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Old 02-13-2013, 08:24 AM   #97571
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You obviously can't read either. I said you WANT the R, you don't NEED it.

And never said you needed or wanted a house. I asked what dating someone had to do with getting a house.


Why rent again, you have nothing when the rent is over. Just like leasing a car. You have nothing when the lease is up and have to start over.
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Old 02-13-2013, 08:24 AM   #97572
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I had an eBay order do that too for my climate control knobs. Was ups, but usps delivered it. Prob the way the cheapest shipping works.
Yeah idk, just seems strange to me. I didn't even choose the cheapest shipping option. They offered a "free shipping" but it said it would take 7-10 days so I paid for standard shipping. I wonder what the process would've been if I chose the free route?
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Old 02-13-2013, 08:25 AM   #97573
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Why is everyone hating on achoo lol, if he wants a new car instead of buying a house in an area he might not even be in within the next few years what's the point?

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Old 02-13-2013, 08:28 AM   #97574
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Yeah idk, just seems strange to me. I didn't even choose the cheapest shipping option. They offered a "free shipping" but it said it would take 7-10 days so I paid for standard shipping. I wonder what the process would've been if I chose the free route?
No idea. What pissed me off was I waited at home all day after work, thinking it was gonna come. Called and asked wtf, then they told me the usps crap
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Old 02-13-2013, 08:30 AM   #97575
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Why is everyone hating on achoo lol, if he wants a new car instead of buying a house in an area he might not even be in within the next few years what's the point?

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Old 02-13-2013, 08:35 AM   #97576
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Here's the best way to save a ton of interest. 15yr mortgage. Mine is 100 more a month but paid off half the time and 38000 less interest.
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Old 02-13-2013, 08:35 AM   #97577
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Do what you wants achoo but I better get to take that bitch out for a drive
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Old 02-13-2013, 08:55 AM   #97578
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Here's the best way to save a ton of interest. 15yr mortgage. Mine is 100 more a month but paid off half the time and 38000 less interest.
wanna know a better way? 30yr mortage, but calculate out the amount you'd pay per month to do a 15yr. and then pay that.
using Kyles 100k house with 20k down
30yr monthly payment is $533.62
15yr monthly payment is $736.80

difference of $203.18 per month. if you applied that extra $203.18 per month to the 30yr mortage it all goes towards paying off the principle. if you pay that $203.18 difference by having a 15yr mortage $10.15 a month is being wasted on interest.

over 15yrs that saves you an additional $1827 in interest. not to mention 30yr mortages typically have a lower overall interest rate as well so you're saving doubly.
actually its even a bit more than that because its a compound interest but I dont have time to calculate that out just now.
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I know. I could... and I plan on it once I get this R... cuz then I'll be perfectly content with my car situation and not want to buy anything new and the real saving can begin
the need versus want shit i'm fine with.

tbh it's THIS i'm most worried about.

I think it'll be the next E30. I hope you prove me wrong.

plus there's turbo'ing the G and all the other car plans you want to do. but again i hope you prove me wrong.
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Old 02-13-2013, 08:58 AM   #97580
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wanna know a better way? 30yr mortage, but calculate out the amount you'd pay per month to do a 15yr. and then pay that.
using Kyles 100k house with 20k down
30yr monthly payment is $533.62
15yr monthly payment is $736.80

difference of $203.18 per month. if you applied that extra $203.18 per month to the 30yr mortage it all goes towards paying off the principle. if you pay that $203.18 difference by having a 15yr mortage $10.15 a month is being wasted on interest.

over 15yrs that saves you an additional $1827 in interest. not to mention 30yr mortages typically have a lower overall interest rate as well so you're saving doubly.
actually its even a bit more than that because its a compound interest but I dont have time to calculate that out just now.
Good in theory, but usually 15 year mortgages have at least a .5% lower interest rate. Sometimes more, to basically negate that difference. It's still good to do a 30 year fixed either way, and pay it off faster. That way if you get in a bind you can lower your payments.
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