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I honestly thought it would be a slower process pushing people into a state of peasantry. Most Anglo Saxon countries have high rates of private home ownership. While younger generations are completely pushed out of the property market. I thought with boomers passing on there might be cheaper housing or a housing crash. But with the idea of re -organising society. It seems like traditional economic modelling is no longer a thing. This is an agenda and profit isn’t a concern. However I think this might fall flat. Hopefully people buy out in rural locations where Wall Street is less inclined to β€œinvest”
Italy has the highest rate of house ownership of all countries in Europe
 

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we all have common issues. We need to work together to take back our continental homeland Europe at a racial level.
I don't understand why you always repeat this. Many different countries have common issues, but nobody is claiming that those countries need to form some kind of union or superstate. Syria, Iran, Afghanistan, Iraq have common issues. Have you ever heard of a push by anyone for these countries to unite? Middle America and large parts of South America have common issues. They aren't trying to leave behind their national identities simply because "they have common issues". That is a very weak argument, and it doesn't make sense.

Now, I don't know if you are still advocating for pan-Europeanism and a European superstate, but if it benefits all parties involved, there will only be very few people who are against cooperation. However, turning that into a call for the abolishment of national borders, or a "pro-white EU" cannot be considered as anything but stupid or malicious. There is not even any hypothetical scenario in which this benefits the different peoples of Europe, which are not a cohesive block as internationalists like you claim. Oswald Mosley is dead, get over it.
 

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You bring up good points. I classify most these countries as fake. Just like Canada is a fake country so is most of Latin America. And most Arab countries were formed similarly. So those countries unifying might actually make more sense than a European union. I hate Muslims but a caliphate would make sense. For Iran it would make more sense to unite with greater persia including Afghanistan. I hate the European union but a coalition of europeans makes sense. But the blocks have to be smaller than all of Europe. Latin, Slavic , Germanic, balkan blocks make sense.
I don't understand why you always repeat this. Many different countries have common issues, but nobody is claiming that those countries need to form some kind of union or superstate. Syria, Iran, Afghanistan, Iraq have common issues. Have you ever heard of a push by anyone for these countries to unite? Middle America and large parts of South America have common issues. They aren't trying to leave behind their national identities simply because "they have common issues". That is a very weak argument, and it doesn't make sense.

Now, I don't know if you are still advocating for pan-Europeanism and a European superstate, but if it benefits all parties involved, there will only be very few people who are against cooperation. However, turning that into a call for the abolishment of national borders, or a "pro-white EU" cannot be considered as anything but stupid or malicious. There is not even any hypothetical scenario in which this benefits the different peoples of Europe, which are not a cohesive block as internationalists like you claim. Oswald Mosley is dead, get over it.
 

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I get what CulturalHusbandry is saying but the truth is that ship already sailed. Homeownership is overrated, especially for working and middle class people. Owning a house in America today is risky business. Most homeowners, even with today's inflated prices, haven't built much if any equity in their homes in the last 20 years. And many people have been financially ruined when they purchased homes in the wrong place at the wrong time.
 

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I get what CulturalHusbandry is saying but the truth is that ship already sailed. Homeownership is overrated, especially for working and middle class people. Owning a house in America today is risky business. Most homeowners, even with today's inflated prices, haven't built much if any equity in their homes in the last 20 years. And many people have been financially ruined when they purchased homes in the wrong place at the wrong time.
It might be over-rated as a financial investment. But home ownership with marriage and building communities is fundamental, it is the very core of our very existence and way of life.
 

