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Old 01-04-2007, 11:26 AM   #11
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That is an awfully nice landlord!! I think a nice thank you card would be a good gesture to show you appreciate their kindness.
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I agree, very nice landlords. I wish my car loan place was that nice lol
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Old 01-04-2007, 12:35 PM   #13
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Usually the taxes end up being more than the mortgage. If all I had to pay was the mortgage and insurance, and not the property tax, I'd have a lot smaller monthly payment
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Your property taxes are more than your mortgage payment? Do you have a huge piece of property, a real long term mortgage, or just high taxes? My taxes are like 10-12% of my mortgage.
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Taxes are high in Upstate NY :(
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Chinski - the rural mid-Michigan market is SIGNIFICANTLY different than the housing costs and living expenses in the east, as pointed out already.
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I knew housing was a lot, I just never figured taxes would be so much more.
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THis is OLD data but its just more then it show there.



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LOL bandit, come to long island 8 grand a year in taxes and 2 grand for the mortgage on a lousey 3 bedroom
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and...I'm moving to New Mexico, lol
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