Wednesday, March 24, 2021

Celebrate Kansas City Housing Boom That Most Broke-Ass Locals Can't Afford

This morning KCUR is blaming millennials like it's 2015 and they're working for a slowly dying blog.

Fact is . . . The dysfunctional American housing market is just another symptom of the worsening class-divide as the U.S. becomes a nation of renters.

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Bidding wars over scarce homes have lasted a year. When will prices fall?

LEAWOOD, KS (KCTV) - If you're looking to buy your first home, you've probably noticed how hard they are to find at an affordable price. Some aspects of COVID-19 contributed to that and the economy is expected to change, so KCTV5 sought out an expert opinion about the future of the Kansas City housing market.

15 comments:

Bandit said...

Housing bubble sound familiar? It's coming.

Anonymous said...

^^You don't have to worry. You rent your trailer.

Anonymous said...

^^FAG ALERT! MAJOR FAG ALERT!!!

Anonymous said...


I remember in 2008 When a house that sold for over 700K went into foreclosure and sold for 230K. What is funny about this is, we have liberals idiots moving here from CA and they are driving our prices up along with other idiots who just pay anything because they want it. For those of you looking for a house, hang tight because I have seen it many times before in this city, don't get into the bidding war of the overpriced real estate right now.

Anonymous said...

^^Thank God for them! They are driving this economy and are much better neighbors and people then the horrible geriatric fucktard repubturds who already live here. Plus they keep up their houses better, earn more money, and are fun as hell! We need more of them and less of people like you! Why don't you move and go far away grampy? You hate everything and everybody, so one would think you would be out of here fast.

Anonymous said...

^+100000000

Anonymous said...

Chimpy's praising his own posts from the mental ward again!

Anonymous said...

And you will always have the ape house Chimpy!! Lol

Anonymous said...

I thought his post was dead on the money.

Anonymous said...

Be kind. He only just now worked up the nerve to reappear after his utter clowning last week lol

Anonymous said...

Watch the 10 year treasurys. As their interest rates rise, so will mortgage rates, and at these inflated prices it will quickly kill home sales. Then after about 6 months, prices fall dramatically. If Covid19 were to have first appeared at that point the bubble would crash. But now it will be a slow deflation with a lack of buyers at the high prices and higher rates. Its a cycle, it repeats itself. Look at the 90 year charts. Dont buy now - prices will go 25% lower in 2 years

Anonymous said...

@10:49 and yet he easily manages to clown you guys. Weird.

Anonymous said...

You mean you, Dr. Chimpy? Lolol

Come on, post as yourself. We all know it's you anyway and this shit you do is just embarrassing. You've had days to come up with something good after your massive skull crushing. This is it? Lolol

Anyway, enough bullshit. Please help us understand the CDC's position on the vaccine! Come on you're an expert! Lol

Anonymous said...

The real estate prices are the highest I've seen in 18 years.

Argh said...

Shouldn’t BLM chip in and help out? They’re a benevolent group.