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2023.06.04 01:38 waterbottlesnack Got pretty lucky this event
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2023.06.02 18:37 East-Entrance-1534 BBC Orchestra CD
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Have been harassing my sister for over a month waiting for this. Listening to it right now. It’s so great. Loving Someone i think sounds the coolest. I hope they do this with BFIAFL because those songs would be fantastic to hear with a full orchestra, and Mattys voice is so much better now! submitted by East-Entrance-1534 to the1975 [link] [comments]
2023.06.02 04:55 DePingus Someone listed a bunch of apartments for rent with my phone number in the contact info.
Tuesday night I started receiving phone calls and texts messages from people wanting to rent apartments in NY, NJ, and CA from me. I googled my phone number and found a bunch of listings on apartments.com, apartmentguide.com, zumper.com, realtor.com, etc. with my phone number as the contact. It seems to have been done programmatically. All the listings used the same template for the description; only changing room/bath numbers and city.
I googled some of the addresses of those listing and, for some, found the real listing on zillow.com, so this is almost certainly a scam. But what is the scam here? Who is the target? I've received hundreds of calls and texts so far! I'm probably going to have to change my number.
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2023.05.31 22:51 EchoJobs Zillow is hiring Principal Software Development Engineer, Big Data - Comprehensive Customer Dataset Team New York, NY US Remote [PostgreSQL SQL MongoDB Spark MySQL DynamoDB Java Python Redis AWS Scala Streaming Kafka Cassandra]
2023.05.31 16:50 FinTechMaria How to approach process?
Hi all, not sure if this is the right place to ask, but I'm looking to purchase either a home or a lot of land on which to build in the hudson valley, NY, and after looking at zillow for the last five years, my husband and I are really ready to jump in, but I'm not sure how to start the process.
If I go through Zillow, or a listing on a real estate agent's site, am I then in touch with the agent representing the seller? Is there a potential conflict of interest there, and I should instead start the search with finding an agent that will represent us, the buyer? And if the latter, how does one pick? Is it appropriate to reach out to multiple to get a sense of 'fit', or is that frowned upon? Any suggestions on how best to 'vet' a potential agent, or is it just personality match?
I'm also conscious if we purchase land vs an already built house, that may change the agent we choose, and who else we'd need to get involved (surveyor, engineer, etc) to make a decision on land. Any insights there, also appreciated!
Worth noting, we're already in touch with bank, so I'm less worried about the funding aspect.
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2023.05.31 15:08 Dismal-Jellyfish Why we should expect a rate hike in June: A review of what Fed officials have said and what incoming data is saying.
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Good morning Superstonk! Jellyfish back with you to review what folks from the Fed have been saying and to pair it with data to show that we are likely to see a rate hike in June.
Let's get to it!
First, this all 'starts' back with the last announcement 5/3. 5/3/23 Federal Reserve issues FOMC decided to raise the target range for the federal funds rate to 5 to 5-1/4 percent:
Economic activity expanded at a modest pace in the first quarter. Job gains have been robust in recent months, and the unemployment rate has remained low. Inflation remains elevated.
The U.S. banking system is sound and resilient. Tighter credit conditions for households and businesses are likely to weigh on economic activity, hiring, and inflation. The extent of these effects remains uncertain. The Committee remains highly attentive to inflation risks.
The Committee seeks to achieve maximum employment and inflation at the rate of 2 percent over the longer run. In support of these goals, the Committee decided to raise the target range for the federal funds rate to 5 to 5-1/4 percent. The Committee will closely monitor incoming information and assess the implications for monetary policy. In determining the extent to which additional policy firming may be appropriate to return inflation to 2 percent over time, the Committee will take into account the cumulative tightening of monetary policy, the lags with which monetary policy affects economic activity and inflation, and economic and financial developments. In addition, the Committee will continue reducing its holdings of Treasury securities and agency debt and agency mortgage-backed securities, as described in its previously announced plans. The Committee is strongly committed to returning inflation to its 2 percent objective.
In assessing the appropriate stance of monetary policy, the Committee will continue to monitor the implications of incoming information for the economic outlook. The Committee would be prepared to adjust the stance of monetary policy as appropriate if risks emerge that could impede the attainment of the Committee's goals. The Committee's assessments will take into account a wide range of information, including readings on labor market conditions, inflation pressures and inflation expectations, and financial and international developments.
