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2023.03.21 11:07 killerwhaleeee Dreamed of Baphomet

I had a nightmare last night. In the dream I was in one of those places you rent dvd/vhs, but it was “layered”. The front was just a normal dvd rental but the further back you went, things started to get darker like doc/movies about the occult. There was also a small statue of Baphomet there. I was got very interested in that and wanted to look further. I found a small and narrow hole that lead to another room. When i went through it, there was a huge statue of Baphomet and in the back, loads of recordings of people getting tortured. It was so gory that i felt extremely sick in my dream. There was a man managing there, i don’t remember what i asked him, but I remember even though he had such an innocent face, i still felt uneasy about him. I looked at his sister and I could feel so strongly that she wanted to torture me like one of those recordings. I felt like i needed to get out of there immediately. I tried to crawl back to the other room but for some reason i went back to the baphomet room. Then i found my cousin trying to get back to the “normal” room. She was almost paralysed and was struggling a lot to move. I woke up after that. Can someone help me interprete this dream? Sorry for the long post btw
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2023.03.21 11:05 AdJaded7524 Small Dilemma with moving out

I found a property on Furnished Finders that wws semi-close to my contracted job and was under the impression that I would have an entire unit to myself per a phone conversation and the lease agreement. “…strictly occupied as a residential dwelling by the tenant”… with no mention of the landlord occupying it. The rent is 1600 plus deposits (1,950 total to move in). The landlord ended up coming back early from their contract out of state around the same time that I was supposed to arrive and have already paid the rent + desposits. There was communication about this and I was fine with it. The landlord even mentioned that I could leave at any time and break the lease if I wanted (the lease agreement was to stay until May). I thought that was odd as I felt they were the ones that broke the lease first?
Anyway, no timeline or further information was given. So I was trying to find a different property since then and decided to stay for the minimum of 30 days to get my money’s worth.
I unexpectedly found another property last week that is cheaper and closer to my job. I spoke with the landlord about moving out in 5 days to this new property. As this was short notice I told them that they can keep the desposits of $350 for any inconvenience it may cause.
Later that day they countered by saying if I could pay half of the rent ($800) basically since it was short notice and that seemed fair to them. So they’d keep the desposits of $350 and I’d have to pay $450 on top of that. They offered for me to stay another 2 weeks if I wanted to make that $800 worthwhile but I don’t feel any part of it is worthwhile. They also said I could stay and they’d lower the rent from $1,600 to $1,100. Ive expressed my opinion about all of this and they will not change their decision about the $800 if I wanted to move.
As expected they advertised their property on the website I found it on but for less money a month (1,100 & 1,700 to move in with deposits) for the next traveler. The new property is the same rent but $100 cheaper to move in ($1,600), closer to my job, and I’d have my own space.
So overall I dont think me having to pay $800 to move out is fair at all. THOUGHTS?
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2023.03.21 11:04 doobeedoobae Where should I invest my money? How can I maximise my savings or financial opportunity

Hi, I am non-AU citizen, but here on working visa. I am working on getting my PR. I am 24F and earns (gross) $97.6K p.a. But this also means I am taxed around 32.888% of my wages (around $5.5k per month, or 65.6K p.a net). I am genuinely not sure if this is a lot or not for Australian standard (it’s my first job, I’m so sorry if this sounds stupid but I am not confident talking about money with others because my culture finds it as taboo)
I managed to save around 28k in 2022 (I am paying my own rent in CBD and utilities which amount to 2.4K per month). I eat out at times with friend but I don’t drink (which I think tastes horrible and expensive) and I mostly cook at home.
I don’t really count to a T but I think I save up around 1.8-2K a month? I was also given 30k from my parents a few years ago when I finished my postgraduate, so I have around 58K in my savings atm. Tbh I don’t wish to touch that money and wanna return it in a year or two. But figured I will “borrow” it for investment and return it once I make profit (fingers crossed)
I am looking to put my money in term deposit with high interest ( like Great Southern Bank — used to be CUA). But I wonder if people in this subreddit can help me figure out how to maximise my savings so I could buy a home by 30 😅. I heard stock market and those bitcoins are not in a good shape atm. So please help!
Thank you in advance!!
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2023.03.21 11:03 Powerful_Argument732 Semiconductor Stocks are on the move.....Industry group chart as of 3/17 at bottom of post

