He seems to be Asian or his partner is, since you can see how immediately he spiked about the multifamily chinese purchase in Del Sur
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is also homophobic?
Anonymous179506. And only white trailer park trash people make fun of asian people out of their trailer park trailer after helocing their home to death, maxing out their credit cards, and then complaining they can't find a decent job because they got a bullshit degree in shakeperian history from the university of phoenix, and subsequently falling behind on their loan payments, their rent, and their POS ford fiesta leased car with a 550 fico score. Truth hurts, i know.
But only chinese people dare to buy a $1M+ house in Del Sur and share it between 5 families. True and outrageous! .... LMFAOL
Anonymous179401. Asans manage their moeny better than white trailer park trash people like you. That's why if you look at the foreclosure history, the majority of the ones that were foreclosed back in the RE meltdown were cough white. And if you look at the buying statistics now, 2 out of 3 purchases over $1million are asian in SD county, 1/2 are with cash. You don't have cash to buy a $1million home now, do you?I thought so. So again, only faggots like you who can barely afford la mesa with a loan would call others "poor"... Just saying.
What about Del Sur, is that the real louis vuitton or fake? It is closers to Rancho Santa Fe.
Anonymous179385 exactly, all these poor Asian minorities frontin' like they are rich. Protip: Rich people don't pay HOA or Mello roos
Is that knockoff rancho Santa fe? Like buying the fake Prada handbag
Yes, go to a nice real estate blog. this has been gone over many many times. IRS ruled that mello roos is deductible for federal. Since CA follows federal rules, so it's deductible for state. B
Because white faggots don't make enough and can't afford to buy. that's why you'll find them in La Mesa.
I thought that was where Lamar Odom partied in Nevada
Only Korean and Bangladeshi faggots buy in 4S. Who cares?
The general rule for deductible real property taxes is that they be ad valorem, i.e., based on the value of the residence. Mello Roos taxes are not ad valorem. However, the IRS has conceded that taxes don't have to be ad valorem so long as they are "assessments on real property owners, based other than on the assessed value of the property," may be deductible if they are levied for the general public welfare by a proper taxing authority at a like rate on owners of all properties in the taxing authority's jurisdiction, and if the assessments are not for local benefits (unless for maintenance or interest charges). The California Franchise recently (November 2011) dropped their opposition to the deduction. (/ )