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(English) QRM: The Potential Cost to a Purchaser

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  1. Stephen Foster
    Stephen Foster Dice:

    I have been telling people they need to get off the fence. Then an article appears on home prices on I think it’s the Huffington Post, title “Back to the Future” and how prices are now down to even below 2000 prices…
    Now, I don’t know how Case Shiller is doing it’s averages but here in Birmingham, that is not the case and I am from the SF bay area Atherton and San Francisco and Prices are down but NOT that down !! Or there would run away buying !! Any comments?

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  2. jojo
    jojo Dice:

    Steve Harney June 13, 2011 at 2:20 pm

    ” Buyers should be concerned about the COST of a home, not the PRICE. Check out tomorrow’s blog for more on this.”

    False – Price is what got everyone into underwater housing situations because they bought at the peak. Granted, prices are now deflated but saying they should not be concerned about price is madness. What happens when you want to sell and the house has depreciated 10% and the realtors want a 6% cut on top of that? Then what? Is that not a cost?

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  3. Young and homeless
    Young and homeless Dice:

    To the responsible buyer in a strong financial position, how would this cost more?? If interest rates do in face go up by 3% for those that never saved then home prices should discounted according. So for the savers and hard working folks this is a definite plus. Even if home prices don’t plummet, the savers will have a much broader choice of homes to choose from due to others not being in the same financial position.

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