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certificate of deed

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by postmodernism, Mar 18, 2005.

  1. postmodernism

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    certificate of deed

    Discussion started by postmodernism - Mar 18, 2005

    Someday i will hopefully "own" a home. Its clearly better that renting since you build equity. What I reall want is the actual deed to the property that will supposedly be mine. A certificate of deed seems like crap. This certificate of deed indicates that a deed in fact exists... but you cant have it.... You dont own your own property even though you paid for it. Its state property. Like modern feudalism. You can work and stay on the land but it isnt really yours. You kinda own it but not really. No matter what you have to live with it. You cant do just anything with "your" property either. Everything needs to be approved. Its sort of a rude awakening. Not a huge deal but annoying nevertheless.
     
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    postmodernism - Replied Mar 18, 2005

    and yeah correct me if im wrong. I just kinda worked this through in my head without doing any research. Sometimes i get things twisted.
     
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    Abracadabra - Replied Mar 18, 2005

    welcome to being a grown up. kinda sucks sometimes huh?


    something to bum out my american (and everyone else) friends:

    here in australia we have a thing called the "first home buyers grant". essentially, when you buy your first home the government gives you $15,000 for it. pretty cool huh?
     
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    GEEB - Replied Mar 18, 2005

    ^^^
    thats pretty cool, does that 15,000 mean you can anything with it??
    because about 9 times out of ten when you buy a new house you also need to get new furniture, wiht 15 grad in my wallet id be making a few visits to Ikea...
     
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    slave_one - Replied Mar 18, 2005

    i want a home...but i doubt if i'll ever reach homeowner status.
     
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    uncle-boy - Replied Mar 18, 2005

    i think ima get my folks house in hawaii.
    perfect spot to raise a family.
    hopefelly that wont happen in a LONG time tho.
     
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    oneeightyone - Replied Mar 18, 2005

    I just aquired the office where ive worked in the last 2 years, homeowner status, hopefully in 1 - 2 years now. yay me.

    and dont fret about deeds and steez, get yourself a house, refinance on the equity, pull out 80 grand or so and buy whatever you want, then keep doing that every so often and you'll be happy.
     
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    WhiteOx - Replied Mar 18, 2005

    unfortunately, housing in Australia is alot more expensive than the states
     
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    GnomeToys - Replied Mar 18, 2005

    I think we had grants like that here at some point, but I don't know if they still exist. I would imagine funding probably got cut so money could be spent on multi-billion dollar wars in foreign countries.
     
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    Abracadabra - Replied Mar 18, 2005

    unfortunately, housing in Australia is alot more expensive than the states
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    no it's not, where'd you get that idea from?
     
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    postmodernism - Replied Mar 18, 2005

    i think im starting to get it. Its all fabricated, A big illustrious lie that goes way deeper than just the certificate of deed. Not that any of that really matters. I wish there were better options. Glorified serfdom just isnt all that its cracked up to be. I mean. Government is necesarry for some obvious reasons. There is always going to be somebody trying to flex. It's the power of government that seems increasingly inappropriate. Our constitution was written and created as a institutional deterent, Complete with checks and balances to insure said government dosent become too powerful. This just no longer seems to be the case.
    I would move out of the States. I dont agree with our foriegn, or domestic policy at all. Not even a little bit. Maybe when im done with school another country will consider me for Citizenship. I would want dual citizenship, after all America has great potential but it reached a crossroad. There were 2 paths it could have gone down and it choose the wrong one.
     
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    bodice_ripper - Replied Mar 18, 2005

    my understanding was that First Time Buyers Grants (which happen over here too) were essentially a pointless vote buying excercise, since anytime there was a rise or fall in the grant - house prices followed suit....
     
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