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@ Eric - You have stated that I want to absolve the consumer of responsibility and blame the RE industry for all our woes. You've also implied that I have some sort of communist/socialist agenda. Both are completely unfounded, and I asked you to provide examples. In the spirit of fairness, I will post some examples where I have done the exact opposite of what you say I do...even before you came on this board and made your lame accusations.From this post ::"Buyers and Sellers these days are VERY SAVVY"Unfortunately, I don't find this to be true. A large segment of consumers are actually woefully ignorant, especially considering the access they now have to information.And this post ::Get unlost before you contact anyone for "help". I am not trying to be insulting, but you are a foreclosure waiting to happen. Like everythign else in life, there is no "magic formula" or "oracle" that will give you a shortcut to understanding what is involved. However, if you don't take the time to educate yourself, people will get you into a house way before you are ready for the responsibility, and it's going to suck the life out of you.Also, this post ::If you can't work this out for your own with all of the mortgage calculators available on the Internet, maybe you're not really ready for this transaction. You are asking questions that you should be able to independently determine the answers to. Letting others answer the question for you is, as a consumer, irresponsible.And, lastly, this post ::Yes, place the blame where it belongs...on yourself. You did none of the things you should have done, and now want to blame the realtor for your lack of effort.From your post ::I guess your idea is perhaps the government to equalize housing, everyone lives in the same exact house provided by some third party.You've taken this too personally, and that has caused you to make some serious mistakes. Put up, or back off. I'm willing to play nice, but I'm not going to let you dictate how I interact on Zillow, nor what content I post about.
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