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Water Cooler / Re: College Football - Weekly Picks
« Last post by qwerty on Today at 04:21:29 PM »
SC will not win the PAC 12 this year Also, I don't like how USC (school leadership) handled the Kiffin situation. They fired him on the team bus. #showsomeclass

They probably won't. Marriotta and hundley will give them too much trouble. The good thing about this time of the year is that there is still hope :-)

The offense looked good. The defense let Fresno state march down the field way too easily on some drives. And if they did that, Marriotta and hundley will have a field day
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Corte Bella and Terrazza aren't slowing down, they've had large releases in the past. 6-8 homes per release.
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Water Cooler / Re: College Football - Weekly Picks
« Last post by eyephone on Today at 04:13:49 PM »
SC will not win the PAC 12 this year Also, I don't like how USC (school leadership) handled the Kiffin situation. They fired him on the team bus. #showsomeclass
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Those tracts and plans are currently sold out with waiting lists for the plans. Not so sure about Strada, haven't been by in a while.
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Water Cooler / Re: College Football - Weekly Picks
« Last post by qwerty on Today at 04:04:37 PM »
Week 2 - so far I've locked in notre dame -4.5 over michigan and Oregon -13 over Michigan state.

Almost all of my Oregon picks last year covered so they are a favorite mine. Alabama was the similar last year, however this year their defense doesn't look as good.  May have to take a wait and see approach with bama before I pick them again.

Right now USC is +3 against stanford. Either I'm thinking of waiting and hopefully getting Usc +3.5 or +4 later in the week or make the win win bet of taking stanford now -3. Usc wins I'm happy, stanford wins and I get paid and somewhat happy or at least less disappointed.
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Water Cooler / College Football - Weekly Picks
« Last post by qwerty on Today at 03:58:46 PM »
Figured we should have a thread for anyone willing to share their weekly picks.

Week 1  - I went 2-2. Losses were South Carolina -10 over texas am and Alabama -22.5 over West Virginia. Wins were USC -18.5 over Fresno state and LSU -3.5 over Wisconsin. So down 15 for the week.

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Education / Re: First Day of School Tips
« Last post by ps9 on Today at 02:49:17 PM »
Forgot laddie pencils don't fit in the electric sharpeners, they still have the sharpeners attached to the wall at school?  The ones with the adjustable holes? 
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But if you take out a 7 1 arm, most likely interest rates,of Libor will increase in 8 years. Even if you refi to a 30 yr fixed, those rates will be higher. So if you plan on staying in the house, an arm doesnt make sense due to the likelihood of rates rising. 2.5% margins are high.
And why will LIBOR rates rise?  By how much?  They have been under 1% for most of the past 6 years.  If you get a 7 year ARM loan it doesn't matter where interest rates go until till 2021.  If they do go much higher, pay down the loan or refi.  The vast majority of people sell their homes within 10 years which is the worst case scenario breakeven for a 7 year ARM loan.
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But if you take out a 7 1 arm, most likely interest rates,of Libor will increase in 8 years. Even if you refi to a 30 yr fixed, those rates will be higher. So if you plan on staying in the house, an arm doesnt make sense due to the likelihood of rates rising. 2.5% margins are high.
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I heard you can technically use an outside lender and TMHF still have to give you the $5k due to some anti-steering law. Anyone heard of this?

Obviously if they give you closing costs, their interest rates will most likely be higher.
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