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  1. #61
    Quote Originally Posted by PAF View Post
    I pretty much stopped caring so much, I am pretty well set. It does no good trying to get across to the masses, so whatever you guys want, unfortunately you will get. Don't blame me, I at least tried.

    May you and others march on to the drum beat.......

    No offense, AF, other than politics, you're still ok ;-)
    We're solid on most politics as well.

    I've never been in favor of open immigration and never will be.

    You can find 15 year old posts of mine on here arguing this point.

    We just don't see eye to eye on it...if we can somehow maintain a high trust, homogenous and relatively free society, it won't matter much.
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  3. #62
    Quote Originally Posted by PAF View Post
    I pretty much stopped caring so much, I am pretty well set. It does no good trying to get across to the masses, so whatever you guys want, unfortunately you will get. Don't blame me, I at least tried.

    May you and others march on to the drum beat.......

    No offense, AF, other than politics, you're still ok ;-)
    Oh, how blessed we masses are for your great sacrifice and wisdom ha ha!
    ...

  4. #63
    Quote Originally Posted by RJB View Post
    Lol. That's why I don't take you seriously. ^^^ That is the most left right, neocon, fascist, commie, (whatever other condescending terms that you throw around) scripted narrative that I have ever seen on this forum. You are far more guilty of everything that you accuse others on this forum.

    Seriously, your original handle was something like "patriotic American first" or something or something silly. Were you being sarcastic or were you trying to blend in like a zippyjuan 3.0 and realized you had to change tactics.
    It was actually ProudAmericanFirst, even going back to the DailyPaul. That was when I first took an interest in politics and campaigned nationally for Ron Paul. I have grown immensely since then, realizing that liberty only comes from within, and that government no matter how well intended will ever fix the problems that it created.

    The problem is, the rest of the country, even some so-called RP "supporters", stopped learning and growing.

    I believe in FULLY DEFUNDING the state/fed, whereas, you and most people believe to the contrary, and in fact are responsible for its growth.
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  5. #64
    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    We're solid on most politics as well.

    I've never been in favor of open immigration and never will be.

    You can find 15 year old posts of mine on here arguing this point.

    We just don't see eye to eye on it...if we can somehow maintain a high trust, homogenous and relatively free society, it won't matter much.
    Yeah, I agree with that.

    I just can't see more of my dollars going to NGO's, and private/public government contracts actually not wanting to cure the problem. In fact, they both feed off of each other in order to line their own pockets, on the backs of Americans, which will ultimately lead to a police state, and everybody being tracked every step of their lives. I see the food costs/shortage as well, because Americans won't work the jobs the immigrants had out in the fields, and the globalist corporations will soon take over.
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  7. #65
    Quote Originally Posted by RJB View Post
    You regularly display your utter disdain for my neighbors and countrymen...
    ... who honestly did get us into this mess...

    Quote Originally Posted by RJB View Post
    ...while speaking lovingly about criminal invaders. I can see you want everything to collapse and hate the foundations of " 'mericah".

    And you expect me to consider a long post where you are pretending that you want my neighbors to succeed. Yeah, lol, sure. .
    Republicans didn't stop this from happening in the first place, not by a long shot. Will they stop it? Will they stop funding the nonprofits frog-marching them in? Sure, as long as we give up liberty on a scale that will make Dubya blush that he didn't go ahead and screw us harder than he did with the PATRIOT Act. And, of course, if we're cooperative enough to bleed in the streets and die at a higher rate than even the rate of myocarditis.

    It'll even give them an excuse to come for the survivors' guns.

    Your Republicans are setting us all up to be gladiators in this ring. The depopulation agenda is about to go down a whole new path.

    It's a $#@!ing setup.

    You really don't have to walk into a trap eyes wide open just to make a statement. But nobody can even envision a majority of the country saying, you know what? Not stepping in the trap. We're agreeing on somebody who isn't a proven loser. If these two parties want us to relive one of the two worst presidents in history, then we're all going to pick a third party and crash it.

    People can't even envision it, in spite of the obvious trap before us.

