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FreddyThePatriot 42 points ago +42 / -0

Losing their homes?

Those aren't your homes.

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magapotus 35 points ago +35 / -0

I feel bad for the people that lost their jobs and can’t pay. HOWEVER, you signed a lease or have a mortgage, a legal obligation that you knew going in you had to pay. SO, PAY YOUR FUCKING BILLS LIKE THE REST OF US.

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AlphaTheBetaFish 16 points ago +16 / -0

i'm lucky my monthly mortgage is less than most rentals in my city.

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SneakyWino 9 points ago +9 / -0

Same. By a lot!

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kazimiera 9 points ago +9 / -0

Glad mine was paid off in 2000

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YouNeedVPN 15 points ago +16 / -1

I don't. It's a workers job market. There's literally zero excuse not to have a job. Anyone unemployed made the choice to not be employed.

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ZhaoBaiDeng 3 points ago +3 / -0

You knew this was coming for months. Legit people had to make some attempt to fix their situation during that whole time.

I inherited a house and gave the renters 6 months because "not going to make you move through winter". They were going to buy something else and waited till the last second to do so. Then they overstayed the lease for an extra month and I couldn't evict them.

I can't live in my own house because of chucklefucks I warned almost 1/2 a year ago. Have to wait an extra month to sell the shit apartment I have, probably losing money, definitely time. I'm not in the landlord business.

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ZhaoBaiDeng 2 points ago +2 / -0

If you have like 5 properties they amortize each other. If you have one, some maintenance and the profit is gone for the year.

Beyond that, it's a store of value... but also a source of arbitrary taxes.

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OneBigMaga 1 point ago +1 / -0

You are supposed to have at least 6 months with of payments in your savings when you buy a house. 6 months should be enough for anyone even slightly competent to find some more work even with this lock down. Mow lawns for people who are afraid to go outside if you have to.

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donkey_go_home 25 points ago +25 / -0

"their homes"

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Yamully4 20 points ago +20 / -0

Renters knew this was coming….anyone of us would have planned a contingency!!!! DumbAssez

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Dr_Steve_Brule [S] 11 points ago +11 / -0

But it's freeeeeeeEEEEE

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EggPlanter 14 points ago +16 / -2

I don't know if you guys realize, but, a lot more jobs are mandating the poison. Including the entire military. This could be devastating to those families.

They hate Americans, that's clear for all to see.

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Forbidden_outcast 5 points ago +5 / -0

All govt employees, including civil service..... it’s going to be terrible

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TrumpingTheStorm 8 points ago +8 / -0

A ton of people are saying they wont get it, and will even leave their jobs. Police, Fire Fighters, nurses, and more. Even groups like the International Association of Fire Fighters (They represent almost 300,000 individuals at more than 3,300 member affiliates across the U.S. and Canada.) Have said they don't support it.

This very well could be the straw that breaks the covids back. It's defiantly going to be crazy either way.

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ZhaoBaiDeng 3 points ago +3 / -0

They have a serious problem with that now. It's being shown the vaccine doesn't work so good.

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wacokid 2 points ago +2 / -0

I’ve thought a bit about this, could this not be an effort to push out anyone remaining in government positions with any sense or love of country under the guise of covid? To be replaced with people of a different persuasion?

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Forbidden_outcast 3 points ago +3 / -0

It very well could be, but civil service people will take it or maybe ask for a medical exemption. I know one who will probably ask for an exemption that would be extremely valid, (and also is waiting a different vax- novavax, bc it’s recommended by that Baylor doctor) to the point the shot could actually kill them. So I pray for their success when it comes.

But most would take it. In a lot of places, civil service is the only job around that employs engineers, scientists, and other advanced (more difficult) degrees.

These people have built their entire lives with their schooling and these government jobs. They aren’t going to lose them. Many times it’s a family legacy, or a parent’s dream for their kid. It’s an awful position to put them in. But 99% of them will take it if forced, is my guess. They have a mindset of not being able to be fired, so that also means you have to put up with an amazing amount of shit while working the job, and never complain. So they are already deeply conditioned to put aggravating things out of their minds and put up with everything. It’s a weird, weird place with weird, weird people. I know, firsthand- I grew up around, and am still around it. They are a different breed- especially the scientists.😂. Some are not far from Big Bang FB show. One of my parents is retired from there, but was a machinist and was around pretty regular people. Other parent retired from post office, which is in much worse shape regarding quality of coworkers, but with same “can’t be fired” rules..... it’s super tough

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LordKuroTheGreat 2 points ago +2 / -0

That sucks, but good. If life becomes undoable for enough regular Joe's, maybe we can finally get something accomished. Maybe with enough angry men who have had their lives stolen, we can drive the RINOs and Pedocrats into the sea like the story of St Patrick and the snakes. Comfortable men with good jobs, nice houses, and comfortable lifestyles rarely change the world.

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Dr_Steve_Brule [S] 9 points ago +9 / -0

Oh no....that suuuuuuucks.

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Thunderbolt45 8 points ago +8 / -0

I thought for sure they would extend it at the last minute. I'm guessing now they will just wait for the outcry and then reinstate it a few weeks from now.

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Ez_mac 8 points ago +8 / -0

No, no. They will force more people out of work so they can print another $2 trillion

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finscreenname 7 points ago +7 / -0

I wouldn't rent to anyone right now and would sit on the property if I had to.

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FreddyThePatriot 6 points ago +6 / -0

I wonder how many millions of houses will go on the market now. I sure as hell wouldn't be a landlord anymore after that. There's better investments where the government won't just say you cant earn profit off them anymore.