Semiconductor Stocks are on the move.....Industry group chart as of 3/17 at bottom of post
Semiconductor Stocks are on the move.....actually they have been on the move for some time and are now at the top....but for how long? The Fabless industry group has quickly ascended to the #2 of 197 industry groups as seen on the industry ranking chart at bottom of this post. I posted this for one of our members on his Discord channel because he had expressed interest in shorting certain stocks in the group a month or two ago....I suggested he reconsider for the group was making a strong move up. Now that they are at the top....shorting would be a lot less risky. But I prefer (and have to use in retirement accounts) to use Bear ETFs for betting against stocks or groups of stocks and SOXS fits that bill for me. I am not buying yet but may start adding small lots ($18+ / share with a 52-week high of $89.50) while we watch and see how well NVidia & AMD and others continue performing. And don't get me wrong....there are some semiconductor stocks that I will remain long in and continue reducing cost basis on - Mobileye is one of those. Here is a thorough assessment on these stocks for your review:
Semiconductor Stocks Climb Yet Inventories Bedevil Chip Industry; A Reality Check May Be Coming
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Semiconductor stocks were a godsend to investors in February as the overall market backed off from January's advance. After a strong first month of the year, chipmakers scored more gains. That was especially true for the fabless semiconductor industry, which rose another 6.3% on strength in stocks like Nvidia (NVDA), Monolithic Power Systems (MPWR) and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD).

Yet during that same period, as chipmakers reported December-quarter earnings, a raft of data on shipments, prices and inventories showed the semiconductor industry still in a downturn.

Cyclical investors, those practiced at speculating on semiconductor stocks' reversal from their deep, periodic downturns, were betting on a bottom.

Old Industry Cycle, New Twist
But this cycle from the start has been unlike others in a long history of semiconductor industry booms and busts. The cycle made its way through the pandemic years of distorted demand trends and knotted supply chains. Then, as cyclical investors moved into many top stocks, leading them to flash early signs of an upturn, another factor also came into play. Another sort of optimism, fueled by views that increasingly diverse end markets signaled a more durable, stable chip industry, also helped bolster the upturn.

Among fabless chip stocks, Nvidia surged more than 58% for the year through February. Monolithic Power rallied 37%. Among chip manufacturers, ON Semiconductor (ON), more commonly known as Onsemi, and STMicroelectronics (STM) surged 24% and 50%, respectively.

Some semiconductor stocks continue to climb. Still, an array of fundamental chip industry metrics point to difficulties ahead. In particular, many semiconductor companies report stubbornly high inventories in their sales channels and with customers. A large segment of analysts accustomed to assessing chip cycles say investors who put the bottom in semiconductor stocks at the end of 2022 might be prematurely optimistic.

"If you listen to all the (earnings) calls, no one has said that this is the bottom or that it's definitely going to get better soon," Robert Maire, an analyst with consulting firm Semiconductor Advisors, told IBD.

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YTD gain*
S&P 500 1.4%
Nasdaq 9.2%
Chipmakers 13.6%
Fabless companies 22.9%
Mfg. equipment 13.8%
*Through 3/15/23
Pandemic Disrupted Semiconductor Industry Cycle
One thing is certainly true: The semiconductor industry's end markets are more diverse now than during past chip cycles. The determining factor in prior booms and busts was personal computer and smartphone sales. Now computer chips have made their way into many more devices. This lessens the industry's dependence on any one major product type.

The present chip cycle shows memory chips, PC processors and chips for smartphones and consumer electronics clearly in a downturn. At the same time, chip sales in automotive and industrial markets have remained strong.

But overall, the wild swings in demand for tech products during the Covid-19 pandemic have led to a steeper-than-usual down cycle, Semiconductor Advisors' Maire says.

"The industry got whipsawed by Covid and the supply chain issues," Maire said. "We went from a shortage to an excess in a pretty short span of time."

Semiconductor Stocks: Industry Recovery In Late 2023?
A clear risk factor for rising chip stocks is that the semiconductor industry still must reconcile its bloated inventories, Jefferies analyst Christopher Wood said in a recent note to clients. He warned of a "coming chip glut."

