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My house at the beach will cost at least $50-75K to Fix - Should I?

 
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11/14/2012 11:28 PM
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My house at the beach will cost at least $50-75K to Fix - Should I?
my house got hit by sandy. no flood insurance and no fema handout - should I rebuild?
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11/14/2012 11:29 PM
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Re: My house at the beach will cost at least $50-75K to Fix - Should I?
I'd go inland
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11/14/2012 11:32 PM
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Re: My house at the beach will cost at least $50-75K to Fix - Should I?
I will buy it from you for 50K.
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11/14/2012 11:36 PM

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Blow it up and film it for our entertainment. Seriously though....I would just move to a safer location.

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11/14/2012 11:39 PM
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Re: My house at the beach will cost at least $50-75K to Fix - Should I?
No, take this as a hint from mother nature, and move off the coast. The oceans are rising, and this one storm is proof in itself that another storm can and will come. Buy a house in the middle of the US, good land for a garden, and secluded enough from neighbors that they won't be a nuisance. Not in any city.
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11/14/2012 11:42 PM
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Re: My house at the beach will cost at least $50-75K to Fix - Should I?
I am suprised everyone here wants doom so bad and I have it and no real ideas? in nj - i can rebuild but should i - nj is already in debt huge and there is so much destruction - it will be billions to repair the area
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11/14/2012 11:44 PM
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Re: My house at the beach will cost at least $50-75K to Fix - Should I?
my house got hit by sandy. no flood insurance and no fema handout - should I rebuild?
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A Buckminster Fuller dome...on stilts.
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11/14/2012 11:47 PM
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Re: My house at the beach will cost at least $50-75K to Fix - Should I?
No, take this as a hint from mother nature, and move off the coast. The oceans are rising, and this one storm is proof in itself that another storm can and will come. Buy a house in the middle of the US, good land for a garden, and secluded enough from neighbors that they won't be a nuisance. Not in any city.
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thanks - i am just thinking people will be looking for a bargain and not sure they will be of the same caliber of current residents and that alone reduces the value tremendously. everyone around here says rebuild - but have been watching for doom for some years now and though this isn't great - it won't break my bank so if this is a 100 year storm not much chance of happening again.
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11/14/2012 11:57 PM
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stop making the rest of the taxpayers pay for your in the idiocracy.. you are the idiot who built a house on the ocean
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11/15/2012 12:00 AM
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Re: My house at the beach will cost at least $50-75K to Fix - Should I?
it's not on the ocean and i didn't build it and you aren't paying for it - if you read the post - no fema money
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11/15/2012 12:31 AM
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Re: My house at the beach will cost at least $50-75K to Fix - Should I?
i guess people don't realize the doom in nj
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11/15/2012 12:57 AM
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Re: My house at the beach will cost at least $50-75K to Fix - Should I?
looks like good time to sell. sinking money into any real estate since 2008 has been a bad move. depends on the flood damage. no wind damage insurance for you?

with that money you can invest in PM silver (when it drops below $30/oz) and see a profit. put it into the house and probably not. rentals work just as good for vacation in this market.
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11/15/2012 03:42 PM
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Re: My house at the beach will cost at least $50-75K to Fix - Should I?
my house got hit by sandy. no flood insurance and no fema handout - should I rebuild?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16800654


A Buckminster Fuller dome...on stilts.
 Quoting: Janine69


my house got hit by sandy. no flood insurance and no fema handout - should I rebuild?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16800654


A Buckminster Fuller dome...on stilts.
 Quoting: Janine69


More like a Walter Gropius bunker
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Re: My house at the beach will cost at least $50-75K to Fix - Should I?
Fool me once,shame on OP...Fool me TWICE,shame on OP AGAIN!

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