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post #1201 of 1906
Jesus somebody post a good photo of their home. Enough of this messy, fratty bullcrap. I fully expect the next image on here to involve a beer can pyramid.
post #1202 of 1906
You can thank me later
post #1203 of 1906
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post
You can't be serious. Les Paul's feel like fake plastic toys? Are you sure you are commenting on a Gibson Les Paul? They are built like tanks, anything else in comparison feels like a toy.

+1. In fact a small part of the reason I don't play mine is the fact that it's too solid and heavy for my personal preference.
post #1204 of 1906
post #1205 of 1906
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Also available for rent at $210,000/month
post #1206 of 1906
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Originally Posted by Navi View Post
Les Paul's look good but they feel like a fake plastic toy guitar for children when you hold them in your hands. They feel so cheap I would never actually buy one, although they do have one of the best designs....


Thanks for the laugh.
post #1207 of 1906
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That's a price/rent ratio of 35.7 (90M / (210K * 12)). Does that seem high for Manhattan?
post #1208 of 1906
I bet it sells for $40 million, max.
post #1209 of 1906
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That's a price/rent ratio of 35.7 (90M / (210K * 12)). Does that seem high for Manhattan?

Yes, nearly twice what you'd expect in a normal apartment in the city. Then again, this is anything but a normal apartment
post #1210 of 1906
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The architecture lends itself beautifully to this look:

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post #1211 of 1906
But a mortgage on the property with 20% down and 5% interest is like $350,000 a month, so $210,000 a month for rent doesn't seem too bad. Usually I think that rent is higher than the mortgage payment.
post #1212 of 1906
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Originally Posted by BrianVarick View Post
But a mortgage on the property with 20% down and 5% interest is like $350,000 a month, so $210,000 a month for rent doesn't seem too bad. Usually I think that rent is higher than the mortgage payment.

From my knowledge, anything over 400K for a mortgage is a jumbo mortgage and is at a higher interest rate. I don't think that the people that would buy this type of place would get a mortgage. I could be wrong.
post #1213 of 1906
^totally dependent on the zip/county in which you live
post #1214 of 1906
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Originally Posted by Stazy View Post
The architecture lends itself beautifully to this look:

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OJFC. One of my brothers basically did this for his daughter.
post #1215 of 1906
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Originally Posted by GSquared View Post
From my knowledge, anything over 400K for a mortgage is a jumbo mortgage and is at a higher interest rate. I don't think that the people that would buy this type of place would get a mortgage. I could be wrong.

A lot of very rich people, have a huge income to live on, but it is entirely based upon their assets, such as stocks. So I bet a lot of people would be able to afford the monthly payment, but not invest so much of their assets into the house.
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