Voting for the monetary policy action were Jerome H. Powell, Chair; John C. Williams, Vice Chair; Michael S. Barr; Michelle W. Bowman; Lisa D. Cook; Austan D. Goolsbee; Patrick Harker; Philip N. Jefferson; Neel Kashkari; Lorie K. Logan; and Christopher J. Waller.
Since the announcement, Fed Governors have gone on to say: https://preview.redd.it/s8wh3su2h43b1.png?width=608&format=png&auto=webp&s=a22d5f67a5e9ddeddc36af6e022bd72eb786fd1f
"I am certainly getting vibes… that a credit crunch or credit squeeze is beginning’.
"I think you have to say recession is a possibility"
"That has to be on everyone's mind"
"The total hours worked by everyone in the economy, not just the number of jobs, and you have seen that the total hours worked has not been as robustly growing as the job numbers would suggest."
The job market and the credit conditions those are the two main things we want to be looking at besides of course the prices themselves. https://preview.redd.it/cbqieuyfh43b1.png?width=607&format=png&auto=webp&s=7d66d5c0587080f29a0a6667b46a4f4e031115b6
- "The Federal Reserve is committed to bringing inflation down. As the Mandalorian would say, "Price stability."
- "The FOMC is mandated by Congress to promote maximum employment and price stability. The goals of our dual mandate are intrinsically linked."
- "Specifically, price stability is essential for the economy to reach its full potential and to sustain maximum employment over the long term."
- "Last June, inflation spiked to a 40-year high of 7 percent, as measured by the personal consumption expenditures (PCE) price index. Since then, inflation has moderated to 4.2 percent, in large part due to a decline in energy prices. That's much better than 7 percent, but still more than double our longer-run goal of 2 percent."
- "But the most persistent area of inflation is in core services excluding housing, which has been running around 4-1/2 percent since last August . This is driven by a continued imbalance in overall supply and demand, and it will take the longest to bring down."
- "I expect inflation to decline to around 3-1/4 percent this year, before returning to our longer-run goal of 2 percent over the next two years."
- "As tighter monetary policy continues to take effect, I expect real GDP to grow modestly this year, with growth then picking up somewhat next year."
- "And I anticipate slow growth will continue to cool the labor market, with unemployment gradually rising to about 4 to 4-1/2 percent over the next year."
- "In my view, our policy stance is now restrictive, but whether it is sufficiently restrictive to bring inflation down remains uncertain."
- "In my view, the most recent CPI and employment reports have not provided consistent evidence that inflation is on a downward path, and I will continue to closely monitor the incoming data as I consider the appropriate stance of monetary policy going into our June meeting."
- "In response to the recent bank failures, it is tempting to engage in a wholesale revision of the bank regulatory framework. Before changing rules, we need to take a critical look at actual weaknesses, and acknowledge the strengths that should be preserved."
- "Accountability is critical for both the bank and for supervisors. Where regulators have failed in supervision, we must hold ourselves accountable."
- "Calls for radical reform of the bank regulatory framework—as opposed to targeted changes to address identified root causes of banking system stress—are incompatible with the fundamental strength of the banking system."
- "Current inflation is still high."
- "Personal consumption expenditures (PCE) inflation, the black line, stands at 4.2 percent, and core PCE inflation, the red line, stands at 4.6 percent for year-end March 2023."
- "Overall, news on inflation so far this year has been mixed."
- "The good news is that food and energy prices both fell in March, and total PCE inflation slowed to 4.2 percent from 5 percent in February."
- "Since peaking last June, inflation has declined about 2.75 percentage points—with nearly all the step-down explained by falling energy prices and slowing food prices."
- "The bad news is that there has been little progress on core inflation."
- "Core goods inflation, the red line in the image above has come down since its peak of 7.6 percent in February 2022, but the most recent news has been discouraging."
- "Outside of used motor vehicle prices, which fell unexpectedly in March, disinflation in core goods prices is occurring at a slower pace than expected."
- "Supply and demand imbalances in the goods sector seem to be resolving less quickly than expected."
- "Core housing services inflation, the black line in the image above, surged over the past couple of years as demand in the housing sector underwent a major shift during the pandemic."
- "The latest monthly readings have started to slow, though that is not yet evident in the 12-month changes shown in the image above."
- "The recent slowing was presaged by a flattening out of rents on new leases to new tenants since the middle of last year."
- "In contrast, core services excluding housing inflation, the blue dashed line in the image above, has not shown much sign of slowing."
