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  • 作者:zusammen2017 时间:2017-10-12 21:49
    作者:sdobby 时间:2010-03-31 11:57:23
    也有帮助后来者的富人,但那种帮助是有选择的,只帮助那些聪明的、有潜力的后来者,因为帮助这种后来者,也是给未来做长远的投资。
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    试问楼主这样的中国富人为中国做了哪些长远投资呢?
    为什么我们看到的只是中石化的天价吊灯和比美国都高的油价;巨人集团的今年过节不收礼和稀烂的征途;普通工薪买不起房和国企占用70%的住宅用地;清洁工人一个月500和高速公路管理局撕票工一个月5000;三大央企地王左手进右手出。。。忽悠谁呢?
    为什么美国富人集体抵制降低遗产税,放到中国富人却只知道避税?
    中国富人明不明白自己的财富是从谁身上剥削来的?
    被剥削不是悲哀,悲哀的是觉得自己活该被剥削
    楼主的意思就是说,你被剥削,就是你笨,你活该,我给你设置障碍,抬高门槛是为了我们民族的长远未来
    作者:zusammen2017 时间:2017-10-12 21:49
    作者:大鹏金翅明王 回复日期:2010-03-31 14:11:58
    我在网上做善事,劝倒年轻人认清形势,好好生活,也是为了帮助一些年轻人不要把时间浪费在抱怨上。所谓良药苦口,有人听了不舒服,不舒服就对了,那说明这些话还是说到弱点上了。
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    楼主提供了一条八到二的途径
    就是能早买房就赶紧买
    最好关了电脑停止抱怨立刻去银行贷款
    恐怕也是楼盘砸手里出不了手罢

    一说二八社会,我们的社会阶层分明,社会稳定
    二又要年轻人认清形势,好好生活
    呵呵
    认清形式就是八永远跑不出八这个形式
    好好生活就是好好接受剥削这个生活
    这种良药放在谁都不会觉得舒服

    我是年轻人
    你从哪一句话看出我是在抱怨?
    不管怎么样生活总要继续,凭真本事养活自己的多的是
    可是浑浑噩噩还是明明白白
    总得选一个活法
    想让P民都老老实实的
    怕光靠复制粘贴还没有那个水平
    喊天涯抽风也掩盖不了
    作者:zusammen2017 时间:2017-10-13 04:52
    自由经济是民治官的经济,垄断经济是官治民的经济。可见所谓的上层建筑决定经济形式,反过来说那就是胡说八道了。(来自天涯社区客户端)
    作者:zusammen2017 时间:2017-10-13 05:17





    作者:zusammen2017 时间:2017-10-13 10:25
    10年4月禧瑞都6万5,现在11万。
    作者:zusammen2017 时间:2017-10-13 11:20
    2009年世界各大城市的房价排行榜前十名。

    第一位:摩纳哥蒙特卡洛
    蒙特卡洛的居民可以享受到蓝色海岸 (C?te d’Azur) 的沙滩、迷人的夜生活以及避税天堂的好处,但他们也得为此付出代价。这个度假胜地连续第二年蝉联全球房价最高市场榜单桂冠,平均房价高达每平方英尺4420美元(相当于每平方米47576.5美元=325328人民币(按6.838汇率计算))。
    周一发布这项报告的在线房地产调查公司 Globalpropertyguide.com 的发行人 Matthew Montagu-Pollock 表示:“蒙特卡洛是一个富有、狭小而集中的城市。这里房价如此之高主要与面积短缺和避税天堂有关。”

    第二位:莫斯科(每平方英尺1937美元)
    受强劲经济增长(在一定程度上是由于最近油价高企)以及前三季度住宅价格上涨的推动,莫斯科上升两位,跃至前三甲。据美国中央情报局 (CIA) 的《World Factbook》显示,去年,俄罗斯的 GDP 增长了6%。

    第三位:伦敦(每平方英尺1928美元)

    第四位:香港(每平方英尺1373美元)

    第五位:东京(每平方英尺1103美元)

    第六位:纽约(每平方英尺1384.1美元)

    由于亚洲市场的发展推动香港和东京跃升至前五位,纽约从第二位降至第六位,令人颇感意外。在去年的调查中,香港和东京的公寓住宅价格分别高达每平方英尺1373美元和1103美元。而纽约的平均房价为每平方英尺1384.1美元。