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It might be over-rated as a financial investment. But home ownership with marriage and building communities is fundamental, it is the very core of our very existence and way of life.
Homeownership is very much like marriage in that it encapsulates our ideal way of life, but actually executing it in modern society is fraught with problems because the institution of it has been utterly corrupted. Antidiscrimination in housing is analogous to no-fault divorce. You can buy an affordable home in a half-decent mostly white neighborhood and a low-income housing development full of niggers can go up down the street and instantly wipe out any benefit or equity you may have accumulated while living there. And that is frankly likely to happen pretty much anywhere a working class or middle class white person can afford to buy a home. Advocating for homeownership at this point is similar to advocating for marriage. In theory it is a good thing but if people actually follow that path they are likely to be destroyed. It's very appealing to try to recreate a traditional lifestyle but it's important to acknowledge that in reality, here, and now, in the context of a society that is controlled by Jews it is like navigating a minefield while blindfolded.
 

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Homeownership is very much like marriage in that it encapsulates our ideal way of life, but actually executing it in modern society is fraught with problems because the institution of it has been utterly corrupted. Antidiscrimination in housing is analogous to no-fault divorce. You can buy an affordable home in a half-decent mostly white neighborhood and a low-income housing development full of niggers can go up down the street and instantly wipe out any benefit or equity you may have accumulated while living there. And that is frankly likely to happen pretty much anywhere a working class or middle class white person can afford to buy a home. Advocating for homeownership at this point is similar to advocating for marriage. In theory it is a good thing but if people actually follow that path they are likely to be destroyed. It's very appealing to try to recreate a traditional lifestyle but it's important to acknowledge that in reality, here, and now, in the context of a society that is controlled by Jews it is like navigating a minefield while blindfolded.
I agree however I’d continue with the same analogy. Not having children and not being married is worse than being married for our existence. Similarly with the prospect than right wing people might be excluded the rental market it might be preferable to buy. Despite some of the financial risks (that obviously exist). It’s certainly a catch -22 either way you look at it.
 

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Italy has the highest rate of house ownership of all countries in Europe
Is it still true that foreign ownership of property in Italy is difficult? A relative - years ago - owned property in Italy from before he left to live in Canada, and he had to work out an arrangement with a relative in Italy to care for the property (or show he was using it) or he had to sell (in the end he sold it). I think they don't share the Anglo-Saxon view that your property is yours no matter what; in Italy and I think Greece too you have to be physically present and making use of it (the idea is you're part of a society, instead of a rootless cosmopolitan).
 

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Whats going to happen to all that property when blackrock goes bust from overpaying on everything its buying?
Obviously: they get bailed out.

It's not that hard to think this one all the way through when you understand that the people who own Blackrock also own the Federal Reserve System.
 

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Obviously: they get bailed out.

It's not that hard to think this one all the way through when you understand that the people who own Blackrock also own the Federal Reserve System.
Yeah, that’s the case. Although I think if the federal reserve owns these houses they’ll just print more money. We will have infinite inflation and an infinite bubble that’ll only be popped when they’re is another manufactured crisis or real crisis and there’ll be debt and loan forgiveness etc
 

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5.64 million homes were purchased last year.
55,000 (roughly 1%) were purchased by investors
Black Rock is just one investment firm

This is a non-story, hyped up by a WSJ article, a popular Reddit post, and trending Tweets. Yeah, it would be terrible if a Jewish corporation bought a house you wanted by outbidding you at 50%. But less than 1% of the entire market isn’t why prices are so high.

This has been going on since 2010, when the government eased restriction so as to re-inflate the housing market after it corrected itself in 2008.
Brilliant satire, I look forward to more posts from your character (good job dude it's a 10/10 bit you're doing)
 

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Buying thousands of single-family homes and renting them out is a stupid thing for any corporation to do because when things break, tenants can legally withhold rent until they're fixed. Apartment buildings have economy of scale because their units are all in one place and have identical fixtures.

Collecting rent money doesn't seem to be the goal with renting many single family dwellings. Landlords (through rental agencies) get away with all kinds of shoddy repairs and delaying maintenance. From what I can tell, what they do is essentially get the renters to pay the owner's mortgage on a bunch of properties, then sell the houses later and rake in a huge retirement sum, since property values tend to keep going up even on damaged property. The renters work to pay off the landlord's mortgage, then the landlord sells to the next slumlord and collects all the money. Seems to be a boomer thing.

