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  • SledogSledog Posts: 16,635
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    Have rentals and have been selling them off when I can. A few left fortunately they've been paying their rent.
    Postal91trublue
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 21,194
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    @RaceBannon you planning on getting back in the eviction bidness?
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 21,194
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    edited August 2

    Hartford police say man decapitated landlord during rent dispute, claimed 'sovereign' status

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/decapitated-landlord-rent-dispute-sovereign

    Uh no

    Landlord needs to pack a loaded gun like REPO! REPO! REPO!
    We only hear about the Tims guns kill people. Never about the deaths they prevent.
    creepycougDerekJohnson
  • doogiedoogie Posts: 7,910
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    Hey, Brandon Leyritz, shut the fuck up. You gambled, you lost. The risks were always there whether you saw them or not.

    Nobody should bail you out. Be thankful you live in the US where there is no debtors prison. Stalling your financial wipeout only hurts you at this point.

    Call Softy and ask him to ask his Rent-A-State experts for a couple of BK attorney referrals, make the call, give it all back and start over.
    FreepukaBleachedAnusDawg
  • TurdBomberTurdBomber Posts: 11,530
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    doogie said:

    Hey, Brandon Leyritz, shut the fuck up. You gambled, you lost. The risks were always there whether you saw them or not.

    Nobody should bail you out. Be thankful you live in the US where there is no debtors prison. Stalling your financial wipeout only hurts you at this point.

    Call Softy and ask him to ask his Rent-A-State experts for a couple of BK attorney referrals, make the call, give it all back and start over.

    You sound like an asshole. And a loser. And a leech.

    Trifecta. Congrats.
    doogieFreepukaGreenRiverGatorz
  • WestlinnDuckWestlinnDuck Posts: 2,183
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    Trouble with a REIT is that commercial real estate has just started to tank. No tenants, no rents, no REIT dividend. But I agree that you aren't dealing with maintenance issues if you just hold stock.
    YellowSnowBleachedAnusDawg
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 21,194
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    Trouble with a REIT is that commercial real estate has just started to tank. No tenants, no rents, no REIT dividend. But I agree that you aren't dealing with maintenance issues if you just hold stock.

    If Pup were on the @Baseman BBC bored, he'd have hotel REIT as a BUY right now.
    BasemanGreenRiverGatorz
  • doogiedoogie Posts: 7,910
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    doogie said:

    Hey, Brandon Leyritz, shut the fuck up. You gambled, you lost. The risks were always there whether you saw them or not.

    Nobody should bail you out. Be thankful you live in the US where there is no debtors prison. Stalling your financial wipeout only hurts you at this point.

    Call Softy and ask him to ask his Rent-A-State experts for a couple of BK attorney referrals, make the call, give it all back and start over.

    You sound like an asshole. And a loser. And a leech.

    Trifecta. Congrats.
    Live by leverage, die by leverage.
    Freepuka
  • TurdBomberTurdBomber Posts: 11,530
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    Sledog said:

    Have rentals and have been selling them off when I can. A few left fortunately they've been paying their rent.

    I never want to be in the landlord bidness ever. I know I'm dumb and pour but I don't have the patience for it. A man's gotta know his limitations.
    Start in Residential, acquire, then flip to Commercial.

    Stay in Residential and eventually one POS, insolvent squatter will ruin your portfolio.

    Inslee has destroyed a bunch of small LLs in the past 6 months. I hope he pays for it.
  • TurdBomberTurdBomber Posts: 11,530
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    Goduckies said:

    Buy a reit

    Risky with what's going on in our cities. With WFH, and all the malls dying and getting re-developed, it could be gangbusters in the burbs in a few years.
    GrundleStiltzkincreepycougYellowSnow
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 16,022
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    Goduckies said:

    Buy a reit

    Risky with what's going on in our cities. With WFH, and all the malls dying and getting re-developed, it could be gangbusters in the burbs in a few years.
    Agreed. Office REITs are going to take it in the ass.
  • UW_Doog_BotUW_Doog_Bot Posts: 7,915
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    Sledog said:

    Have rentals and have been selling them off when I can. A few left fortunately they've been paying their rent.

    I never want to be in the landlord bidness ever. I know I'm dumb and pour but I don't have the patience for it. A man's gotta know his limitations.
    Minus rents(which are high risk) the market pays more per year in returns than property.
    YellowSnow
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 21,194
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    Sledog said:

    Have rentals and have been selling them off when I can. A few left fortunately they've been paying their rent.

    I never want to be in the landlord bidness ever. I know I'm dumb and pour but I don't have the patience for it. A man's gotta know his limitations.
    Minus rents(which are high risk) the market pays more per year in returns than property.
    All real estate is local. If you can buy and hold properties in markets that will appreciate you’ll get rich. But in so many markets, there’s no appreciation after inflation is accounted for.
    creepycoug
  • TurdBomberTurdBomber Posts: 11,530
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    Sledog said:

    Have rentals and have been selling them off when I can. A few left fortunately they've been paying their rent.

    I never want to be in the landlord bidness ever. I know I'm dumb and pour but I don't have the patience for it. A man's gotta know his limitations.
    Minus rents(which are high risk) the market pays more per year in returns than property.
    All real estate is local. If you can buy and hold properties in markets that will appreciate you’ll get rich. But in so many markets, there’s no appreciation after inflation is accounted for.
    I don't worry about appreciation as long as the tenants are buying and maintaining the building for me.
    creepycoug
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