    第七位:法国巴黎(每平方英尺1,126.20美元,合12107美元/平方米,)

    第八位:新加坡(每平方英尺901.20美元)

    第九位:意大利罗马(每平方英尺851.50美元)

    第十位:印度孟买(每平方英尺851.00美元,合9148美元/平方米)

    如果想在世界范围内捡便宜,中东、拉丁美洲和亚洲部分城市的房价相对较低。其中开罗的房价只有600美元每平方米,印度班加罗尔为657美元,约旦首都安曼的房价也只有1150美元,中国成都的房价是999美元,排名第108位。(注意,这里的单位是平方米,1平方米可近似看成等于10.7平方英尺)

    调查包括还中国四座城市,北京、上海、广州和成都。其中上海房价排名66,达到2918美元/平方米,北京排名第77,达到2362美元,广州排名第96,为1526美元,成都为108位(999美元)。

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    2009年,北京房价为1.6万每平方米,世界排名第77位。
    2017年,北京房价中位数5.7万每平方米,合8507美金每平方米。

    作者:zusammen2017 时间:2017-10-13 14:00


    Price-to-Rent Ratio by City

    Using U.S. Census data, SmartAsset calculated the price-to-rent ratio in every U.S. city with a population over 250,000. Applying that ratio, we also calculated a projected average home price for a house or apartment that rents for $1,000 in each market.
    Note that actual home values will vary based on factors such as proximity to commercial centers, access to transit and home size—rentals tend to be smaller (and therefore less expensive) than for-sale properties, so these values may overestimate true market prices.
    PRICE-TO-RENT RATIO
    City Price-to-Rent
    Ratio Home Price
    (for a $1,000 Rental)
    San Francisco, California 45.88 $550,560
    Honolulu, Hawaii 40.11 $481,320
    Oakland, California 38.5 $462,000
    Los Angeles, California 38.02 $456,240
    New York, New York 35.65 $427,800
    Seattle, Washington 35.09 $421,080
    San Jose, California 34.72 $416,640
    Long Beach, California 34.6 $415,200
    Washington, District of Columbia 32.02 $384,240
    Anaheim, California 31.27 $375,240
    San Diego, California 30.27 $363,240
    Portland, Oregon 29.26 $351,120
    Boston, Massachusetts 28.69 $344,280
    Jersey City, New Jersey 26.34 $316,080
    Denver, Colorado 26.01 $312,120
    Chula Vista, California 25.81 $309,720
    Santa Ana, California 25.25 $303,000
    Sacramento, California 24.26 $291,120
    Miami, Florida 23.36 $280,320
    Austin, Texas 23.36 $280,320
    Atlanta, Georgia 22.99 $275,880
    Colorado Springs, Colorado 22.8 $273,600
    Bakersfield, California 22.51 $270,120
    Raleigh, North Carolina 22.37 $268,440
    Riverside, California 22.35 $268,200
    Lexington, Kentucky 22 $264,000
    Albuquerque, New Mexico 21.9 $262,800
    Chicago, Illinois 21.6 $259,200
    Henderson, Nevada 21.55 $258,600
    Chandler, Arizona 21.46 $257,520
    New Orleans, Louisiana 21.36 $256,320
    Virginia Beach, Virginia 21.12 $253,440
    Fresno, California 21.03 $252,360
    Newark, New Jersey 20.97 $251,640
    Minneapolis, Minnesota 20.97 $251,640
    Anchorage, Alaska 20.88 $250,560
    Phoenix, Arizona 20.3 $243,600
    Louisville, Kentucky 20.09 $241,080
    St. Paul, Minnesota 19.95 $239,400
    Plano, Texas 19.91 $238,920
    Stockton, California 19.51 $234,120
    Durham, North Carolina 19.46 $233,520
    Las Vegas, Nevada 19.34 $232,080
    Nashville, Tennessee 19.14 $229,680
    Greensboro, North Carolina 19.1 $229,200
    Mesa, Arizona 19.1 $229,200
    Lincoln, Nebraska 19.09 $229,080
    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 19.07 $228,840
    Wichita, Kansas 18.39 $220,680
    Charlotte, North Carolina 18.1 $217,200
    Cincinnati, Ohio 18 $216,000
    Aurora, Colorado 17.97 $215,640
    Kansas City, Missouri 17.42 $209,040
    Tulsa, Oklahoma 17.22 $206,640
    Omaha, Nebraska 16.7 $200,400
    St. Louis, Missouri 16.7 $200,400
    Orlando, Florida 16.62 $199,440
    Tampa, Florida 16.55 $198,600
    Tucson, Arizona 16.32 $195,840
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 16.3 $195,600
    Dallas, Texas 16.19 $194,280
    Laredo, Texas 15.94 $191,280
    Columbus, Ohio 15.86 $190,320
    St. Petersburg, Florida 15.77 $189,240
    Fort Wayne, Indiana 15.52 $186,240
    Baltimore, Maryland 15.48 $185,760
    Arlington, Texas 15.47 $185,640
    El Paso, Texas 15.4 $184,800
    Indianapolis, Indiana 15.35 $184,200
    Houston, Texas 15.29 $183,480
    Fort Worth, Texas 14.77 $177,240
    Jacksonville, Florida 14.34 $172,080
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin 14.19 $170,280
    San Antonio, Texas 13.68 $164,160
    Toledo, Ohio 13.26 $159,120
    Corpus Christi, Texas 13.14 $157,680
    Memphis, Tennessee 12.26 $147,120
    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 12 $144,000
    Buffalo, New York 10.71 $128,520
    Cleveland, Ohio 10.52 $126,240
    Detroit, Michigan 6.27 $75,240
    Renting vs. Buying