"The market action is assuming, heroically, a bottoming out of the semiconductor inventory correction in the first half of this year and a presumed recovery in demand in the second half, of which there is for now no evidence," Wood said.

Wall Street analysts generally expect sales in the broader chip market to turn positive in the second half of 2023. Many see PC chip sales as among the first segments that will turn around. That should help chipmakers AMD and its archrival Intel (INTC).

Micron technician
A technician puts on covers for his shoes as he prepares to enter the clean room at the Micron Technology automotive chip manufacturing plant Friday Feb. 11, 2022, in Manassas, Va. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)
It is also possible, however, that the "orgy" of pandemic buying of PCs in 2020 and 2021 could also depress demand for three to four years, Wood says. Smartphone sales face a similar possibility, he says.

"Meanwhile, chips used in the auto sector are now seeing a big surge in inventory," Wood said. "The previous shortage of automotive chips has led to substantial double ordering."

Analysts see AMD sales and earnings falling through the first two quarters, then turning higher, according to FactSet. Intel is expected to shift from loss to profit in Q3 and post an earnings gain as sales edge higher in Q4.

World Semiconductor Trade Statistics forecasts a 4.1% decline in semiconductor sales in all of 2023. Sales rose 4.4% in 2022 and surged 26.2% in 2021.

Artificial Intelligence Spurs Semiconductor Industry Investments
Among the markets for more advanced chips, the data center market, tied to web services and cloud computing providers, is showing some signs of weakness. One clear exception is the portion of that market tied to artificial intelligence, especially graphics processors.

Excitement around generative AI applications, such as ChatGPT, has provided a lift for certain semiconductor stocks seen as beneficiaries of the trend.

Nvidia leads that group with its graphics processing units, accelerators, high-performance computing hardware and software. Other chip stocks likely to benefit include Broadcom (AVGO) for its application-specific integrated circuits and Marvell Technology (MRVL) for its high-speed networking and ASIC chips.

As a result, Broadcom earnings and sales have powered ahead, paying little mind to the pandemic's potholes. For Marvell, analysts see sales and earnings declines for the first three quarters this year, turning to narrow gains in the fourth quarter.

"There is a clear shift in spending priorities (by cloud service providers) to AI and technical infrastructure," Jefferies analyst Mark Lipacis said in a recent note to clients. "We view Nvidia as the biggest beneficiary of the shift in spend to AI, and Broadcom and Marvell as beneficiaries in networking upgrades and semi-custom chips."

Downturn In Memory Chips
Like the prior chip cycle downturn, which lasted from late 2018 until early 2020, memory-chip makers have led the current correction. Micron Technology (MU) and other memory-chip makers started warning about weakness in the market in mid-2022.

The big wrinkle with this cycle in semiconductor stocks is the disruption caused by the Covid pandemic. As the pandemic got underway in early 2020, work-from-home and remote education trends fueled a buying binge in PCs and tablets. Consumers also splurged on consumer electronics and home appliances as they sheltered in place.

Then pandemic fears faded and the economy reopened. Consumers shifted their spending away from electronics. Analysts now project Micron will book losses in all four quarters of this fiscal year, dropping for the year to an estimated $2.20 loss per share, vs. an $8.35 profit for 2022.

Sales are forecast to turn up in the quarter ending in September, with the company shifting from loss to profit in the December-ending quarter.

Automakers Still Dealing With Chip Shortages
Automakers faced a severe shortage of chips during the pandemic. It was the result of a two-step process: first, they canceled orders ahead of a projected falloff in demand for new cars and trucks. But demand held steady. When carmakers went to place new orders, they found themselves at the back of the line at chip foundries. Only recently have the auto chip shortages started to ease.

In general, automakers use older chip technology. The semiconductor industry's production capacity for those chips is more limited than for higher-margin, leading-edge chips, such as those made by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSM).

Semiconductor companies serving the auto market include Onsemi and STMicroelectronics, as well as NXP Semiconductors (NXPI) and Texas Instruments (TXN).

But across all of those segments of the chip landscape, unpredictable consumer behavior and knotted supply chains altered the traditional chip-cycle metrics.

"Covid threw a wrench into the cycle," Bill Jewell, a consultant with Semiconductor Intelligence, told IBD.

