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California Housing Bubble – Very small Areas Huge Costs $1,000 Month Bunk Beds and Sheds





The housing bubble in California is over and above insane with sheds renting for $1,050 a thirty day period and bunk beds renting for $1,four hundred a thirty day period. These rentals make very small houses glimpse major.
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33 comments

  1. A great reason as to why I live in MI. This is insane!!

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  2. I hope it all CRASHES

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  3. This is because of the rampant speculation. Not sure wtf that has to do with the government.

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  4. I wouldn't pay 1,100.00 per month to live ANYWHERE. If I were a young person living in San Diego I would buy an RV for a few grand and live in that and that would be my "home". Then you could stack up your cash and wait for the crash, because it WILL HAPPEN again and when it does you'll have plenty to put down for a house to live in

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  5. Canada and California have Chinese investors hiding money in real estate. A third of rentals are owned by Chinese. Once the Chinese economy dips or their government cracks down on Chinese abroad, what's going to happen to the inventory? Who is the dnc going to side with?

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  6. Most of your information about Cheney and Haliburton is not very accurate

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  7. College tuition skyrocketing, house price skyrocketing but they said inflation is very low bc McDonald’s still have the dollar menu, ok that made sense.

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  8. Seems like we are becoming a renter Nation, Jason. Just like the mainstream media, homes will be owned by the wealthy and renting them out to people who simply can’t afford them. I hope not.. but it’s looking like it 🤔

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  9. I have a mattress in my minivan. I sleep well at night.

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  10. How long can this continue? I'm thinking that it will not get any better. The bankers will do whatever they can to continue to make money.

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  11. Is there a shower or bath?

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  12. Tint shed studio apartment? Home Depot modular shed housing… Podshare = Bedbug buffet… Rofl

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  13. Government is the problem not the solution!

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  14. the bunk bed had more space then my rack aboard ship in the navy for 4 years.

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  15. Welcome to the land of dementia.

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  16. Have a look at Agenda 2030 and this will make perfect sense.

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  17. I wish the USA, like so many other countries, disallowed noncitizens from purchasing US property. That alone is responsible for a good deal of the real estate inflation, not only in the US, but also in Canada and Australia.

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  18. As long as people are crazy enough to pay 1200 to rent a bed, these places will grow.

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  19. Sorry but those kids stacked in the bunk beds look to be in a place that is a step DOWN from a homeless shelter. 😐

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  20. Im in la in a fifth wheel. Smartest move ive made in a while.

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  21. How does the fire marshal let the 35 people to 1 house happen?

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  22. Some of the young relatives in my and my woman's family, want me to convert my big vegetable growing geodesic domes, in my backyard, and build a few more, and turn them into rental units they can live in. I love them to pieces and went I have a few dollars in my wallet to help them out, they know that I will gladly give to them if I can… But, "OMG " I don't want to be a landlord to my wild and crazy-ass young and dumb, poor broke-ass relatives and their like-wise disrespectable simple-minded friends. I like and need money, like all folks, in these crazy-ass hard times… but not all money is good money; and if you have to give up your soul and peace of mind, well you know… " OH, HELL TO THE NO, NO, NO "' and, thank God I am not that desperate for money these days, in these hard-ass times !!!

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  23. 👍

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  24. Screaming!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  25. Eventually majority will be homeless after living in sheds and on bunk beds or RVs, where this goes nobody knows! You can move to another state it's just a temporary fix bc the whole country is going down the toilet when the dollar collapses to Zimbabwe style life lol especially with trillion dollars monthly REPOS!

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  26. That is just SLAVE QUARTERS OMG. Work two jobs and sleep in a bunk until your next gig

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  27. isnt a tiny house really a mobile home?

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  28. Californians sure know how to inflate bubbles.

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  29. everything is increasing except wages.wonderful🤗

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  30. My Grandmother owned a house in La Jolla in the 1960's when an average person could afford to live there. Now everything is so expensive and the politics are so crazy its just not worth it.

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  31. $1050 a month? They're going to come up short with their universal basic income. They'll still need a part time job.
    I could get a bunch of those storage sheds and call it "pigmy village". After a month they qualify for an outhouse.

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  32. Someone from Oklahoma will rent it.
    He comes to California alone for work.

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  33. Bunk beds?!?! 🎵sleep with one eye open.. gripping your pillow tight🎵

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