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  1. #111
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry View Post
    Latest valuation guesstimates from Questionable Value, for Hastings area, just in.

    I can't recall when the last one was done. Every 4 or 5 years, isn't it? (For General Revaluations)

    Any way . . .

    An increase in CV of 77%.

    An increase in land value of 100%.

    An increase in improvements value of 23%.

    Quite a jump.
    I think the bulk of the increase in land was over over last 2 years .

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    A bit over three years on, now.
    How's it all looking folks?

    Some interesting point-of-view posts, reading back.
    (Or forwards from the beginning.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry View Post
    A bit over three years on, now.
    How's it all looking folks?

    Some interesting point-of-view posts, reading back.
    (Or forwards from the beginning.)
    As annoying it is, to watch the self appointed judging, (from a safe standpoint).
    It's an immensely useful and valuable service.
    Thanks for taking the time to do it.

    It reveals the nature and drivers of our economic system to date.
    (just consider the unusual economic tools that have been recently deployed to keep the financial system ticking).

    Why have all these predictions been wrong?
    Because they have been bets against the status quo.

    Why has the status quo been preserved?
    Because the people making the rules see it as beneficial.

    Will the people making the rules be able to always steer the system to their liking?
    Will the people making the rules decide they like it some other way?
    Ha.
    We'll just have to wait and see.


 

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