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Real Estate Investing Myths Exposed – Housing Alerts

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Realities of Real Estate: Building wealth with real estate
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Real estate has always been one of the safest and most reliable ways to build wealth. You won't get rich quick, but if you stick with it and play the game smart, buying and holding property can lead to a comfortable, carefree retirement. Here are some ...

What's the most messed up thing you've seen a real estate agent do/say?

Tue, 21 Aug 2012 11:17:35 -0700

Last year when i was looking for a pet friendly place in Somerville, I had not one, but three agencies seriously suggest that I put my dog down to help find me a place. Joking or not that's still messed up right? What are your real estate stories?

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Hoboken Real Estate | Hoboken NJ Neighborhood Video Tour

Any other Canadian Redditors disgusted by the overpriced state of Canadian Real Estate?

Thu, 14 Jul 2011 08:44:19 -0700

Can I just say it?!

Who the hell is buying these things at the current prices?! Also, dear sellers, i'm sorry, your slum is not worth that much, don't be insulted by my much lower offer.

In my area there are so many properties that are extremely over priced that have been sitting for 4-6 months. When will people get the hint that Canadian Real Estate is priced too damn high!

/rant

Also, the real numbers. (taken from r/realestate)

Canadian House Prices vs. Income Growth - Part 1

Canadian House Prices vs. Income Growth - Part 2

EDIT: TD predicts housing prices to fall 10% (new article from yesterday). link

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Free Copy of Best Selling Real Estate Investing Book


CNNMoney

You can now invest in real estate, even if you're not Donald Trump
CNNMoney
Simon Baron Development Group, a New York based real estate developer recently announced that it is using the services of CityFunders to crowdfund $1 million in equity for the development of a Long Island City rental tower. Earlier this year, Fundrise, ...

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The Nexus 4 actually has more screen real estate than the Nexus 5

Fri, 01 Nov 2013 02:31:30 -0700

Guys, look at the first 2 minutes of this video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QHkv-bSlds

Like all 5 inch 1080p devices, the Nexus 5 reports to the Android OS to be a 480PPI device while it is truly 440PPI. This actually means that the Android OS thinks these displays are physically smaller than they are, and UI elements on 5 inch phones are needlessly large (by UI guideline standards).

As a consequence, the actual screen real-estate available to apps (expressed in density independent pixels) is 640x360 compared to the Nexus 4's 640x 384. So the Nexus 4 has just as much vertical real-estate while having more horizontal real estate.

tl;dr: Because of the way Android works, the Nexus 4 can fit more stuff on its screen at once compared to all 5inch phones out there.

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