“I do want to learn more about what’s happening with all these lagged effects. But I also want to reduce inflation,” “And if more increases are what’s necessary to do that I’m comfortable doing that.”
I am guided by the dual mandate assigned to the Federal Reserve by the U.S. Congress: price stability and maximum employment.
On the one hand, inflation is too high, and we have not yet made sufficient progress on reducing it.
On the other hand, GDP has slowed considerably this year, and even though the effect has been muted in the labor market so far, demand clearly has begun to feel the effects of interest rates that are 5 percentage points higher than they were a little over a year ago.
History shows that monetary policy works with long and variable lags, and that a year is not a long enough period for demand to feel the full effect of higher interest rates.
- backs two more hikes.
- Bullard would have central bank push interest rates up to 5.5%-5.75% range
"Inflation Is Stubbornly High" "Almost no progress." "The news on core inflation was similar." "I do not support stopping rate hikes unless we get clear evidence that inflation is moving down towards our 2 percent objective."
What the Data is saying? Inflation is Re-accelerating!!!:
On rent (remember, rent prices account for the largest proportion of CPI and PCE
), the median asking rent was $1,734, up by $4 from last month and down by $43 from the peak but still $348 (25.1%) higher than the same time in 2019 (pre-pandemic)
: So much for rents flattening, right Jefferson?
Zillow data backs this up. Zillow's observable rent index (asking rents advertised by landlords) https://www.zillow.com/research/april-2023-rent-report-32595/
Asking rents climbed by $12, or 0.6%, from March to April, according to the latest edition of the Zillow Observed Rent Index (ZORI). That brings the index to $2,018, for a cumulative 1.3% increase since its recent low point in January, at $1,991. The 0.6% monthly increase is slightly smaller than the typical April increase of 0.7%, averaged over data from 2016 to 2019, suggesting that today’s growth is still driven mainly by seasonal factors, and that overall leasing conditions are still somewhat cool for this time of year. Typical asking rents at the national level now stand at $2,018, which is 5.3% higher than one year ago, and 0.5% higher than the peak of $2,008 observed in September 2022. That annual growth rate is now down almost 12 percentage points from the peak growth rate of 16.9%, the record-high pace reached in February 2022.
- 'Typical rent' is the highest ever at $2018 per month
- April is the biggest month-to-month increase since August and still appears to be growing
- Annualized, April's rate of increase would be 7.4%
For the Fed governor's above 'looking to see the data', the biggest component of CPI and PCE inflation is still raging from inflation. https://i.redd.it/7voy6brl873b1.gif
The core PCE price index (excludes food and energy and is the Fed's favorite inflation index and the one they base policy after) re-accelerated in April as well. According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis
, on a year-over-year basis, the core PCE price index jumped by 4.7%, same as in July 2022, and up from a 4.6% increase in March
Please note, the (shittly drawn) RED line below is the Fed's stated 2% goal for inflation: https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/PCEPILFE
For almost a year now it has been stuck around 5%! On a month-to-month basis it is not slowing down either: https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/PCEPILFE
Again, services are where nearly 2/3 of consumer spending goes and it is still growing, 8.4% on a year-to-year basis: https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/PCES#0
Again, jumping month-to-month: https://preview.redd.it/8mt9nhfld73b1.png?width=1812&format=png&auto=webp&s=e78a92915ac9576671b933f7c2417d2a770cb650
Another view of it all from the NY Fed
Okay, so it is pretty darn clear that inflation is not tamed and rates need to go higher. Does the labor market and broader economy (as measured vid GDP) data 'support'? (I use this term VERY loosely, more to show that these areas can take on the pain of additional rate hikes)
Employment is still strong and wages are 'elevated' higher than Jefferson is comfortable with as indicated above (can't have raises above 2% now, can we?)... The revised GDP is another reason for Jefferson called out above to agree to a rate hike
I have to imagine it was powered by this RECORD spending by consumers! https://preview.redd.it/m23aczszi73b1.png?width=1815&format=png&auto=webp&s=b02913c61909fd2972245c161eb4db1eed313fee
It looks like a LOT of this spending has gone on credit cards for consumers: From 1st quarter 2022 to 1st quarter 2023, total household debt has increased $1,205 billion to $17.05 trillion (+7.57%)--Mortgage balances ($864 billion), HELOC ($22 billion), Student loans ($14 billion), Auto loans ($93 billion), Credit Card debt ($145 billion), Other ($67 billion).
