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Mortage vs Apartment living cost
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 33389306:MV8yMTQyODUzXzM2MTkxNTA3XzZBOUYyQUQ4] [quote:Anonymous Coward 3987337:MV8yMTQyODUzXzM2MTkxMzA4X0ZFQUQ0QkZC] My property tax is only 1100/yr and I'm in California and my house is worth $500,000 So much for California being a high tax state. [/quote] Heh yes if you're grandfathered by Proposition 13. :) That's the only good thing about the state, the hispanic flood of social service consumers cannot raise your property taxes because of that law. If they ever get enough voting strength to repeal that law, or get close to it, Katy bar the door, it's going to be madness as people run for the exit. [/quote]
mortgage: 600$ monthly payment +
4,300 tax yearly/12months=358$
not too bad.....i guess
apartment living, i can get a very nice 2 bedroom w/ all utilities included for 750$
200$monthly difference lets say for the next 360 months=72000$ You'll be saving living in an apartment over the house.
Thats also not including all the extra fee's included with home ownership........insurance, upkeep, landscaping etc...etc..........FOR THE NEXT 30 years
What do you night owls think?
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