like crazy. Of course we’ve all thought it has to stop for like five years now and it hasn’t… what do I do.
Also for context it’s only a 2100 sf 4/2 so I’m not balling like crazy. CA prices are what they are. I should move somewhere cheaper but fuck living in a red state…
I think I could net $200k if I sold, but there isn’t anywhere I’d want to move that would make it worth it. Though it’s tempting to cash in and “downgrade” or a condo or something for a year or two.
Are you wanting to sell because of greed or what
Stop treating housing as a commodity
it’s not greed. We have a third kid on the way and would like a bit more space but can’t afford it in this market. Thought I’d to cash out now and rent for a bit to wait for prices to correct a bit and be able to afford the forever home. I realize my price point and situation makes this a very first world problem that deserves some disdain. More so just taking peoples temperature on if this is finally the time the market actually corrects. Nothing makes sense now and hasn’t for years so who knows.
I would say do what makes sense for what you actually need from a house. No one knows what housing prices will do.
Take a look at current mortgage rates
You won't get the capital gains exclusion on the sale until you've lived there for 2 years fyi
He can if his family circumstances change (i.e., needs another room for the new kid).
This shit worked. Threw down some more seed, added topsoil and did very little watering to stopping completely due to the rain and now I'm getting some good results.
Fuck doing that shit again though.
Under contract on a piece of land we plan on building on in the next 2-3 years. GL us.
should also cross post this in the stupid things I do thread.
We're also under contract on 22ish acres that join our existing parcel. No immediate plans other than to improve a road onto it from our place, and possibly dig a small pond, fed by a spring we found.
Fucking land baron over here!
Got a lot of room for his seed
Owning that much land is mind boggling to me, a lifelong SoCal resident.
It’s a great big empty country outside of those concrete hellscapes.
I see it, I grew up on 40 acres and our other land for hunting and such are around 5000 acres. Plus we lease about 2000 acres from the forestry service to manage/have a buffer from other private farm folks.
So new house appraised for about $50k more than what we are buying for. #blessed
If you locked in an sub 3% rate and end up selling to get a 5%+ mortgage you’re pretty much giving away once in a lifetime value capture/profits.
Like Terlingua, TX
Have you been?
Terlingua is fucking heaven on earth
Welcome back brother!
With current market dynamics within the next 8 years rates will be cut back down and people can refinance.
It’s very nice but that’s a bit much.
That said, I just sent a note to the realtor.
I own 320 acres in Ward County and I’ve never seen it and probably never will. Just oil field roads and dirt
Got them sweet sweet mineral rights?
Not yet. My friend is river guide and bought some land out there and is turning it into his own little bohemian paradise.
I’m gonna check it out this summer… it’s so cheap I might have to grab some.
I would not be betting on that.
Ohh good for you .gif