When will inflation end?
In my opinion, it will not be unless and until the Fed get the Federal Funds rate at and ABOVE Core CPI and as we can see, they still have work to do: Once the Fed can get this 'narrower ban' of goods and services in control, the rest of core PCE should follow.
- Fed Governors say they will consider more rate hikes based on data
- Review of data shows the job is not done
- Expect a June rate hike
- How does this relate to GameStop?
- The broader economy is seeing regional banks blow up at these rates, what sort of stress will higher rates cause in the banking system with those trying to maintain their short positions for another day?
2023.05.31 11:19 Appropriate_Syrup574 [IWantOut] 33F US -> US/Canada
Hey there. Looking for some perspective.
33F originally from the US, living in South Korea for the last 5+ years on a teaching English visa. I have recently decided that teaching isn't worth it for me anymore, and am currently completing a second Bachelor's in Computer Science. I'll be finished by next summer. My first Bachelor's is in Human Development & Family Sciences (basically pre-Social Work). I am weighing my options between returning to the US or trying for permanent residency in Canada. Pro-US
- My family is getting older, and I want to be there to help & support them financially.
- Familiar culture - one of the big reasons I'm calling it quits in Korea is due to lack of community. I feel isolated, and it's heavily impacting my mental health. I want to be part of a community, to build lasting relationships, and to belong somewhere.
- Financial security. IT pays much better in the US.
- No immigration issues.
- Housing in some of the areas I'm interested in moving (Minneapolis, upstate NY, western Mass) isn't too outrageous.
- Politics. I'm a queer woman and generally not optimistic about the future of the country. I know it's not all doom-and-gloom, but it's hard not to be pessimistic when I read the news out of America.
- Healthcare costs.
- Gun violence. Part of the reason I went back to school is because I refuse to teach in the US, and a big part of it is related to gun violence.
I have been looking into Permanent Residency requirements for Canada, and they seem achievable to me. I could easily afford a Master's from a Canadian university, which seems like a good path to PR. Pro - Canada
Neg - Canada
- Healthcare is more affordable.
- Less gun violence.
- Culturally similar to the US. Not the same, but probably as similar as I'm gonna get.
- Cheaper universities - if I get my Master's in Canada, it will cost a fraction of what it might in the US.
- Housing prices. I doomscroll through Zillow often these days, and it seems impossible that I could ever afford to live in BC, which is where my heart is. I went to university in the PNW and miss those forests. I'm looking at some more affordable options in Alberta now, but I'm not enamored with the area. In a perfect world, I would love to own a home one day.
- Hoops to jump through for Permanent Residency.
- Far from family. I want to be closer to family in case of health emergencies, and I would love to have my grandmother move in/nearby so that I can help with her care. My family lives in Florida, which is an absolute no-go for me, and I doubt I could convince my grandmother to move to the Great White North.
I just feel very stuck right now. I feel like I will regret not spending more time with my family-- especially my grandmother, who I'm very close to-- as they get older. At the same time, all my friends that know about my plans are screaming at me not
to come back to America, it's a garbage dump. What would you do?
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2023.05.30 22:20 EchoJobs Zillow is hiring Principal Software Development Engineer, Big Data - Comprehensive Customer Dataset Team New York, NY US Remote [PostgreSQL SQL MongoDB Spark MySQL DynamoDB Java Python Redis AWS Scala Streaming Kafka Cassandra]
2023.05.30 21:08 ZookeepergameNo6015 Moving from Long Island NY
My wife and I want to purchase our own home. Currently we live with my parents as we were trying to save enough money for a house. We are stuck between moving to CT or PA. I wanted some advice and maybe someone can share their experience moving from NY to CT or PA? We have a child, he is 1 year old and school district is important to me. I know CT and PA both have some great school districts. I am also looking to spend between 500k-700k max. I have a ex manager that moved from NY to CT and she said her kids love it there. Ive also found some nice homes on zillow in CT. However for our price range in PA there are also very nice homes.
Can someone share their experience of either state and if they had to move again if they'd stick with their choice?
Any help would be appreciated, thanks!
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2023.05.30 14:19 thesceen Andrew Tate’s right hand chick “Top Girl” Keiko is such a dork. That’s what happens when you let women take over the manosphere.
2023.05.30 03:43 my606ins 8287 W Lake Rd, Westfield, NY 14787 MLS #R1456979 Zillow
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2023.05.30 02:12 AlaskanIceWater Would this be a good move?
