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Sep 15, 2007
Colorado Springs
If you're waiting for an entry point into the market, you might be waiting for a long time. A lot of those top losers on your list are still not cities I'd invest in. Even if you lose 20% of the value on a home in California, for example -- it's still not exactly going to cashflow with a small down payment... So what's the hype about? You'd have to lose something like 50% off of home values in California to put them into a cashflowing range, and the Fed is not gonna let that happen.:cheers:

- Hakrjak


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Speedway Pass
Aug 9, 2007
I know, this list means very little. It was more of an FYI to people in case anyone is thinking about making any moves in any of these markets.


Aug 28, 2007
Thanks for the link. I don't know much about the other places but Fort Worth / Arlington is still a pretty good market. I guess because it is so close to Dallas which has inflated values. Imagine a mid size city with moderate home values within 40 minutes of LA or San Francisco, thats Fort Worth. At least that's my take on the place.
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