You have stated so many times you are sick of CA, why invest more money into it?
And that home IMO is not a place to relax. You need space a quiet location that gives you decompression time!
That lineman is 100% right. That area has been hot for years, more so now with people escaping in the big cities.
Sadly many hollywood fake people have land and homes up there also.
If I could finagle a paid moved to Roossville (north of Kalispell) I would move in a heartbeat.
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I do, i cannot stand California. Really. But with all respect, I will always invest here. I may not live here forever, but I will ALWAYS, have holdings here.They build new houses all the the time. They aren't making anymore land, J.mo that would prolly be great for what you want it for. Me, I'm a redneck, no way would I spend over a half mil and have a HOA with some pencil neck telling me what I can park in my driveway or b1tch about the deer hanging in the tree in the backyard.
I'm not the most intelligent guy, but I'm intelligent enough to read beyond my intelligence, ask around my circle beyond my intelligence, as well as make decisions within my capability. Location and dirt are two very important, but equally different animals.
The location of this home, its prime. Sure it has no dirt, but it has draw. You're a boomer, a techie, a Marin country suburbite. You dont care about dirt. You care about location, lack of maintenance, and pay for fun. I'm the slightly poorer, but know my way around enough part of the mix of that clientele.
Now, will this be a home run, it may not be. But is it a loser, far from it. You guys know me, I'm a no bullshit no debt guy. This one, it's a 5%, 2.75% kind of deal. After it all trickles down I'm going to OPM this one. Other avenues are available of course. But if we do the math, we know I'll asset swap my down, manipulate the rest, and enjoy a vacation home.
I can pay in full for this home. But I wont.
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