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Geralyn
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on: April 16, 2013, 07:59

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Xiao
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Re: TZQPDBJmZYPDrkoL
on: March 23, 2014, 23:31

RE: It's hard to say what may make it and what won't- every tax has it's related ienertst group. I think we may see the mortgage deduction reduced to $300-500K. Do $1M+ home buyers really need a deduction? But I have no doubt taxes will be going up- we have to pay that ienertst on the debt one way or another.I'm in favor of a flat tax, say 5% of the first $50K and 20% everything over that with no deductions. I think it's important that everyone pay something, if only to keep them ienertsted in how the money is being spent, and give them some skin in the game. After that, a flat tax with no exclusions/deductions offers the fewest long term distortions for the economy as a whole. Rate this comment: 0 0



Kalpesh
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Re: TZQPDBJmZYPDrkoL
on: March 24, 2014, 14:06

By :By :But here's the kicker .To get <a href="http://baiqgyswuq.com">sooneme</a>'s name off the home mortgage, you have to refinance. And with no equity, there's no refi. So even if one person wants to stay in the house and wait for the market to rebound, they can't unless the other party is stupid to keep their name on the mortgage. I really feel for anyone in that situation.Really? you can't get off with a quit claim deed?No, that just gets rid of the ownership.When you sign a note and deed of trust you are obligating yourself to pay. Do you really think you can after the fact just sign something else saying I decided I don't want to pay back the $350,000 I borrowed! ;-) Rate this comment: 0 0



Colombian
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Re: TZQPDBJmZYPDrkoL
on: March 25, 2014, 14:55

Hi Drone I would also add the suggestion that if you will be srahing your house with anyone else, make sure that he or she is on board with both your work plan and its timeline. I've known people who bought houses with the same admirable perspective on remodeling/renovating as you have but gradually grew weary (or, cough, at least one of the house-buying party grew weary) of living in a construction site. It seems easy to underestimate the extent to which work and other obligations can get in the way of ongoing house projects. Rate this comment: 0 0 http://vmhlrsbpa.com kktirea [link=http://vqsmtcryep.com]vqsmtcryep[/link]



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