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Thinking of idfnl bragging about his bidetsThis story seems relevant:
My wife and I got into an argument about how to calculate how much money we invested in the house before we sold it. In my mind, doing things that I used, wanted, and fully depreciated shouldn't count. For example, I always replace toilets day one. ALWAYS. I like a particular style, height, and comfort level while the kids are at the pool and I always buy the exact same toilet (Kohler Cimaron. I have bought a grand total of 11 over 3 houses, and will be buying 3 more as soon as the new one closes)
She thinks that is a capital improvement, I think it is a cost of living. We got into an argument, I suggested we write into the contract that we get to take the toilets with us to which she replied with an eyeroll and a "God you irritate me somedays. You are such an ass" and the conversation ended
I feel like I won, but leave it to you, the Jury
If you’re going to be making a huge cash investment in a RE market, you should know the answer to these questions. Like, personally and intimately.Looking to buy my first house. I'm intending on renting it out and living elsewhere. Going to offer cash. Any general advice? Things I should ask the realtor when I see it in person? How much under asking price is acceptable to offer?