Saturday, May 27, 2006

Sign of the Times

14 comments:

Lander said...

Thanks to the reader who snapped this photo after seeing it in his Stockton neighborhood.

Happy Renter said...

Awesome!

Nothing sums up a movement like a roadside proposition.

Anonymous said...

I need that number! :)

Spacebär said...
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Spacebär said...

I wonder if the free recorded message is of happy renter laughing evilly!!!



PS I tried to edit my previous post but couldn't so just deleted it and reposted.

Happy Renter said...

ziprealty updated for Natomas.
more declines.

Happy Renter said...

This craigs and it fits with the thread.
http://sacramento.craigslist.org/rfs/165013326.html

Another Oak park Urban reclamation trajedy
http://sacramento.craigslist.org/rfs/164677134.html

Anonymous said...

I need that number! :)

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1-800-desperate

tom stone said...

there will be more and more of these as times go bye...most will be loan to own by vultures...a lot of whom are going to eat something they don't like too.i wouldn't touch a loan with more than 50% ltv anywhere in norcal now.these vultures will loan to 65-70%.

Anonymous said...

I had a reator tell me today that the reason the prices have come down this past 2 months was because we had 2 really wet months...they said , ya better buy now cause it will go back up ...I couldnt believe what they had just said ../////?????????????

Athena said...

That's what they are all saying... that the rain kept buyers away and so some of the sellers who had to sell had to lower their prices and now that the weather is nice again, people will be out looking for houses and the prices will go back up. Heard that one in Sonoma too.

Anonymous said...

I really want to call this realtor back in a couple of months haha. EVERYONE is waiting to see what happens and also watching it drop week by week and month by month.

tom stone said...

anonymous,the next excuse for no buyers will be 9/11.

Happy Renter said...

Ziprealty reported a 2.5% drop in the price/sqft in natomas last month. That's about $10,000 savings on the average home, in one month.
Prospective buyers are certainly not losing money renting for awhile longer.