Who are moving into and out of California?


#103

Ha ha ha ! Because this is wuqijun vs everyone (Money vs Happiness) !!

I am having fun here, Nice indeed :rofl:

This is stress test for you, how much pressure you can handle :joy:


#104

I’m totally into debating multiple people on multiple fronts. Come on! Bring it on!!! :rofl:


#105

Now, you got it ! :rofl:

This will continue until you are fed up with “why the hell I am madly updating here…”, like the one I had and like the one sfdragonboy had :rofl:


#106

I was asking wuqijun since he brought up happiness as a function of income/worth. But I see plenty of other money-obsessed posters here who might take his side. No need for him to be at center stage all the time. :wink:


#107

As the MVP (most valuable poster), I should be at the center stage of every conversation :slight_smile:

Also “money-obsessed” is the wrong choice of word. The correct terminology is “money-driven”. Be careful with your word choice or you might be called a bigot against rich people.


#108

Time for this now.


#109

Hate to burst your bubble but he loves @Elt1 more. Gotta work harder to earn his likes.


#110

That’s fine… I’m not really all that into retaining that title anyways… :grin:


#111

Barney’s hard to please :t_rex:


#112

Wuqijun is different. He doesn’t go to work and lack work related stress. He can handle more stress here


#113

Why are you downplaying my ability… :rofl:


#114

Barnacle ratio 40:1 :clap:t2:
Banana slug vs human 1:1 :slight_smile:


#115

Agree. We had to reconcile ourselves to that attitude in our last 2 purchases. Bid more then what we thot they were worth and figure we will recover it shortly. Turned out to be the case


#116

Good job. Joined the overpaying club :slight_smile: My record is $130k at that time :hugs:


#117

What %.

PM me :slight_smile:


#118

I paid 12% above asking.

Current market price is 50% above last sales price.


#119

Did you buy 2 years and a half ago?


#120

Trulia shows 37% YOY increase. So, it was @13-16% 1st 1.5 years. This matches my observations of transactions in the area.


#121

what area?


#122

past performance is not always a good indicator for future :slight_smile:

Most attractive areas in Bay Area are up by @this %.