    The cities with the highest price-to-rent ratios are San Francisco, Honolulu and New York City, which means that they are least friendly to buyers. San Fran’s price-rent ratio of 45.88 is reflective of a market that is highly unfavorable to buyers, although with rents soaring that may soon change.
    In NYC, an apartment that rents for $1,000 should cost around $427,800. That, however, represents the entire market—all five boroughs. In Manhattan and Brooklyn, the numbers look even worse. Here are the price-to-rent ratios for the five New York boroughs individually (prices for $1,000 rental in parenthesis):
    Manhattan – 50.68 ($608,160)
    Brooklyn – 42.17 ($506,040)
    Queens – 29.21 ($350,520)
    The Bronx – 30.95 ($371,400)
    Staten Island – 36.86 ($442,320)
    Based on its ratio of rental costs to home values, Manhattan is probably the most expensive place to buy a home in the country. At the other end of the spectrum are places like Houston, San Antonio and Dallas. These Texan markets are very favorable to home-buyers, with ratios below the national average price-to-rent ratio of 19.21.
    The city with the lowest ratio in the United States is Detroit, with a price-to-rent ratio of 6.27. That means that a $1,000 rental in Detroit should sell for just $75,240. Indeed, Wayne County, in which Detroit is located, is the best county for buyers in Michigan.
    Historical Price-to-Rent Ratio

    National and city price-to-rent ratios have risen and fallen over the years depending on the state of the housing market. In the years before the housing crisis, as the housing market heated up, the national ratio rose from 22.73 (in 2005) to 24.50 (in 2007). Then, however, after the real estate market turned, as home prices fell and rentals grew more expensive, the ratio began to fall, dipping below 20 in 2011, down to the current rate of 19.21.
    Before the housing bubble and subsequent crisis, the average hovered somewhere around 15. That indicates that we are still in a time period that is more favorable to renters than buyers from a historical perspective.
    What Price-to-Rent Ratio Says About Affordability

    While the price-to-rent ratio is useful for comparing buying to renting, it does not reflect the overall affordability of buying or renting in a given market. In theory, a place where renting and buying are very expensive could have the same price-to-rent ratio as a place where both renting and buying are very cheap.
    Take San Francisco for example. San Fran has the highest price-to-rent ratio in the country, which indicates that renting should be more affordable than buying in the City by the Bay. However, as we all know, rentals in San Francisco are very expensive. The city’s high price-rent ratio is only reflective of the fact that buying is relatively more expensive than renting. It does not saying anything about absolute affordability of either buying or renting in that city.
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