    Congress has a 19% approval rating and 81% of them get reelected. Been going on for decades. Who did you say it was again who wants everything to collapse? The people driving America to collapse are in Washington. Trump started the currency collapse, and funded that bioscience experiment. Biden drove us to the brink in every way conceivable. Trump's about to trash the Constitution and be cheered for it. Don't tell me it's all PAF's fault.
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  8. #66
    Quote Originally Posted by PAF View Post
    It was actually ProudAmericanFirst, even going back to the DailyPaul. That was when I first took an interest in politics and campaigned nationally for Ron Paul. I have grown immensely since then, realizing that liberty only comes from within, and that government no matter how well intended will ever fix the problems that it created.

    The problem is, the rest of the country, even some so-called RP "supporters", stopped learning and growing.

    I believe in FULLY DEFUNDING the state/fed, whereas, you and most people believe to the contrary, and in fact are responsible for its growth.
    The bold is a flat out lie, as usual. I do NOT dislike you or "take it personally." I just don't take those who speak without any attempt to be truthful seriously. You are more concerned with shaming and shutting down any opposition with any means necessary, truth be damned if necessary. I see too much of that on the MSM and I have no patience for it in real life, even on a forum.

    Have the last word. Like I said on another thread, I see no point in discussing anything with someone who lacks integrity.
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  9. #67
    Quote Originally Posted by RJB View Post
    ...
    Whatever whatever. Anyway...

    @acptulsa summed it up perfectly in Post #65.
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  10. #68
    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    ... who honestly did get us into this mess...



    Republicans didn't stop this from happening in the first place, not by a long shot. Will they stop it? Will they stop funding the nonprofits frog-marching them in? Sure, as long as we give up liberty on a scale that will make Dubya blush that he didn't go ahead and screw us harder than he did with the PATRIOT Act. And, of course, if we're cooperative enough to bleed in the streets and die at a higher rate than even the rate of myocarditis.

    It'll even give them an excuse to come for the survivors' guns.

    Your Republicans are setting us all up to be gladiators in this ring. The depopulation agenda is about to go down a whole new path.

    It's a $#@!ing setup.

    You really don't have to walk into a trap eyes wide open just to make a statement. But nobody can even envision a majority of the country saying, you know what? Not stepping in the trap. We're agreeing on somebody who isn't a proven loser. If these two parties want us to relive one of the two worst presidents in history, then we're all going to pick a third party and crash it.

    People can't even envision it, in spite of the obvious trap before us.

    Congress has a 19% approval rating and 81% of them get reelected. Been going on for decades. Who did you say it was again who wants everything to collapse? The people driving America to collapse are in Washington. Trump started the currency collapse, and funded that bioscience experiment. Biden drove us to the brink in every way conceivable. Trump's about to trash the Constitution and be cheered for it. Don't tell me it's all PAF's fault.
    What are you saying? For one thing I am not a Republican nor maga. I am more like Tod Evans. I'm a country boy who just wants to be left the $#@! alone, and no one wants to leave me alone.

    Second, are you saying that I should hate my neighbor? Quit being a grumpy old man. Sheesh.

    I live in an agorist's paradise. In ten years I haven't seen a cop on my street. I'm surrounded by Trump supporters. My kids can leave their bikes on the front yard over night. I want to keep it that way. Politics aside, I love my neighbors more than I love some snot on the Internet who dishonestly calls me a neocon.

    20 minutes away in downtown, every damn window, and I mean every window was shattered or boarded up during the summer of 2020. To have a good place to live you need people with good morals. I will keep my neighbors, flaws and all, thank you very much!
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  11. #69
    Quote Originally Posted by RJB View Post

    I live in an agorist's paradise......I'm surrounded by Trump supporters.
    Bwahhhhh hahahahahaha!!!!!!! That's ^^ Golden!!!!!
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  12. #70
    Quote Originally Posted by PAF View Post
    Bwahhhhh hahahahahaha!!!!!!! That's ^^ Golden!!!!!
    I can't spoon feed you, but you should read up on agorism
    ...

  13. #71
    Quote Originally Posted by RJB View Post
    I can't spoon feed you, but you should read up on agorism
    RJB.....you're too much lol! At least you are the first person who made me laugh today!

    Agorist = defund state.

    Trump = spent more money ($8+ Trillion) than every president in history combined.

