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    Apr 15, 2016 8:39 PM GMT
    i just bought an apartment

    550 square feet 1 bedroom apartment with fireplace, parquet flooring, high ceilings, my own parking space, downtown, in one of the cultural gems, in the European capital


    Drinking tonight






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  • ChicagoSteve

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    Apr 15, 2016 9:04 PM GMT
    Congrats Bonaparts, that's great! I know when I bought my first place how excited I was.icon_biggrin.gif
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    Apr 15, 2016 9:06 PM GMT
    ChicagoSteve saidCongrats Bonaparts, that's great! I know when I bought my first place how excited I was.icon_biggrin.gif


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    I bet you didn't buy it in downtown with all the extras in one of the European capital gems
  • ChicagoSteve

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    Apr 15, 2016 9:11 PM GMT
    My current place is across the street from my first place. Just north of downtown Chicago in the city's most expensive neighborhood. 23 years ago when I bought my first place, prices were cheap. Now they are not. I would not be able to afford this neighborhood if I were a first time buyer now.
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    Apr 16, 2016 12:36 AM GMT
    Bonaparts saidi just bought an apartment

    550 square feet 1 bedroom apartment with fireplace, parquet flooring, high ceilings, my own parking space, downtown, in one of the cultural gems, in the European capital

    Drinking tonight

    In downtown, in one of these cities is my new apartment
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    I thought
    they measured in meters in europe - not feet.
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    Apr 16, 2016 4:57 AM GMT
    ^ we do, I just wrote in feet for you idiots to understand
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    Apr 16, 2016 4:59 AM GMT
    2Bnaked saidBy the sea is better. Real Estate is a good thing! How much btw? I might like another place......



    By the sea is better .... if you want to get skin cancer
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    Apr 16, 2016 5:04 AM GMT
    ChicagoSteve saidMy current place is across the street from my first place. Just north of downtown Chicago in the city's most expensive neighborhood. 23 years ago when I bought my first place, prices were cheap. Now they are not. I would not be able to afford this neighborhood if I were a first time buyer now.


    congrats mate, you can sell it and afford all the young boys you want
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    Apr 16, 2016 3:22 PM GMT
    Enjoy your new flat !!
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    Apr 16, 2016 4:27 PM GMT
    neffa saidEnjoy your new flat !!


    cheers mate ;)
  • mybud

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    Apr 16, 2016 4:32 PM GMT
    Congrats bro, nothing like being a home owner.
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    Apr 17, 2016 6:49 AM GMT
    mybud saidCongrats bro, nothing like being a home owner.



    TA :-)
  • Unnamed6

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    Apr 17, 2016 8:40 AM GMT
    Bonaparts said
    mybud saidCongrats bro, nothing like being a home owner.



    TA :-)


    So you don't live in London? Anyways, though you have a job and all, you might want to apply for a visa to the United States. I can't help but sense that Eastern Europeans will be more hated in the year to come than Syrians. As you hopefully know by now, tensions in the Baltics have significantly escalated since the "partial withdrawal" of the Russians from Syria (they essentially lost in this theatre) and such tensions could quickly escalate into nuclear war. Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania and Sweden have already prepared themselves for a Russian invasion, and Eastern Europe, or Eastern Europeans in general, will be the face that the world associates with bringing the world close to all out nuclear war. Perhaps uprooting yourself from Europe would be wise for you?
  • badbug

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    Apr 17, 2016 11:53 AM GMT

    Now you are one of the bourgeois land owners that is fit for the guillotine! I will make sure we add you to the list at the next meeting.

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    badbug saidNow you are one of the bourgeois land owners that is fit for the guillotine! I will make sure we add you to the list at the next meeting.

    Don't worry, he'll be out of there soon enough. Apparently he didn't hear about the latest meeting of the mayor and the city fathers where they agreed to resettle a large very large contingent of Syrian refugees there. Soon there will be a mosque on every corner and that city will affectionately be known as Little Damascus.   icon_twisted.gif
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    Apr 18, 2016 5:40 PM GMT
    ^ lame
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    badbug said
    Now you are one of the bourgeois land owners that is fit for the guillotine! I will make sure we add you to the list at the next meeting.




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    Apr 18, 2016 5:59 PM GMT
    a parking spot downtown is always so nice.

    A condo situation that is your primary home, where you pay a monthly management fee is functional while your younger. For a limited income retirement situation; the fees could get in the way. You really want to pay off as much as you can before you retire and have few if any monthly bills. I mean considering the ownership laws where you live.

    Never quit buying real estate if a buyers market presents it self. You might consider just buying parking spaces in nice downtown condo buildings and renting out the spaces.
  • venue35

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    Apr 18, 2016 11:35 PM GMT
    Unnamed6 said
    Bonaparts said
    mybud saidCongrats bro, nothing like being a home owner.



    TA :-)


    So you don't live in London? Anyways, though you have a job and all, you might want to apply for a visa to the United States. I can't help but sense that Eastern Europeans will be more hated in the year to come than Syrians. As you hopefully know by now, tensions in the Baltics have significantly escalated since the "partial withdrawal" of the Russians from Syria (they essentially lost in this theatre) and such tensions could quickly escalate into nuclear war. Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania and Sweden have already prepared themselves for a Russian invasion, and Eastern Europe, or Eastern Europeans in general, will be the face that the world associates with bringing the world close to all out nuclear war. Perhaps uprooting yourself from Europe would be wise for you?
    What the fuck are you babbling on about ??
    It just bought a house like 3 seconds ago and you are already telling it to move ????????????????????
  • David3K

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    Apr 18, 2016 11:44 PM GMT
    Congrats. get ready to be invaded by more muslims and eventually deal with a third world war in the cold. meanwhile others live a relaxed life in the beach.
  • Import

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    Apr 18, 2016 11:46 PM GMT
    Congrats, bro.

    A whole 500 feet..... wow.
    What are u gonna do with all of that luxurious European space? I mean 500 feet!

    lol.
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    Apr 19, 2016 4:59 PM GMT
    ^
    lol

    I was searching for even smaller apartment in 350 - till 500 max range, 550 square feet I think is too big, I live in an apartment that is 320 square feel large and I don't even need more, so I bought it since it had parking space, great location and other extras

    I knew there would be at least one lamer whining about the size of the apartment, which is quite big for European standards for one or 2 people, but of course if you live with your relatives or are planning to run a marathon in your flat, that could be too small for you, retard icon_lol.gif

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    Apr 19, 2016 5:17 PM GMT
    average size apartments in NYC
    http://nypost.com/2015/12/28/demand-for-these-tiny-nyc-apartments-is-off-the-charts/
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    Apr 19, 2016 6:29 PM GMT
    this 1 bedroom flat is just 350 square feet and has enough space for 1 or 2 people, add 200 sq feet, that is another large room added + high ceilings and you have more space than you need

  • Apr 20, 2016 1:40 AM GMT
    Bonaparts saidthis 1 bedroom flat is just 350 square feet and has enough space for 1 or 2 people, add 200 sq feet, that is another large room added + high ceilings and you have more space than you need


    that's 350 square feet?! wow! not bad at all.