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  1. #21
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    No need to make excuses.... Some boys are just very fond of their mothers.... Nothing wrong with that


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    har....

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    RLY???




    Dude you started it


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    mine was aimed at keys...........i wasnt making excuses thats what happened

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    And I posted a reply but removed it.

    Something along the lines that you must be stupid (can't you see my avator).

    But then, ........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keys View Post
    And I posted a reply but removed it.

    Something along the lines that you must be stupid (can't you see my avator).

    But then, ........
    cant you see mine?? im a tattooed pikey

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    Well it totally depends upon your budget. It you are able to pay lump slum amount then buying a home is good option. But if your budget does not allow you then renting is a a better option. For any thing you could sale out, first you have to invest in it.

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    Renting make sense only when there is no enough fund to support buying a home. Because of low interest rates and home prices that have risen more slowly than rents, buying is now cheaper than renting.

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    Yes it does make sense when you can't afford to buy your own house. While you are renting you should also be saving as much as you can so that later down the track you can buy a house. Renting pays off to the landlord but leaves you with no asset in the end.

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    Makes better sense to stay at home with Mummy and save. Keep your legs crossed so that there is no little one involved. Don't buy a pet so that your chances of renting (should you need to) are increased. Keep out of jail. Stay in school when you are young.

    A lot of things assist with home purchases. Not just accommodation. It is never "just" renting. Never "just" saving. It is way too complicated for one "simple" solution.


 

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