    Last edited by PAF; 02-04-2024 at 11:05 AM.
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  14. #72
    Quote Originally Posted by PAF View Post
    It's the attitude "nothing is fair but I think it needs to be stopped" [in a democracy] that got us into the situation that we are currently in. Of course, it has been this way for thousands of years, so at that point, enjoy and embrace the conditions that sheople have made it. Just as government is not and never will be there to save you, there is no such thing as a perfect life.

    7 billion people could easily fit in a Texas-sized city that is as dense as New York City. That's an awful lot of land in the rest of the world. Buy low, sell high and move on. Also, without government, eminent domain wouldn't be and issue, natural market conditions would most likely solve the problems.
    Do you have ideas for how to prevent gigantic investment firms from buying up housing stock and driving prices sky high? Or, perhaps, you don't think it's a problem (?).
    My two daughters and I were gang-raped by some of the Newcomers. It landed us in the hospital for 3 weeks as several bones were broken. I don't blame them, it was a sexual emergency and I wasn't about to go all white privilege and deny them the release they needed, especially after being stuck in a hotel for months. I see the Newcomers as family now. They are on our side and will help us stop Trump. It is a small price to pay. Anything but Trump.

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  16. #73
    Quote Originally Posted by susano View Post
    Do you have ideas for how to prevent gigantic investment firms from buying up housing stock and driving prices sky high? Or, perhaps, you don't think it's a problem (?).
    There are many articles but here's one for starters:

    https://mises.org/wire/unraveling-fa...ral-monopolies
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  17. #74
    Quote Originally Posted by PAF View Post
    David Stockman talks about that:
    Quote Originally Posted by RJB View Post
    TMBSDR

    (Too much bull$#@!. Didn't read.)
    Synopsis: In order to keep the social security pyramid scheme going, we need more and more workers to pay into the system. Quite the noble cause.

    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    I understand allowing millions of half wits to invade us from nations that have an average IQ of below 80 is not going to solve what Stockman thinks is a problem.
    His goal is for them to pay taxes, so they just need to be able to work and pay those taxes.

    I would add that adding more workers is, at the surface, a way to offset the (price) inflationary effects of monetary inflation (an idea championed by Alan Greenspan). It intentionally leads to relative wage deflation, in the face of everything else inflating. This, in turn, leads directly back to the OP of this thread, and the root cause of the dilemma of low wages and high prices.

    Of course this also results in moving wealth from the working class to the elite plutocracy. That would be purely unintentional though...
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  18. #75
    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    Synopsis: In order to keep the social security pyramid scheme going, we need more and more workers to pay into the system. Quite the noble cause.



    His goal is for them to pay taxes, so they just need to be able to work and pay those taxes.

    I would add that adding more workers is, at the surface, a way to offset the (price) inflationary effects of monetary inflation (an idea championed by Alan Greenspan). It intentionally leads to relative wage deflation, in the face of everything else inflating. This, in turn, leads directly back to the OP of this thread, and the root cause of the dilemma of low wages and high prices.

    Of course this also results in moving wealth from the working class to the elite plutocracy. That would be purely unintentional though...
    For the record, I never said that I advocated that. What struck me in the article was the the potential decline of population here in the U.S., which can potentially lead to other issues.

    My solution remains consistent; end the welfare state, stop spending, demand an end to taxation. Short of that, well, ain't nothin' gonna change anyway, so what's the difference.
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  19. #76
    Quote Originally Posted by PAF View Post
    For the record, I never said that I advocated that. What struck me in the article was the the potential decline of population here in the U.S., which can potentially lead to other issues.

    My solution remains consistent; end the welfare state, stop spending, demand an end to taxation. Short of that, well, ain't nothin' gonna change anyway, so what's the difference.
    LOL. You lecture me on what agorism as yet you posted an article defending the Social Security fraud? Ha ha ha speaking of a different narrative...

    A few times in the past you have mention supporting RFK (who is as much of an agorist as Trump) and using lefty talking points to win over democrats to the freedom movement. However, I suspect that it's the other way around, because that post seems like a slip up expressing your true feelings on imigration.
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  20. #77
    Quote Originally Posted by RJB View Post
    LOL. You lecture me on what agorism as yet you posted an article defending the Social Security fraud? Ha ha ha speaking of a different narrative...