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WilliamHowardShaft 5 points ago +5 / -0

If you have the capital this is going to be a good time to pick up some rental income property. A pretty good chunk of people wont be able to get loans. If you can afford the taxes you could sit on it and sell at hyper inflated prices. Maybe? I dont know either.

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Tenspot20 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm buying here in Florida! Super cheap land, homes and rentals expected over the next 18 months throughout the State!

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scyenceFiction 5 points ago +5 / -0

Hold up and chill for a sec.

It's not going to be as bad for homeowners as the headline states. USDA, VA, FHA and FNMC (Fannie Mae / Freddie Mac) have already come out today and said they'll cover two months more. For a lot of homeowners and farmers in trouble, they'll be good until the end of September.

It's a different story for rent leeches.

https://eminetra.com/eviction-moratorium-to-expire-saturday-as-house-leaves-town-without-passing-extension-atlanta-georgia/667374/

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jubyeonin 5 points ago +5 / -0

They still default to squatter's rights.

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MNMathtic 5 points ago +5 / -0

If you’re looking for a job, there’s going to be a lot of work available in remodeling pretty soon. Have you seen how renters are leaving homes after being evicted?

They. Are. Destroyed.

Sinks and toilets smashed, glass broken, dirt everywhere, spray painted walls, feces on the floor. It’s disgusting.

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ZhaoBaiDeng 2 points ago +2 / -0

Building supplies are through the roof. Dunno how people will be able to fix it, let alone hire others to do it.

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RyanUpCreek 4 points ago +4 / -0

I do metal hunting and recycling so this means more money in my pocket. Oh well

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HadrianTheGreat 1 point ago +1 / -0

Business is booming!

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NvJohansson 3 points ago +3 / -0

Out Out Out

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Raythetexan 3 points ago +3 / -0

Call me crazy but people should be building their own homes even if it's a damn teepee. Living like a pioneer is for better builders. A modern tiny house is better than a mortgage if you can live simple.

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EggPlanter 2 points ago +2 / -0

This. You can pick up land with no credit check from a lot of Based places (for now). A couple hundred bucks a month and you have the foundation to build your teepee and decouple from the failing system.

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Tenspot20 3 points ago +3 / -0

I'll be collecting some motherfucking rent on Sunday!

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Cdogger 3 points ago +3 / -0

It's been over a year. There's lots of jobs, everybody is hiring, the only people at risk of eviction are lazy dumbasses

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RusherOfDin 2 points ago +2 / -0

Serious question here. Where the hell are they going to get all the police officers to throw people out of houses? They're so short-handed in every major city because of the defunding initiative and cops just saying fuck it and retiring they aren't going to be able to kick anyone out of the houses.

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Americanapplepie 2 points ago +2 / -0

BUT THEY GOT THAT 13% PAY INCREASE THROUGH THERE BEFORE THEY LEFT, DIDN’T THEY?! DIDN’T CARE ENOUGH FOR THE LITTLE PEOPLE TO EVEN TALK ABOUT THE EVICTION PROBLEM THAT IS FACING I’M ASSUMING MILLIONS.

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Dictator_Bob 2 points ago +6 / -4

Why are we attacking people who can't pay their bills? I'm not talking about dead beats. I am talking about Trump supporters who have been put into financial situations they cannot recover from.

Can you justify this for me without some dumb fucking meme response?

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Dictator_Bob 5 points ago +7 / -2

You are the reason I hate democrats. Fucking filth.

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Dictator_Bob 1 point ago +3 / -2

Yeah I'm fine and looking at buying in Cabo.

On the front page of this website it says Nancy Pelosi fucked millions. Here you are attacking those people she, who had the power as speaker to stop this, is blaming us. It says this in the thread.

So who is in the right here? You and Pelosi? Or us?

I think we are.

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ZhaoBaiDeng 4 points ago +4 / -0

Nobody is, it's nuanced. Some people are legitimately fucked over and some were just taking advantage. One thing is for sure, it couldn't go on forever.

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AngelMark 1 point ago +1 / -0

We were told in 2008 during the housing crash when our home we purchased in 2007 went from a value of 365,000 to 220,000(we had put 25,000 cash down) not to pay our mortgage and that we could just add the payments to the end of the 30 year mortgage! We said FUCK THAT and kept paying the 3,000 a month even though it was difficult during that time! Thank God we did because friends who didn’t lost their homes and their great credit listening to their corrupt mortgage broker!

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Thirsty_Liberty_Tree 1 point ago +1 / -0

Evict the deadbeats and rent on AirBNB to get pre-paid.

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Dictator_Bob 1 point ago +4 / -3

Why are we attacking people who can't pay their bills? I'm not talking about dead beats. I am talking about Trump supporters who have been put into financial situations they cannot recover from.

Can you justify this for me without some dumb fucking meme response?

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EggPlanter 1 point ago +1 / -0

Dem shills creating more division.

Your response is the big-brain response.

If it was 3 years ago I would say fuck the renters plenty of opportunities. These days, with all the crazy vax shit, a broken SBA, government and industry failing left and right: many good people, many of which are on our side, will be affected.

Whatever it takes to accelerate I suppose.

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OneBigMaga 1 point ago +1 / -0

So does this mean the have left their cage and are about an about where we can tell them to their face what we think of them? We need an app that lets us track politicians everywhere they go. Don't give them a minute of peace. Then need to fear us!

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BulletsForTeethORG 0 points ago +2 / -2

Get a fucking job HIPPIE! There are plenty to be had... I have no sympathy for lazy bastards.