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Tim Ellis is the founder of Seattle Bubble. His background in engineering and computer / internet technology, a fondness of data-based analysis of problems, and an addiction to spreadsheets all influence his perspective on the Seattle-area real estate market.

103 responses to “Rent vs. Buy Comparisons: Have the excesses been removed?”

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  1. Fran Tarkenton

    RE: voight-kampff @ 99

    Two. I am functionally literate in two languages. I’m even able to properly capitalize letters and use ellipses. That’s also beside the point. The Kahn reference is in regard to the shared attitude between that character and our poster. Specifically, their remarks both have an underlying “You people are so lazy. You should work hard like me” vibe to them.

    The lesson here is, if you want to call someone out, make sure you’re not going off half-cocked.

    -Fran

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  2. voight-kampff

    RE: Fran Tarkenton @ 101
    Oh the many life lessons that can be gleaned from king of the hill ( as I read your post in the voice of Sean Hannity :-)

    I love Hank Hill, a true patriot!

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  3. Top 25 Cities: Price to Rent and Price to Income Ratios • Seattle Bubble

    [...] averages). Also, if you’re just interested in how things look around the Seattle area, hit this October post that breaks down seven neighborhoods in the area (note that the method used in that post is [...]

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