Factories shut down at the start of the pandemic and then reopened to chase a rapid acceleration in demand for PCs and other devices. Then consumers, after they had what they needed, stopped buying, Jewell says.

"PCs and smartphones account for so much of semiconductor consumption, especially memory, that when those slow down, it has a big impact on the market," Jewell said. "Automotive and industrial markets are holding up but they are not as big as the personal computer and smartphone markets."

For this year, analysts see STMicroelectronics earnings rising in Q1 and Q2 before undercutting year-ago levels. Sales and earnings forecasts for Onsemi, NXP and Texas Instruments are lower throughout the year.

YTD gain* Stock Price
NVDA Nvidia 65% 234.78
LSCC Lattice Semiconductor 43% 87.14
MPWR Monolithic Power Systems 40% 468.58
CRUS Cirrus Logic 38% 99.2
AMD Advanced Micro Devices 35% 86.75
ALGM Allegro MicroSystems 50% 43.71
STM STMicroelectronics 39% 46.38
ON Onsemi 30% 76.23
SWKS Skyworks Solutions 24% 110
TSM Taiwan Semiconductor 20% 85.51
* to March 15
Semiconductor Stocks Vs. 'Trough-Calling Euphoria'
Deutsche Bank analyst Ross Seymore sees the semiconductor industry situation as a hangover from pandemic disruptions.

"After about two years of semiconductor shortages resulting in a revenue/margin 'party' for the sector, the sector's fundamentals have pivoted to the 'hangover' stage," Seymore said in a recent note to clients. The hangover is illustrated by chipmakers lowering their revenue and earnings estimates for the past two quarters in the face of record-high inventories, he said.

Chip Stocks To Watch And Semiconductor Industry News

Investors observing the recent weak earnings reports now anticipate a trough in the first half of 2023 and a fundamental recovery in the second half of the year, Seymore said. That optimism reflects in this year's rise of the Philadelphia Semiconductor Index, or SOX.

Year to date, the SOX is up 15.5% vs. a 1.6% rise for the S&P 500. The SOX includes the 30 largest chip stocks traded in the U.S.

"While we've seen this cyclical investing 'playbook' used successfully many times in the past, we also note that the timing and slope of the eventual recovery quickly becomes paramount once the trough-calling euphoria subsides," Seymore said.

He added, "We remain somewhat concerned that the magnitude of inventory builds coupled with still mediocre demand may limit the slope of the revenue, margin and EPS (earnings per share) recovery — even if first-half 2023 is indeed the bottom."

Chip Inventories Hit Record Highs
Aggregate inventory data across 26 of the largest semiconductor companies shows that inventories in the fourth quarter reached their highest levels since Deutsche Bank began collecting such data in 1994, Seymore said.

"The industry has finally entered the hangover stage, with the primary concerns going forward focused on the duration/magnitude of the headache, and equally importantly the timing/slope of the eventual recovery," Seymore said.

With such a cautious outlook, Seymore is focused on semiconductor stocks with reasonable valuations and company-specific catalysts. His favorite names include Broadcom, Marvell, MaxLinear (MXL), NXP Semi, Onsemi and Qualcomm (QCOM).

Auto Chip Stocks Remain Strong Segment
Meanwhile, demand for automotive chips should continue to hold up in 2023, buoying companies like Allegro MicroSystems (ALGM) and NXP, Wells Fargo analyst Gary Mobley said in a recent note to clients.

Production constraints caused by chip shortages hindered automobile sales for more than two years. And there remains a pent-up demand for new vehicles, Mobley said.

Plus, automotive-chip makers are benefiting from increased semiconductor content in each vehicle. That is thanks to the trends of electrification and autonomy, he said.

"As long as light vehicle unit production continues to improve toward normalized levels, higher (chip) inventories are needed," Mobley said.

FactSet consensus estimates show earnings gains for Allegro over the next thee quarters before slowing. Sales gains are forecast for the next five quarters.

'Soft Landing' For Semiconductor Stocks?
Most analysts are predicting a rolling recovery with some segments turning positive earlier than others.

Evercore ISI analyst C.J. Muse has forecast a "soft landing" for chip stocks and the semiconductor industry rather than a harsh downturn. Also, the reopening of the China economy should help with the recovery, he said in a note to clients.