    A few times in the past you have mention supporting RFK (who is as much of an agorist as Trump) and using lefty talking points to win over democrats to the freedom movement. However, I suspect that it's the other way around, because that post seems like a slip up expressing your true feelings on imigration.
    I did in fact state several times that I support RFK Jr. on topics such as vaccines, crony corporatism/lobbyists, companies who dump toxic chemicals on public land, etc. I also did in fact state several times that I do not vote, so no vote for him or anybody else.

    I read. A lot. Whether it fits my narrative or not. This way, I learn, ponder and think, so that I don't have to take some republican/democrat word for things. Because though some things are indeed black and white, what's the world without color, and my individual rights?
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  21. #78
    Quote Originally Posted by PAF View Post
    There are many articles but here's one for starters:

    https://mises.org/wire/unraveling-fa...ral-monopolies
    I don't think that addresses this problem, other than kind of generally. No doubt there are all kinds of government fictions (incorporation) and regulations that pertain to the financial industry but Blackrock, Vanguard, et al, don't make anything. They consolidate and control other people's money by investing it. The root of the money game lies with the creation of the Fed and debt (as) money. Yes, the Fed needs to go, as do corporations. The problem I see there is that's not likely to happen any time soon so what to do, now, about them buying up property? To say that nothing can be done until the root causes are fixed will mean the resulting harm isn't addressed, right now. Much like the ferals committing violent crime. Over 90% of men in prison had single mothers so we know that the destruction of the nuclear family with the welfare state created that (to a large extent). But, we can't wait to unwind/abolish that to deal with result - violent ferals committing crimes. They have to be arrested and removed from society (and I realize even that isn't being done anymore!).
    My two daughters and I were gang-raped by some of the Newcomers. It landed us in the hospital for 3 weeks as several bones were broken. I don't blame them, it was a sexual emergency and I wasn't about to go all white privilege and deny them the release they needed, especially after being stuck in a hotel for months. I see the Newcomers as family now. They are on our side and will help us stop Trump. It is a small price to pay. Anything but Trump.

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  22. #79
    Quote Originally Posted by PAF View Post
    I read. A lot.
    You do realize that you are not the only one on the forum who reads, like, a lot? You do realize that there are people who don't fall for a left right paradigm, but might disagree with you?

    As for that article, that's why I quit reading. If you do read a lot, there are better articles out there to defend an agorist's view. If a neocon or a progressive posted it, I would have read it more in depth to have a thoughtful discussion with someone who actually believes what they profess. But when A person presenting himself as an agorist posts an article claiming we need more tax payers to survive as a nation ( a nation you claim to despise) I feel like I am getting punked.
    Last edited by RJB; 02-04-2024 at 01:15 PM.
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  23. #80
    Quote Originally Posted by susano View Post
    I don't think that addresses this problem, other than kind of generally. No doubt there are all kinds of government fictions (incorporation) and regulations that pertain to the financial industry but Blackrock, Vanguard, et al, don't make anything. They consolidate and control other people's money by investing it. The root of the money game lies with the creation of the Fed and debt (as) money. Yes, the Fed needs to go, as do corporations. The problem I see there is that's not likely to happen any time soon so what to do, now, about them buying up property? To say that nothing can be done until the root causes are fixed will mean the resulting harm isn't addressed, right now. Much like the ferals committing violent crime. Over 90% of men in prison had single mothers so we know that the destruction of the nuclear family with the welfare state created that (to a large extent). But, we can't wait to unwind/abolish that to deal with result - violent ferals committing crimes. They have to be arrested and removed from society (and I realize even that isn't being done anymore!).
    I planned on buying property just south of Tulum to spend the rest of my retirement. Land that hasn't been touched in many, many decades, lo and behold, just when I am ready to buy, I am reading articles that real estate "tycoons" are buying up and plan to build resorts from Tulum down to the Belize border. So, I either stay put where I am in my home, or look at other places. The adventurer that I am, I will be traveling in a few weeks to look at other areas both in and out of this country. If it doesn't pan out I'll find something else or something to do that will entertain me ;-)

    Back to your question; do some searches on Mises.org to maybe get a better understanding. Until the American people actually want a change toward freedom and liberty, there is little that can be done, so try to live the best that you can as happily as you can :-)
    Last edited by PAF; 02-04-2024 at 01:16 PM.
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  25. #81
    Quote Originally Posted by PAF View Post
    I planned on buying property just south of Tulum to spend the rest of my retirement. Land that hasn't been touched in many, many decades, lo and behold, just when I am ready to buy, I am reading articles that real estate "tycoons" are buying up and plan to build resorts from Tulum down to the Belize border. So, I either stay put where I am in my home, or look at other places. The adventurer that I am, I will be traveling in a few weeks to look at other areas both in and out of this country. If it doesn't pan out I'll find something else or something to do that will entertain me ;-)
    San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina.

