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08-22-2019 02:04 AM
Bruce 94VT Totally agree Lee.
08-21-2019 07:19 PM
Lee T Nothing wrong with renting especially if you are young and just starting out. Just don't put all your eggs in a toy. Lee
08-20-2019 08:47 PM
Bruce 94VT Over here, prices are going down and in many cities at a dramatic rate.
08-20-2019 06:10 PM
Texas_Rangers
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It is more a question of priority, investing and good decision making than anything. Are you paying cash or financing? If paying cash then go for it just realizing you will lose value. If you spent the same money on a rental property, it would pay for the lambo in a couple of years and you would own the rental property outright. I would buy the smallest single family residence needing repairs in the nicest neighborhood you can afford. Keep it two years , fix up and convert to a rental. Condos generally are not very good investments -too many fees and maintenance costs. . When I had a lot of rental houses , it was all single family. When I was in my 20s out of college making really good money, I bought a sports car, boat and other toys only to go broke 3 years later. It is more difficult to invest than spend because there is no immediate gratification. I wish I had invested and saved instead of spending on depreciating assets. Now I am just the opposite and my net worth goes up every day. I can buy any car I want but choose to invest instead. I am looking at manual murcies and early Aventadors just because they will probably lose little value if any. But what do I know? All my vehicles , house and most of my equipment is paid for. I own multiple large developments ,various commercial properties and started from NOTHING. You can make a choice to spend or invest but you can accomplish both if you just put less in the car and more in the property. Decisions you make today will affect you for many years to come. Good luck. Choose wisely and you will prosper. A car should be a joy not a burden. I don't mean to preach just hate to see anyone make the same mistakes I did. Lee
Thanks Lee, I appreciate that wisdom. You know, I see what you're saying about buying real property. Thing is, the last three years, housing prices have inflated. Especially here in the Dallas area. So I may rent for a bit while I figure out where I'm gonna work.
08-17-2019 05:29 PM
Lee T It is more a question of priority, investing and good decision making than anything. Are you paying cash or financing? If paying cash then go for it just realizing you will lose value. If you spent the same money on a rental property, it would pay for the lambo in a couple of years and you would own the rental property outright. I would buy the smallest single family residence needing repairs in the nicest neighborhood you can afford. Keep it two years , fix up and convert to a rental. Condos generally are not very good investments -too many fees and maintenance costs. . When I had a lot of rental houses , it was all single family. When I was in my 20s out of college making really good money, I bought a sports car, boat and other toys only to go broke 3 years later. It is more difficult to invest than spend because there is no immediate gratification. I wish I had invested and saved instead of spending on depreciating assets. Now I am just the opposite and my net worth goes up every day. I can buy any car I want but choose to invest instead. I am looking at manual murcies and early Aventadors just because they will probably lose little value if any. But what do I know? All my vehicles , house and most of my equipment is paid for. I own multiple large developments ,various commercial properties and started from NOTHING. You can make a choice to spend or invest but you can accomplish both if you just put less in the car and more in the property. Decisions you make today will affect you for many years to come. Good luck. Choose wisely and you will prosper. A car should be a joy not a burden. I don't mean to preach just hate to see anyone make the same mistakes I did. Lee
08-16-2019 03:44 PM
Bruce 94VT I don’t have that problem luckily.
08-16-2019 03:43 PM
Bruce 94VT Is the problem to the degree where they would knock you under the ear in broad daylight while parked at shop and steal you car?
08-16-2019 11:15 AM
Drew Zee
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You don't have a garage and live in a questionable area? Buy a Buick.
Or a Corvette.
08-15-2019 07:16 PM
Bruce 94VT Sounds pretty bad mate.
08-15-2019 07:05 PM
Texas_Rangers OP here. It's not necessarily a bad area. And I'm moving anyway when I get a job. It's just I drive around a city of millions, and there's a lot of people, some I assume would see a bright colored Lamborghini and might want it. :/

I'm not buying a damn house in this inflated market. Buying a house is a personal decision.
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