Foreclosure proceedings down in Marin, statewide
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#1 Apr 20, 2010
It's still a horrible place to live, somebody please buy my house so I can leave.
#2 Apr 20, 2010
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#3 Apr 20, 2010
yeah, santa maria sucks
#4 Apr 20, 2010
once again a realtor is telling us what to think. Let's not forget it was these scum bags that got us in this situation. Don't ever trust a realtors they are out to screw any and everyone.
Housing prices in Marin are continuing to fall. Now there is talk that 600 Trillion, yes trillion, in derivatives could potentially fail. That is more money than on the entire plant! If even a 1/10th were to fail it would destroy housing prices. Obama is laughing, makes it easier for him to bring us socialism or communism. His choice.
#5 Apr 21, 2010
For a quick snapshot of today's market stats, check this out. http://bit.ly/c1WSVy Cheers!
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