I was looking at old posts of mine, and I stumbled upon one in which I was examining overpriced properties around here. Here was one of them, which has been sitting, unpurchased, for five years now:(more…)
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I present to you Pennsylvania Real Estate (symbol PEI) with a suggested stop-loss price of $3.55:
Here’s an interesting little graphic from our friends over at Statista – – it shows a variety of countries and how their citizens vary in terms of renting or owning their residence. It looks like Russia does The American Dream way better than America does.
My latest pop culture obsession is the classic documentary Grey Gardens, which I’ve watched a number of times over the years. I re-watched it recently, and it’s as fascinating as ever.(more…)
This post isn’t going to get me any nominations for a humanitarian award, but here goes…………..
My family owns a number of rental properties in the San Francisco Bay Area. The apartments were acquired decades ago at cheap prices, and they have been good sources of monthly income. The tenants were reliable and paid on time. The “Past Due” column in the monthly report was always a row of 0.00s. Until recently.
I scrolled through the latest report, and I saw entries like this……….(more…)