Hi guys I am looking at purchasing a home for the first time. I am currently in NY in the five boroughs paying almost about 1600 in rent for a tinystudio making about 100k a year. that is actually a steal for NY. I have 30k I can put towards a downpayment, but that wont get me far within the five boroughs, but besides that I detest NYC and Long Island as well so that's a no go.
I've been looking on zillow and see homes in upstate NY, about an 1-1.5 hrs from me that are going for around 100k and under. Most houses in the city of any decent value are like 300k+ at least even in bad neighborhoods. Now granted some of these homes I've seen look pretty beat up, but Zillow hasn't listed any major issues on these properties. Some are quite remote, but that is something I actually desire, some of the locations are beautiful, the houses just look like shit.
Am I crazy to be considering to move to one of these homes? I dont really know anything about homes and I've been a city kid all my life but I'm absolutely sick of the city and a beat up 80k house in the woods with a 'zestimate' of 600$ a month seems heaven sent to me. Is there something I'm missing? I'm in the process of arranging a meeting with a broker just to understand the whole process a little better but these homes seem like a great deal to me. Any advice would be appreciated. Thank you.
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2023.05.29 17:05 sauna_apartment Carless: Escarpment Trail, the Catskills NY
I've been meaning to do this for awhile as I've found the info regarding backpacking without a car in the NYC area lacking, half-baked, or in practice, untrue. The thread in the sidebar is excellent, but AT focused. I'll see a post that say take this bus service to a certain town and taxi to the trailhead, but what it may not say is that there is no service to call a taxi on arrival or that line only runs on weekdays that direction. Not to say I won't be repeating common knowledge as I definitely will, but hopefully you'll find something in my logistics useful for planning your own ventures sans car.
A little bit about me: I am a lightweight backpacker (slowly working on dropping my last few ounces) living in Queens, NY. I generally love the public (and private) transit in NYC metro area, although it always could be improved and there are aspects that are deeply frustrating, large and small. In addition to not having a car, I also work a 9-5 job; this and future trail reports will reflect that I often only have a weekend to enact my plans. The Escarpment Trail
- Direction: SoBo
- Miles in total: ~26
- Nights: 1
Buy a ticket on the Trailways bus line from Port Authority to Windham, NY. On Saturdays, there is a bus that departs at 8am. That is the one you want. The Trailways' stations are in the bottom of Port Authority, terminals 28-34. Double check your bus is correct with the attendant as the what is on the directory and what terminal they're actually leaving from may be at odds. When boarding, tell the driver that you want the Escarpment Trailhead Parking lot
, which is slightly before Windham; in between Windham, East Windham, and Hensonville; after Cairo; on route 23. If you pass Smitty's Nursery & Landscape on the left you've gone too far. I didn't know you could ask the driver to drop you off at a non-designated stop, but he said it was okay as long as its on route. I'm assuming this is a driver by driver thing, but as long as you're not an ass about it, I bet they'll say yes. However, I did not know this perk until a woman request to be let off before Windham, and I got off with her and proceeded to backtrack to the trailhead on route 23. If you have to walk the shoulder, maybe you can hitch a ride, but you'd be luckier than me.
Make sure you have water. At the trailhead there is a stream. There is no water after that until 0.4 miles past Dutcher Notch, which is ~12 miles away.
Starting from the first sign off 23, the trail is very well marked (until North South Campground), simply follow the blue markers. A commenter on Alltrails writes:
If you can get Wyndham and BlackHead out of the way on the first day the second day is pretty smooth after the initial climb out of the notch. Amazing view after amazing view.
Views translate to ascents. Climbing Blackhead was confirmed steep and arduous after already hiking 9 miles. But this is the hardest climb during the trip, so once summited, it's all smooth sailing. Day 1 clocked about 11 miles (excluding walk to the trailhead).
I camped somewhere on the backside of Arizona Mountain overlooking the valley. It was gorgeous, but unexpectedly buggy for no water nearby and a slight breeze. If you're hiking this in two days one night as I was, you need to get to around the Notch. In the notch, there is an intersection between the Escarpment trail (straight), the Colgate Lake Trail (right), and the Dutcher Notch Trail (left). A short ways down the Dutcher Notch Trail there is a spring (a pipe in the rock) where you can filter water. This is the last place to filter water before North Lake.