A similar phenomenon happens with private timberland. Buy land, plant trees, wait 25 years then cut trees and collect a huge fat check, then sell timberland to another boomer for a hugely inflated price over what it was originally purchased for.
 

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5.64 million homes were purchased last year.
55,000 (roughly 1%) were purchased by investors
Black Rock is just one investment firm

This is a non-story, hyped up by a WSJ article, a popular Reddit post, and trending Tweets. Yeah, it would be terrible if a Jewish corporation bought a house you wanted by outbidding you at 50%. But less than 1% of the entire market isn’t why prices are so high.

This has been going on since 2010, when the government eased restriction so as to re-inflate the housing market after it corrected itself in 2008.

I don't believe those numbers. As I'm in the middle of buying a house, MANY realtors I talk to say that most houses are bought by "flippers" or other investors, not by people who want to live in them as a home.
 

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I don't believe those numbers. As I'm in the middle of buying a house, MANY realtors I talk to say that most houses are bought by "flippers" or other investors, not by people who want to live in them as a home.
There are empty hedge fund / foreign investor owned houses on my very street. There's even sitting, empty, hedge fund owned property out in the country by my cows. I know this because I pulled down some of my fencing, fixed some of theirs, and now I turn their land into a muddy shitpit instead of mine.

Someone should create an app that shows you which houses and properties are wall st / foreign owned, and which ones are likely to be empty or to have a foreign student (you can tell where the 18 year old chinese kids are by looking for the g-wagons).

Obviously this app would be made with a very user friendly interface, but totally not so low IQ criminal types would be drawn to it.
 

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Homeownership is very much like marriage in that it encapsulates our ideal way of life, but actually executing it in modern society is fraught with problems because the institution of it has been utterly corrupted. Antidiscrimination in housing is analogous to no-fault divorce. You can buy an affordable home in a half-decent mostly white neighborhood and a low-income housing development full of niggers can go up down the street and instantly wipe out any benefit or equity you may have accumulated while living there. And that is frankly likely to happen pretty much anywhere a working class or middle class white person can afford to buy a home. Advocating for homeownership at this point is similar to advocating for marriage. In theory it is a good thing but if people actually follow that path they are likely to be destroyed. It's very appealing to try to recreate a traditional lifestyle but it's important to acknowledge that in reality, here, and now, in the context of a society that is controlled by Jews it is like navigating a minefield while blindfolded.

Bro that is FUCKING RETARDED. If I get my house the monthly mortgage payment including insurance and taxes is HALF of the rent of a similar house. Furthermore, if I decide to move in a few years, I can almost certainly sell the place for significantly more than the current appraised value. Owning a house provides stability that a rental can not. Stability is one of the main things young people lack, and one of the most important things for success in life.
 

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There are empty hedge fund / foreign investor owned houses on my very street. There's even sitting, empty, hedge fund owned property out in the country by my cows. I know this because I pulled down some of my fencing, fixed some of theirs, and now I turn their land into a muddy shitpit instead of mine.

Someone should create an app that shows you which houses and properties are wall st / foreign owned, and which ones are likely to be empty or to have a foreign student (you can tell where the 18 year old chinese kids are by looking for the g-wagons).

Obviously this app would be made with a very user friendly interface, but totally not so low IQ criminal types would be drawn to it.

Yes I suppose it depends on the area.
 

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I don't own anything anyway... the millenial communists are right this time!
 

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Whats going to happen to all that property when blackrock goes bust from overpaying on everything its buying?
Who is this land takeover really for?
A: the niggers and the beaners coming over the border at an alarming rate.
 

