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Warren Buffett Says He’d Buy a Couple Hundred Thousand Homes

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  1. Linda Salas

    This is really why, I believe the money manipulators created the bubble and burst it. Every time this is done, they lower the value of stocks, bonds and real property to an all time low and then buy it up with the earnings they stole from us po folk. Eventually they (the wealthy) and the banks will be the only landowners and we like the indentured servants of old, will be begging even more than we are now for the crumbs we get dealt. Thanks Warren for your generous offer.

  2. Sam Direct

    Homeowners should focus on telling congress whats important even with Buffet trying to buy 1,000 homes. Lets send 1,000,000 keys to congress and let them know that the American Dream is home ownership… https://www.entitledirect.com/register/facebook/key_cause_landing_page.jsp

  3. Warren, Can I be your broker?

  4. Myla

    tell him to buy my house then give it back to me! I’m a high school science teacher at an inner city school….I deserve it! ;-) (but I’ll settle for keeping my job and paying more mortgage until then…)

  5. Hello Warren, we’ve great a wonderful inventory of well priced homes in Owatonna, MN – I’d be glad to help you purchase a few.

  6. Lisa

    I agree, but the lenders need to allow us to do it. My husband and I recently did buy a single family house to rent out — it was our 5th mortgage among other rental properties. Now our local lender isn’t doing “non-owner occupied” mortgages any more despite having 800+ credit scores and no other debt outside of the mortgages. There are several more houses we’d want to buy and help out others displaced in the housing crisis by offering a rental HOUSE vs. an apartment, which are far and few between in our market. We’re frustrated that we can’t get additional mortgages on reasonable terms to make it happen. You would think that banks would want to lend to absorb the excess inventory, but loan restrictions and high down payment requirements make it tough. Buffet – will you do the loan for us, and we’ll buy up some of the inventory?
    In full disclosure, I’m a Realtor in my market and also realize the bargains to be had out there and have exhausted local lenders that can work around Fannie & Freddie restrictions.

  7. bob

    Warren: Shut-up and write the Government a big check.

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