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  26. #82
    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina.

    I'll leave the light on for you.
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  27. #83
    Quote Originally Posted by susano View Post
    ...No doubt there are all kinds of government fictions (incorporation) and regulations that pertain to the financial industry but Blackrock, Vanguard, et al, don't make anything. They consolidate and control other people's money by investing it...
    Just to expand upon that, the control they gain is control over all corporations. Many people don't understand how this works.

    Here's an example: Blackrock offers ETFs (Exchange Traded Funds), which people purchase. In turn, those ETFs invest in a variety of public companies (or real estate if that is the focus of the ETF). But the voting rights for those shares are no longer with the individual investors, the ETF now has all of those voting rights.

    These ETF funds end up with huge ownings in all major public companies, often resulting in control of the companies, and the ability to either influence or outright choose CEOs and Board of Directors, and thus the direction of the companies. In that way, Blackrock and a few others can control almost all of corporate America.

    But Blackrock itself is a corporation, so the same control is exerted over Blackrock by it's owners. Who are those owners? That is where it gets very interesting. You will often find that these companies own huge shares of each other. In this way, it is intentionally difficult to trace down who ultimately is pulling the strings. Go deep enough, and you will find names associated with old money, Rockefeller for example. These old money families are the actual plutocracy that control the western world. Entities like WEF, Blackrock, CFR, Trilateral Commission, etc. are their fronts.

    Why do they want to destroy nations? In the infamous words of John D. Rockefeller, "competition is a sin". Nations are competition to their global plutocracy. And we should never forget, "war is a racket".
    Last edited by Brian4Liberty; 02-04-2024 at 01:32 PM.
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  28. #84
    Quote Originally Posted by PAF View Post
    I planned on buying property just south of Tulum to spend the rest of my retirement. Land that hasn't been touched in many, many decades, lo and behold, just when I am ready to buy, I am reading articles that real estate "tycoons" are buying up and plan to build resorts from Tulum down to the Belize border. So, I either stay put where I am in my home, or look at other places. The adventurer that I am, I will be traveling in a few weeks to look at other areas both in and out of this country. If it doesn't pan out I'll find something else or something to do that will entertain me ;-)

    Back to your question; do some searches on Mises.org to maybe get a better understanding. Until the American people actually want a change toward freedom and liberty, there is little that can be done, so try to live the best that you can as happily as you can :-)
    I'm sorry to here that about Tulum.
    My two daughters and I were gang-raped by some of the Newcomers. It landed us in the hospital for 3 weeks as several bones were broken. I don't blame them, it was a sexual emergency and I wasn't about to go all white privilege and deny them the release they needed, especially after being stuck in a hotel for months. I see the Newcomers as family now. They are on our side and will help us stop Trump. It is a small price to pay. Anything but Trump.

    -GLP poster

  29. #85
    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina.

    I'll leave the light on for you.
    Gosh, I've looked at that town, too! Beautiful place.
    My two daughters and I were gang-raped by some of the Newcomers. It landed us in the hospital for 3 weeks as several bones were broken. I don't blame them, it was a sexual emergency and I wasn't about to go all white privilege and deny them the release they needed, especially after being stuck in a hotel for months. I see the Newcomers as family now. They are on our side and will help us stop Trump. It is a small price to pay. Anything but Trump.

    -GLP poster

  30. #86
    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    Just to expand upon that, the control they gain is control over all corporations. Many people don't understand how this works.

    Here's an example: Blackrock offers ETFs (Exchange Traded Funds), which people purchase. In turn, those ETFs invest in a variety of public companies (or real estate if that is the focus of the ETF). But the voting rights for those shares are no longer with the individual investors, the ETF now has all of those voting rights.