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I get what CulturalHusbandry is saying but the truth is that ship already sailed. Homeownership is overrated, especially for working and middle class people. Owning a house in America today is risky business. Most homeowners, even with today's inflated prices, haven't built much if any equity in their homes in the last 20 years. And many people have been financially ruined when they purchased homes in the wrong place at the wrong time.
I have to agree. By the time you've been in your house for 10 or 20 years, the joggers have started moving in - there goes your safety and your investment. It's all by design - they extract as much money from you as possible with interest front-loaded loans so that by the time you've paid them several times over the value of the house, joggers are doing drive-by shootings on a regular basis in your neighborhood. Home ownership would only be a bedrock of wealth if our country was all White and Christian.
 

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property values tend to keep going up even on damaged property
MANY realtors I talk to say that most houses are bought by "flippers" or other investors, not by people who want to live in them as a home
Owning a house provides stability
if I decide to move in a few years, I can almost certainly sell the place for significantly more than the current appraised value.
Ok boomer. Congrats if you own property in one of the few areas of the country where this is actually the case. But it isn't like that everywhere, or even most places. Most people, most places who own their homes are lucky if they can get out what they put into it in terms if maintenance, taxes, repairs, and closing costs when they sell. A house isn't some kind of magical golden ticket to wealth and in fact has destroyed a lot of people's wealth. 10 minutes from me there is a city with several hundred thousand homes that are all worth less than they were in 2005. There is a small sliver of the real estate market where you can buy a property like you say, do absolutely nothing and it will go up in value, but that is not at all representative of the overall market and the general experience of homeowners in the US the last 20 years.
 
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It might be over-rated as a financial investment. But home ownership with marriage and building communities is fundamental, it is the very core of our very existence and way of life.
Collecting rent money doesn't seem to be the goal with renting many single family dwellings. Landlords (through rental agencies) get away with all kinds of shoddy repairs and delaying maintenance. From what I can tell, what they do is essentially get the renters to pay the owner's mortgage on a bunch of properties, then sell the houses later and rake in a huge retirement sum, since property values tend to keep going up even on damaged property. The renters work to pay off the landlord's mortgage, then the landlord sells to the next slumlord and collects all the money. Seems to be a boomer thing.
Yes, to both of these observations. My neighborhood is run over by rental properties. The slum lords let the properties go to complete disarray. The reason? A few miles down the road is the intake for the illegals crossing the Texan border, and this make a perfect nesting place for the sub humans. They occupy the homes with multiple families and at least ten children from each home spill out daily onto the streets daily.

It the wild west here.

The bayous do not take the waters to the dams. They do not interconnect because each developer placed waterways to facilitate his monies. Here in Texas they construct horizontal dams, ie, parks. And the dams are old and underdeveloped. The park lands have been sold by the government to developers. Dirty rats. There is no city planning....no up-to-date sewers, and plants to clean the water, Storms cause your home to flood....not once but multiple times. NOTHING is planned.

Then the freeze. For some God forsaken reason, the government has not planned for electrical shortages. Nor can it rotate the electricity as it promised. Sooooooo. Pipes burst, heaters break, ceilings cave in, etc.

As a home owner you either get water from the ground up, or the ceiling down.
The home ownership thing works if the infrastructure around the home, ie, the government services are working to support the people.

Clearly, this is a third world country. Think twice before purchasing a property.
 

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Ok boomer. Congrats if you own property in one of the few areas of the country where this is actually the case. But it isn't like that everywhere, or even most places. Most people, most places who own their homes are lucky if they can get out what they put into it in terms if maintenance, taxes, repairs, and closing costs when they sell. A house isn't some kind of magical golden ticket to wealth and in fact has destroyed a lot of people's wealth. 10 minutes from me there is a city with several hundred thousand homes that are all worth less than they were in 2005. There is a small sliver of the real estate market where you can buy a property like you say, do absolutely nothing and it will go up in value, but that is not at all representative of the overall market and the general experience of homeowners in the US the last 20 years.
Bro I think your experience is the abnormal one. The national trend has been a sharp increase in prices over the last decade.
 
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