Daniel Morgan, senior portfolio manager at Synovus Trust, underscored that the health of the semiconductor industry is a key barometer for the overall tech sector.

"The semiconductor sector is the plankton of the technology and manufacturing ocean," Morgan said in a recent note to clients. "Everything requires chips in it to run. Typically, the chip sector will lead the technology sector out of the valley and will be one of the first sectors to show green sprouts foreshadowing a pending recovery."

But Morgan added, "At this point there are few signs of a rebound."

And the upshot for investors in semiconductor stocks? The downtrend in the chip cycle started in the third quarter of 2022. It could persist for six quarters, similar to the 2018-2019 downturn, Morgan said.
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2023.03.21 11:00 boxerangel31 31 weeks pregnant. Husband has invaded my sleep space which has been deemed snore free space.

So since my second trimester I have left my extremely comfy bed, and when I say extremely comfy I mean it. It is a king size, pillow top hybrid mattress with a cooling gel feature for the couch, bc it is too soft. 😭😭😭😭. We only have a 2 bedroom condo and the other room is our 10 years old which the baby will also be living in. My husband is a HORRIBLE SNORING and refuses to go for a sleep study. Anyway I’ve taken up residency on the couch since I was 15 weeks, I’m 31 weeks. Tonight he has invaded my sleep space which is a SNORE FREE ZONE!!! I have whacked him, pushed him, kicked him, nothing. Normally whacking him acts like a snooze button and the snoring stops. It’s 5:55am, options are limited to smothering with pillow, dragging him downstairs and having him sleep in the woods….but neighbors might notice and complain, dragging him outside to the patio but again neighbors might complain about the noise. Need sleep 😭😭😭😭
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2023.03.21 10:57 OoopsieWhoopsie I'm getting late fees through my rental app even though the due date hasn't passed yet.

Oh boy. This is so damn frustrating. I just resigned my lease for another year and my due date in my rental app is not the same as my lease.
First off, getting in contact with him to resign was nearly impossible. He was dodging calls, texts, emails, app emails... Everything. And he was the one who contacted me first offering me to sign another year!
My 2022 lease was up Feb 15th, 2023. He emailed me Jan. 25th about it, and said to get back to him within 10 days. After talking it over with my fiancé, I emailed him back on Jan 29th. No response. Contacted him through everything over the next couple days, that then turned into weeks. He finally sent me the lease through Dropbox, I signed it, everything looked good. He sent me an accompanying email saying that "Life is hectic right now because I'm selling my house and moving into my new one soon."
Now my rent is due on the 25th of each month. I've been here for 3 years, it's always been the 25th with no issues. I get my invoice on the 20th of every month which includes my pet rent and water bill. Mind you, my rent has been completely paid, and even for the rent due on Feb 25th, I paid $50 extra just in case there was any changes in my water bill.
March 10th rolls around and I get an invoice for just my base rent price. Okay.... Weird. Then March 16th comes and I get an email saying rent is past due, with a late fee tacked on. WTH? I email him saying, "Did the due date get moved? My lease says it's the 25th, but the app is acting like it was due on the 15th?" No response. I'm pissed. On the 20th, my invoice updates with my pet rent and water bill added, but I am STILL getting late fees. I am so frustrated now because I have now accrued $100 extra in late fees and my landlord is not responsive.
I understand that his life right now can be hectic, however we are not his only building. He has several properties. And I've gone so far to see if there are any concerning updates via his Facebook, considering he is an older man, and he's been actively posting and bragging about his new fancy house and hitting up the local bars. Stuff is breaking here too, and my neighbors are having issues getting a hold of him. If I wasnt so close to having a baby, I'd wouldn't have signed for another year. I've taken screenshots of texts and saved/forwarded my emails to an empty email account (just so I don't accidentally delete them).
Should I do anything else? Obviously I'm also going to keep track of my rent payments to him via email confirmation, app, and my bank.
Tl;Dr: I'm getting late fees even though my due date hasn't passed after resigning my lease, that states that the due date is the 25th of every month. Landlord is unresponsive.
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2023.03.21 10:55 vegandc DMV.Community - Mastodon For Washington D.C., MD, & VA

DMV.Community - Mastodon For Washington D.C., MD, & VA
I just discovered this Mastodon instance.
It looks like it could be another good way to interact with locals in our area.
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2023.03.21 10:54 Bristolairporttransf 5 top advantages of hiring Affordable Airport Transfer Service

Most people are harried and uptight while going to the airport. The problems are not lessened either as they land at an airport in a different city. Commuters invariably look for cab services or rent a car for self-driving. However, things can be made very easy and comfortable while hiring Affordable Airport Transfer Service in Bristol.
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2023.03.21 10:53 CryptographerLast155 AITA for kissing my wife and telling her I love her?