Not much to report for the first half of the day; the Catskills are beautiful. There is a very cool plane wreckage. The Escarpment trail gives views to the NorthEast, and often times you can see the Green Mountains, the Whites, and the Berkshires, depending on the clarity. Eventually you'll reach North Point on North Mountain. Here, you'll start to encounter day hikers staying at NorthSouth Campground. I was fairly alone for most of the path; some families at the start, a few day hikers going to Windham High Peak, but very few backpackers. Which imo is preferable; I like the solitude. The frequency of day hikers increased the closer you get to the campground, but most of them were heading out as I was heading in, and only one had a bluetooth speaker.
Reaching North Lake, you are a jungle person breaching civilization. People are grilling and getting stuff out of their SUVs, while you smell and swim in your skivvies. Or at least, that's what I did. After a nice dip, find the blue markers at the back of the campground. There is no more markings for the Escarpment Trail although you're still on it. The signs will say to Catskill Mountain House Site and to Boulder Rock. Stay on the blue markers.
Eventually you'll come to Kaaterskill Falls. I only went to the lookout not the base, as I was unsure how much more walking I'd have to do and I was anxious about the time (around 2pm, the bus back was 5:55pm.) Also Kaaterskill Falls was overrun by tourists, which are different than day hikers. I can't complain as Kaaterskill Falls has been a tourist attraction since the mid 1800s, but after two days in the peaceful woods, I wasn't keen about been around all the activity.
Instead of finishing the Escarpment Trail at Schutt Rd. Parking Lot, take the Kaaterskill Rail Trail
to the Haines Falls Train Station. Its about a 1.5 miles of pathway that brings you back to route 23A. At 23A, take a right and walk along the shoulder for about 2 miles into the town of Tannersville, NY. On 23A, stop at the Twilight General Store for an optional ice cream, however the key stop is Bear & Fox Provisions
in Tannersville. Great selection of beer and cider, one of which the proprietor brews from apple trees from the side of the road.
Catch the 5:55pm Trailways bus from outside the pharmacy (5980 Main St.
), which after a brief stop in Kingston, returns to Port Authority. I would recommend buying both ticket ahead of time as I had varying degrees of mediocre service the whole trip. Day 2 clocked about ~14 miles (including walking to Tannersville)
The Escarpment is great trail for an experienced hiker. Like other Catskill hikes, it's as beautiful as it is difficult. It's very possible to do it in a weekend, but a slower paced individual or group may want to do it in three days, two nights which may affect bus times and accessibility. Enjoy a carless excursion and remember to bring an eye mask and ear plugs for the bus ride. imgs
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2023.05.29 06:16 Quirky-Amoeba-4141 I had NO IDEA that basic houses in Queens cost $1,000,000 !!
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2023.05.28 18:01 oldyawker A Bicycle Trip From Kingston NY to Trenton NJ mostly following the Delaware
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2023.05.28 02:27 Countup4k Qc?
2023.05.27 20:05 keefsaturn I can say with full confidence that that is Zack Short
2023.05.27 18:04 ouroborosfan34 Looking for housemate (male)! $650/month with Internet, Utilities, and Laundry Included.
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2023.05.27 16:17 ajpruett Taconic Psychiatry is VERY EXCITED to announce addition of Sarah Ferrillo, DNP with first time coverage of South Carolina!
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2023.05.26 21:19 rarecandys Is my realtor doing their job, or should I look for another realtor?
Hi all, like everyone here I am a first time home buyer with no experience dealing with realtors besides the one I have now. I've started back in March and I asked them for help since they were recommended by the lender and seems to made good amount of sales on Zillow. They were always quick to reply to my texts and help me schedule appointments to showings. Sometimes they'd also show up and walk us through the home. However it's been 5 offers and we were always the backups. When I ask the realtor for recommendations to have a nicer offer, they never gave us any concrete recommendations. We only started offering appraisal gaps because we wanted to give a higher down and then they mentioned it. I look online and I see people offering earnest money, but my realtor never mentioned it. I ask my realtor what the chosen offer was and they never got back to me. Don't get me wrong, I don't think the realtors are bad people, but I am just getting frustrated that I keep losing and don't know what to do. I know everyone here is most likely on the same boat but I don't know if it's just my realtor who's like this or all realtors are like that. Also if I look for a new realtor, would they know?
Edit: To add, we are located in NY. My last offer was 85k above asking and still lost. Feeling really frustrated especially because I don't know what the chosen offer was.
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