    These ETF funds end up with huge ownings in all major public companies, often resulting in control of the companies, and the ability to either influence or outright choose CEOs and Board of Directors, and thus the direction of the companies. In that way, Blackrock and a few others can control almost all of corporate America.

    But Blackrock itself is a corporation, so the same control is exerted over Blackrock by it's owners. Who are those owners? That is where it gets very interesting. You will often find that these companies own huge shares of each other. In this way, it is intentionally difficult to trace down who ultimately is pulling the strings. Go deep enough, and you will find names associated with old money, Rockefeller for example. These old money families are the actual plutocracy that control the western world. Entities like WEF, Blackrock, CFR, Trilateral Commission, etc. are their fronts.

    Why do they want to destroy nations? In the infamous words of John D. Rockefeller, "competition is a sin". Nations are competition to their global plutocracy. And we should never forget, "war is a racket".
    Yes, I've done some of that investigation into who owns what and that's exactly what I read. Same groups of entities owning each other. The result of their land purchases is akin to old European feudal lords, which is also how the British royal family makes it's money, as landLORDS.
    My two daughters and I were gang-raped by some of the Newcomers. It landed us in the hospital for 3 weeks as several bones were broken. I don't blame them, it was a sexual emergency and I wasn't about to go all white privilege and deny them the release they needed, especially after being stuck in a hotel for months. I see the Newcomers as family now. They are on our side and will help us stop Trump. It is a small price to pay. Anything but Trump.

    -GLP poster

  31. #87
    The way more Polticans on the left continue to support the migrants over their own "voters/people"
    This is going to make more people not support nor trust migrants.

    Simply because the more that are coming to the borders the more likely are coming to get the Free Government Money handouts.

  32. #88
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    The Starwood Capital and Invitation Homes Las Vegas Swap was made in three separate parts.

    The largest sale was $57.5 million for 155 homes, the second was $26.3 million for 70 homes and the third was $14.1 million for 39.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...omes-2030.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by susano View Post
    A Wall Street-backed corporate landlord snapped up hundreds of homes in Las Vegas in a mammoth one-off residential sale last summer.

    Dallas-based Invitation Homes shelled out $98 million to buy 264 homes in Clark County, property records show.

    The deal forms part of a $650 million swap of a portfolio of close to 1,900 single-family rental homes between billionaire Barry Sternlicht's private equity fund Starwood Capital and Invitation Homes.

    Invitation Homes now owns 3,500 homes in Clark County, making it the second-largest owner of single-family rental homes, according to data from the Las Vegas Review Journal.

    It comes as the Nevada city struggles with an acute shortage of housing, with evictions on the rise. Las Vegas has the worst shortage of affordable housing of any US city.

    The Starwood Capital and Invitation Homes Las Vegas Swap was made in three separate parts.

    The largest sale was $57.5 million for 155 homes, the second was $26.3 million for 70 homes and the third was $14.1 million for 39.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...omes-2030.html
    Hmm. So it sounds like one large residential holder sold a lot of houses to another large holder in a private sale. Hard to say if they were sold at above or below the market value if they never went onto the open real estate market. Somewhat of an insider trade.

    If the homes are all rented out and people are living in them, then it has no effect upon a "housing shortage".

    The real question is does the community/county want homes to be available on the market for individual buyers who will live in the homes, vs. a couple of huge investment groups owning all of the homes, and making off market transactions of those homes so they never become available?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    Hmm. So it sounds like one large residential holder sold a lot of houses to another large holder in a private sale. Hard to say if they were sold at above or below the market value if they never went onto the open real estate market. Somewhat of an insider trade.

    If the homes are all rented out and people are living in them, then it has no effect upon a "housing shortage".

    The real question is does the community/county want homes to be available on the market for individual buyers who will live in the homes, vs. a couple of huge investment groups owning all of the homes, and making off market transactions of those homes so they never become available?
    I think the issue is cost of housing, to buy or rent, and they are driving it as high as possible.
    My two daughters and I were gang-raped by some of the Newcomers. It landed us in the hospital for 3 weeks as several bones were broken. I don't blame them, it was a sexual emergency and I wasn't about to go all white privilege and deny them the release they needed, especially after being stuck in a hotel for months. I see the Newcomers as family now. They are on our side and will help us stop Trump. It is a small price to pay. Anything but Trump.

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