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Old 11-19-2013, 06:17 PM   #451
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Yeah we have a bunch of those here too we just don't gatta worry bout ice. Them drivers are crazy, drive it like a car.
Lucky you don't have to worry about ice… It doesn't bother me too much anymore, but when I first started driving in the winter, it got to be a little terrifying. Especially the time when I stepped out of my truck and the highway was more slippery than any skating rink I've ever been on :\ Needless to say, I ran my chains on the highway, all the way to town. lol.
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Yeah, only driven on ice a few times, definitely can be tricky
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I work construction. Do a little of everything. Mostly building cabinets and interior finish work now.
here are some of my other thing:

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Awesome. Thanks for sharing. That deck looks good too.

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Awesome. Thanks for sharing. Thank you for serving too.

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I mount tires and change oil while going to school full time. Walmart TLE.
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Cool. Thanks for sharing. What is your major?

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Thanks again. I so love awesome and beautiful cabinets, kitchens and stuff. You do awesome work.

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I buy and sell houses with my dad
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Awesome. Time to be on HGTV.

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Buy and fix rental properties

This is our latest little beauty. Painted the fireplace last week, big change huh?
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Awesome. Such a beautiful transformation y'all have done to fix up the houses. Time for y'all to be on HGTV, flip the house or one of those shows. Houses look good. I especially like that truck parked in the yard. Mmm...Look sexy.
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Old 11-19-2013, 06:45 PM   #454
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I'm a Production Coordinator / Supervisor for an international oil and gas company's machining center. We are one of the largest machining centers in the state of Louisiana. I produce thousands of different parts in all shapes and sizes that have teeth used to bite down in order to handle casing/pipe on rigs all around the world.
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Old 11-20-2013, 01:35 AM   #455
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Old 11-20-2013, 01:49 AM   #456
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i had to repair a flat on mine had to pay $30 since i dont have big tools
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Those of you who think our prices are high, well we have never had a problem getting tenants. Anytime someone moves out, there are new people in a few weeks.
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I don't think that is high at all. That is actually good. Renting houses here in Charleston is kinda high. Just before we moved to GA, our house sold faster than what we thought, so we rented a house for a year and it was $1,200 for 1628 sq ft with 2 car garage.

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Wtf its $1500 for a one bed no gargar apartment! Here
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That is a house note here in Charleston. But in Atlanta, yeah in some sections, it is like that too.

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What you guys are talking about...is one of the huge reasons i moved from Massachusetts to Wisconsin. Like labaladeplata said, I'm used to seeing $1000-1500 for a 1 bedroom apt. ****, the mortgage in my 1k sq ft townhouse that i lost in a short sale because i was upside down in, was $2k a month!
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Housing cost is ridiculous. That is insane. Makes you wonder why the housing went bust because people can't afford it anymore.

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I have always been interested in real estate investment/income. Thanks for sharing everyone. It reminds me that I need to get off my butt and get moving on my dream.

On another note, I also hate the high rental prices where I live. 1 bed apartments with no garage usually go between 1k-1.2k/mo if they have running water. Even a 16x20 cabin with loft and no running water will go for 750/mo.

Unfortunately, a mortgage is out of reach for most, as our median home price is about $236k. A conventional 30 year fixed at today's rates make that a $1500-1600/mo payment (PITI). Once you add utilities (about $1k/mo) it is an unattainable goal for many.
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Where do you live? That is expensive. $236k ain't bad for a nice house. Around here, $236k will get houses over 3,000 sq ft. depending on what side of town you are on.
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Where do you live? That is expensive. $236k ain't bad for a nice house. Around here, $236k will get houses over 3,000 sq ft. depending on what side of town you are on.
Fairbanks, Alaska. The wife and I were looking at house this past summer; a 1450 squarefoot 3 bed, 2bath, 2 car garage on an 8,000 squarefoot lot. The house sold for $250,000. Taxes were about 4k/year and fuel useage to heat it was about 1,100 gal/yr (@ $3.91/gal).

A lot of people have been supplementing their heat with wood in a woodstove. Even those prices have gone to about 250-350 per cord. Depends on the species and moisture content.

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Fairbanks, Alaska. The wife and I were looking at house this past summer; a 1450 squarefoot 3 bed, 2bath, 2 car garage on an 8,000 squarefoot lot. The house sold for $250,000. Taxes were about 4k/year and fuel useage to heat it was about 1,100 gal/yr (@ $3.91/gal). A lot of people have been supplementing their heat with wood in a woodstove. Even those prices have gone to about 250-350 per cord. Depends on the species and moisture content.
I remember my trip to AK a few years ago, and I know what you mean... everything demands a premium... You guys still pay no state tax though right?
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I remember my trip to AK a few years ago, and I know what you mean... everything demands a premium... You guys still pay no state tax though right?
Correct. No state tax (income/sales). Your trip for work or pleasure? What part of the state did you get to visit?

Don't have any photos, but having to deal with -30F at work today. To think, this time last week it was 40F. Chinook winds are on the way, though.

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