Now who is being dishonest? This has been explained many times, this was for homes that I was explicitly looking at. And I believe I said 15-20%, which is a lot closer to 28% than 50%+.Your BIG LIE about 15% didn't happen either, so let's at least be honest about that.
Every one of of them? Now that's a BIG LIE and totally jives with your name. Everyone knows your most recent 2018-2022 prediction... that you keep trying to disguise it with some cherry picked 2020 seasonal drop (less than 5%?)... which was still HIGHER than 2018 (and ruined much of your credibility here).I've made so many predictions on TI and every one of them has been correct, but I make predictions based on the data, not on people telling me to bark like a dog.
Aww... someone is offended.Make your own damn prediction and let's see you defend it. I'm sure you won't.
I've defended my stance multiple times. I didn't think prices could crash over 50% in the 2000s crash and it didn't. But unlike you, I don't really care. Housing, especially in Irvine, has too many non-fundamental factors, so it's near impossible to accurately guess timing and percentages. I've said that many times before but you just don't get it.
It's okay to be wrong... just remember you were the one who bought in the IE thinking that would be better than buying in Irvine and you're still bitter about that to this day. At least you got smarter and rebought in a better OC city (which I may add was during the time frame you were telling everyone else NOT to buy). You finally listened to me and bought what you really wanted and when you could afford it... like most should.