People Are Laughing At Property Investors Right Now Ha Ha

My latest fan mail. Lovely

“Hi
I’ve been reading through your site and I’m sitting here laughing to myself because all your efforts will be pointless when the property crash comes and cleans you out. Doesn’t that bother you the fact you will have nothing left and the fact you are giving people false hope? Dont you feel guilty for encouraging other innocent people from going bankrupt like you?
Ron”

when geeks attackFuck you, Ron, you blubbering little shit-bag. Only joking. Now, seriously…

The thing is, in your twisted little world you probably think you’re a real slick rabbit; sitting in your parents’ basement, dribbling out a futile email to a random chump like me. While I’m flattered, I’m also clouded by the despair in humanity.

You know why I don’t get people like you (excuse me while I rant about your psychological condition, before directly talking property)? It’s because you want people to fail; you enjoy other people’s misery. I have no problem with people wanting the property market to slowdown so people can jump onboard the property bandwagon. But the problem is I’ve also noticed a new breed of degenerates, such as yourself, that are enjoying the demise of the property boom because it’s dragging down a lot of people that wanted to prosper through property. You’re not necessarily enjoying the property slowdown in its self. And that, my friend, is a very sad state of mind to be in.

You’ve evidently got this all wrong. I’m tired of people slinging random gunk at me, hoping it will fly and stick. Well, guess what, homie, your gunk doesn’t fly nor stick.

For the umpteenth time, I’m in this property game for the long-term. I’ve written that disclaimer all over my site, so forgive me while I question if you read any of my blog articles at all, as you claimed to have. A property crash won’t hinder my long-term master plan. If I plant a seed, I don’t expect to see a tree the next day.

I’m not living under a rock, I know there are plenty of investors out there that are suffering due to the turn in the market. Some people purchased the wrong property, some people took out God awful mortgages, and others, well, they just didn’t have a clue what they were doing. However, I’m not suffering from any form of negative equity or financial strain, so spare me! For now, I’m flying high with a permanent erection.

And hey, don’t bring the whole “you’re encouraging people to blah blah blah” crap to the table. You can’t blame me for other peoples actions, just as much as we can’t handcuff a violent computer game because little Bobby shot someone in the neck. I’m bored of you parasites suffocating me with inaccurate negativity.

Ron, my tip to you would be to embrace humanity more positively; it will enhance your Karma and take you to great places. Then, save up 10k, put down a 10% deposit on a 90k property, and get a tenant to pay off your repayment mortgage. In 12 years time you’ll be laughing and thanking me for responding to your shitty little email with my words of wisdom.

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SR 7th May, 2008 @ 12:56

It's great, always that find people who are quick to point out where investors have gone wrong - sitting in their bedroom of their parents house, bunkbed still there despite their younger sibling having left years previous, with LFC 1991 squad picture and 5 Star posters - who are THE least qualified to offer an opinion on the current market.

My own view - there will be no property crash, a correction probably but check out economic fundamentals and yes, look at property investment with a mid to long term view!

Keep up the good work with the site!

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Shazia 9th May, 2008 @ 07:19

Lol.

He's a bit bitter it seems, it's quite possible he's suffering great loss in the property market. Perhaps he's just letting off steam or something. Ron, I hope things honestly work out for you however by degrading others and their hard work, and questioning their credibility when you obviously know jack shit about them, you really aren't doing anyone any good. Speaking from personal experience there is much you can learn from this site, just stop being so damn pessimistic and cheer up. Go grab some apple pie or cheesecake even; always takes me to cloud 9.

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The Landlord 11th May, 2008 @ 20:44

@SR

Hey,
Thanks for the support. And I agree whole heartedly, I don't think there will be a crash, just a much needed correction. When the last crash occurred in the early 1990's, the circumstances were much different than now.

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james 20th December, 2011 @ 17:31

If he only has a very small deposit and most of its mortgage then all he will be paying off over the years is the interest repayments on a low value/rent property!

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Benji 20th December, 2011 @ 18:03

James,
The idea is to make a profit. If all your doing is covering interest and costs youre doing something wrong.

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Mikey H 24th August, 2012 @ 18:46

What happens if all my properties go down to £1?

Will I cry? No. I do NOTHING!

The tenants are paying off the mortgage - I get my home's paid off in 12-15 years time (first one is already paid off, actually 2nd one in 5 years time... actually... hey ok less than 12 years time). Cool.

Hmmm... I need to buy some more before everyone else does.

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