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It’s More Important Than Ever For Motivated Sellers To Get Aggressive With Their Pricing

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  1. From the first 5:12 video:

    Spokane’s Housing Market Crash is Inevitable
    Haydn Halsted
    Dec 1, 2022
    This week we are talking about what would cause the housing crash, is likely to happen, and what you need to know if you are buying, selling, or investing in Spokane, WA!

    The second 14 minute video:

    Ontario Real Estate Update for December
    The Mark Loeffler Experience
    Dec 1, 2022
    Are we at the bottom? How far will home sales drop in the Ontario Real Estate Market? Enjoy another Update as I go through ITSO and comparative analysis.

    The third 4:22 video:

    Temecula Valley Housing Market Update
    Jason Gailliot
    Dec 1, 2022

    The fourth 7 minute video:

    Home Prices Finally Fall Year-to-Year – Dec. 2022 LA Housing Market Update
    Mike Weber Real Estate
    Dec 1, 2022
    It looks like median home prices have finally declined beyond where they were at the same time a year ago in the Los Angeles area based on the data that is in as of the 1st of the month. In addition, pending and closed sales continue to fall and inventory continues to build, while we await the next Fed rate hike in December.

    It’s of course more important than ever for motivated sellers to get aggressive with their pricing and sales strategies, as only the most aggressively priced homes are seeing activity and selling. Buyers who can afford to buy with the higher rates, on the other hand, are starting to have a lot more opportunities with a lot less competition. The good news is homes are still selling when a motivated seller comes into alignment with a motivated buyer.

  2. A disabled veteran in Canada has slammed her government for offering to euthanize her when she grew frustrated at delays in having a wheelchair lift installed in her home.

    Retired Army Corporal Christine Gauthier, a former Paralympian, testified in Parliament on Thursday that a Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) caseworker made the assisted suicide offer.

    After years of frustrating delays in getting the home lift, Gauthier says the caseworker told her: ‘Madam, if you are really so desperate, we can give you medical assistance in dying now.’

    The worker who made the offer hasn’t been named, but they are feared to have offered three other veterans who contacted VAC with problems the same ‘solution’, Global News reported. 

    The scandal emerged a week after Canada’s veterans affairs minister confirmed that at least four other veterans were similarly offered access to Canada’s Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) law in response to their troubles.

    Thinking outside the box?

      1. As usual, you missed the point. The VAC official didn’t suggest that she move, it was suggested that she commit state assisted suicide.

        1. i know moving is offensive to suggest today, and suicide is painless………even though i gew up on the 1st floor of a 2 family house when my father got sick we had a handicap ramp built the 5 steps from the back porch to the sidewalk were hard on him. we also had a full basement.

          1. i know moving is offensive to suggest today

            Pay more for less, especially today.

            suicide is painless

            According to the M*A*S*H theme song.

          2. i know moving is offensive to suggest today

            Again, you missed the point: you are a useless eater and they want you dead and gone.

            Even if she had moved to a place with no stairs (which is pretty hard to do if you’re in a wheelchair and don’t have money), the next time she saw a doctor for whatever reason, assisted suicide would be suggested since the quality of her life is obviously terrible.. And someday, it won’t be a suggestion.

            That this is legal next door in Canada is alarming, as the Dems clearly intend to make it legal here and will use Canada as a precedent. And never forget, the right to die can quickly become the duty to die when you become a “burden on society”, the definition of which can change quickly.

    1. If someone offered me “medical assistance to die”, I’d counter with my offer to them of “non-medical assistance to die”.

          1. Hey but it’s subsidized…..

            On a more serious note, everything north of the border is subsidized. It makes businesses south of the border unprofitable.

  3. The lawyer who represented Bernie Madoff has this advice for Sam Bankman-Fried: Shut up.

    Enough with this whole media apology tour, said Ira Sorkin, lead defense lawyer for Madoff, late mastermind of one of the greatest Ponzi schemes of all time.

    As authorities sift through the wreckage of FTX, Bankman-Fried’s collapsed crypto empire, the man known as SBF has been talking to just about everyone.

    “That’s the first order of business: Don’t talk,” Sorkin said. “You’re not going to sway the public. The only people that are going to listen to what you have to say are regulators and prosecutors.”

    “Sometimes clients believe they are smarter than their lawyers. This guy is 30 years old, and he is not smarter than his lawyers,” Sorkin said. “They should be telling him every five minutes to shut up, but sometimes clients don’t listen.”

    1. “…pancreatic and prostate cancer…”

      If true, this is much worse than Parkinson’s. My cousin who had it didn’t last very long. Pancreatic cancer is a medical death sentence.

  4. Blackstone’s BREIT slump looks nasty but not fatal
    Reuters|16 hours ago
    Investors knocked around $8 billion off Blackstone’s market capitalization on Thursday after it said investors were fleeing a flagship real estate fund. That’s hardly the making of a crisis. But it’s a nasty black eye for the $125 billion Blackstone Real Estate Investment Trust

    Mike Novogratz backs off his call for bitcoin to hit $500,000 in 5 years, blaming the Fed’s rate hikes
    YAHOO!Finance on|21 hours ago
    Novogratz said in a recent interview that the Federal Reserve’s monetary-tightening campaign led by chairman Jerome Powell has been the key factor that caused bitcoin’s price to plunge 63% to just under $17,000 this year.

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