Sunday, May 27, 2007

A Quote on Funding Someone Else's Retirement

I think the stress of watching prices... and looking at all the jerks who want me to fund their lifestyle/retirement by buying their overpriced and undermaintained POS houses just snapped something in my head. If I want to own Real Estate I will just buy REIT shares in a tax deferred account someday.


Blogger J at IHB and HFF said...

Thank you for continuing to post interesting content. I had to put my buy-v.-rent article aside while I posted some wealth articles but I intend to post about renting soon.

May 27, 2007, 2:44:00 PM  

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