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Thread: Rep retirement lodge CC - greetings from heathrow

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    Re: Rep retirement lodge CC - greetings from heathrow

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    Re: Rep retirement lodge CC - greetings from heathrow

    Good Morning, Lodge!

    Officially out of the old apartment. Spent yesterday morning finishing cleaning up the place. It was a 1bd/1ba above the boiler and laundry rooms. We were paying $795 a month. Now I have a 2bd/2ba with an in-unit washer and dryer. Mortgage is $905 plus a $200 association fee. I still cannot believe my old apartment complex had the audacity to want to charge us $905 if we renewed for another 12 months. We flat out told them we have double the space for the same size and it is ours!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brenthoven View Post
    And this mugginess can go away anytime now.
    I was at the Vali-Hi drive-in last night, and the mugginess was setting people on edge. We had a lot of fun watching people argue over spots when there were still others available. The heat and humidity played a role in those arguments, no doubt. Then it got fairly chilly during the night, while the movies were playing.

    Also, people need to learn drive-in etiquette.
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    Quote Originally Posted by St. Clown View Post
    I was at the Vali-Hi drive-in last night, and the mugginess was setting people on edge. We had a lot of fun watching people argue over spots when there were still others available. The heat and humidity played a role in those arguments, no doubt. Then it got fairly chilly during the night, while the movies were playing.

    Also, people need to learn drive-in etiquette.
    It's a little better today. Last night was actually REALLY nice out once the sun went down, and the humidity broke a little.

    Doing recon for the upcoming trip, to maximize taprooms for growlers, good eats, and scenery on Wed, and then figuring out the same for Thu, while half the group waits for the other half to come up on Thu. Probably hitting up Marquette MI on Thur morn/afternoon. Getting a little antsy now.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brenthoven View Post
    It's a little better today. Last night was actually REALLY nice out once the sun went down, and the humidity broke a little.

    Doing recon for the upcoming trip, to maximize taprooms for growlers, good eats, and scenery on Wed, and then figuring out the same for Thu, while half the group waits for the other half to come up on Thu. Probably hitting up Marquette MI on Thur morn/afternoon. Getting a little antsy now.....
    I was running about two hours ago. It was 83 and humid. That's not so much of an improvement as I'd like.
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    Weather pretty much topped out, so that's swell.
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    Went out there to visit a friend at BU who did a "study abroad" in LA. The city was awful: hot, expensive, and poor. Santa Monica was really pretty though.

    Les, we were looking at houses in Mass. I think times may have changed. We saw a 3 bed/2.5 bath with little land for over 600k in Billerica. Solidified our decision to stay in NH.
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    Good Morning, Lodge!

    Officially out of the old apartment. Spent yesterday morning finishing cleaning up the place. It was a 1bd/1ba above the boiler and laundry rooms. We were paying $795 a month. Now I have a 2bd/2ba with an in-unit washer and dryer. Mortgage is $905 plus a $200 association fee. I still cannot believe my old apartment complex had the audacity to want to charge us $905 if we renewed for another 12 months. We flat out told them we have double the space for the same size and it is ours!
    Yay!!

    Nighty night lodge! Morning mook!

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    Re: Rep retirement lodge CC - greetings from heathrow

    Quote Originally Posted by Lady wore Black View Post
    Good Morning, Lodge!

    Officially out of the old apartment. Spent yesterday morning finishing cleaning up the place. It was a 1bd/1ba above the boiler and laundry rooms. We were paying $795 a month. Now I have a 2bd/2ba with an in-unit washer and dryer. Mortgage is $905 plus a $200 association fee. I still cannot believe my old apartment complex had the audacity to want to charge us $905 if we renewed for another 12 months. We flat out told them we have double the space for the same size and it is ours!
    I suddenly felt a bit ripped off at $925/mo for 2BD/1BR with the W/D in the basement.

    Then I remembered, "Oh right, this would be $3,000+/mo on the coasts", and I laughed and relaxed.
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    Re: Rep retirement lodge CC - greetings from heathrow

    Good Morning, MEUSA!


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    Re: Rep retirement lodge CC - greetings from heathrow

    Quote Originally Posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
    I suddenly felt a bit ripped off at $925/mo for 2BD/1BR with the W/D in the basement.

    Then I remembered, "Oh right, this would be $3,000+/mo on the coasts", and I laughed and relaxed.
    On this coast that would be per week in season. Probably closer to 5K a week.

    Good Morning Lodge!

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    Re: Rep retirement lodge CC - greetings from heathrow

    mookie's current digs are 37kd/night. breakfast in included. as well as daily maid service. free toiletries. bottled water. coffee & tea.
    a legend and an out of work bum look a lot alike, daddy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mookie1995 View Post
    mookie's current digs are 37kd/night. breakfast in included. as well as daily maid service. free toiletries. bottled water. coffee & tea.
    10,000 USD a night? 😰

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    Re: Rep retirement lodge CC - greetings from heathrow

    good thing that bill goes straight to accounting!!!!
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    Re: Rep retirement lodge CC - greetings from heathrow

    @Brent, et. al.:

    Looks like I'll be able to make a trip up to the UP. I'll go up Wednesday and stay in Baraga Wednesday and Thursday nights. Have to drive back Friday, though - family has plans for me Saturday. I'm down for whatever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
    I suddenly felt a bit ripped off at $925/mo for 2BD/1BR with the W/D in the basement.

    Then I remembered, "Oh right, this would be $3,000+/mo on the coasts", and I laughed and relaxed.
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    Re: Rep retirement lodge CC - greetings from heathrow

    Apt living will always be more expensive for less space. I've paid between $600 and $1600 for rent in my various apt over the years.

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    I just can't ever imagine renting unless I know I will be moving in a few years. It's just throwing money away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dxmnkd316 View Post
    I just can't ever imagine renting unless I know I will be moving in a few years. It's just throwing money away.
    Any of us could die any moment. So what's the point of worrying about equity!

    Although, I do own a house now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dxmnkd316 View Post
    I just can't ever imagine renting unless I know I will be moving in a few years. It's just throwing money away.
    Due to sellers fees associated with the home buying process, it's often said that if you're planning on moving within seven years, you should rent instead of purchase. The higher monthly bill of renting is most often offset by the seller fees. And you're also going to rent if you don't have the cash to put down enough cash to satisfy lenders' financing requirements.
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