I, (m29) and my wife (f29) have been married for about two years, she is absolutely the love of my life and I am so beyond lucky to have married her. We were friends for a while before we began dating so I knew her family pretty well before we began dating.
My wife has three sisters, two younger and one older, and to put it bluntly her older sister does not care for me at all, she’s made it clear she doesn’t believe that I am good enough for my wife and she could do better. She has been married the last decade, she got pregnant at 18 so they believed they needed to get married to appease his family.
About a month ago she came over to my wife and I’s home sobbing saying that her husband had left her for another woman? leaving her with their four kids. Although we don’t have the greatest relationship she is still family so I felt really bad for her, so for the last month and I my wife and I have basically spent all of our free time with my sister-in-law and our nieces and nephews, I even helped her haul boxes of her ex-husbands stuff out of their house one a very cold and rainy day, which also happened to be my one day off that week. We have also been helping out financially by helping with rent, bills and groceries.
Yesterday morning my wife was taking my sister-in-law out for a girls day, when I dropped my wife off at her sisters place I kissed her and told her that I loved her. Her sister watched all of this, I could tell her mood dropped when she saw us. After I left, I got a call maybe 20 minutes later from my wife asking me to pick her up.
I did and my wife was pissed, she told me sister-in-law had blown up at her, calling us insensitive to her situation and horrible people for not putting a stop to the PDA while she was around. My wife and I are not super into PDA but we always kiss whenever we say goodbye so I didn’t realise it was a big deal, my wife told me my sister-in-law has been making it a huge deal and calling up other family members to try and get them on her side. My wife is pissed and I can’t help but feel like it’s all my fault. So AITA?
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2023.03.21 10:52 ResolutionLive4878 i-864 using assets only

I’m a US citizen but my parents are not US citizens so they cant sponsor me. My husband’s parents gave us 130k cash so that we could use it as downpayment for a condo in DC. We are both grad students graduating this coming May 2023. The cash has been sitting in our joint savings since September 2022 for around 7 months. I submitted the i-864 yesterday but am super anxious about it. I have never filed taxes because I receive more than 80k from my loving chinese parents every year for tuition and living expenses. I did attach my accepted job offer letter from a well known hospital that I will be making 100k annually. I did also attach my husband’s W-2 from his TA job (approx 3.2k for 2022) to show that we are filing taxes for 2022 return. Do you think if RFE comes, I can just use more bank statements to prove that the 130k cash is still there? Also, if the RFE comes its likely going to be later this year, can I use my paystubs from my new grad job as a proof of support? Thanks for reading!
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2023.03.21 10:46 shravaanv454 Why you should buy ready-to-move-in flats?

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2023.03.21 10:45 UnusualRelative8251 Queensland government ‘looking seriously’ at rent caps amid soaring housing stress
The ALP perpetuating the myth that they can't manage the economy. It's not true of course, but the Palaszczuk government are not helping with their latest brain fart.
Disclosure: I joined the Labour Party to get Palaszczuk elected. I take full responsibility.
My 2c.... This strategy has appeared to have had some benefit in some markets. One of the major concerns with this approach in here is the unusually high levels of household debt. A lot of investment properties are held by small-time investors who are playing very fine margins. These people are already under an enormous amount of stress with high interest rates. Capping what these people can charge for rent will see a certain percentage of properties being put on the market because the owners have no motivation to keep them (and in many cases, no choice). When you are purchasing a new property your financier will usually insist that you have 'vacant possession' meaning most sellers will issue an eviction notice when the properties go on the market to maximise potential buyers. Just taking a small percentage of rental properties off the market for three months or so will greatly exacerbate the situation.
This is a problem indicative of a government that did not see this problem coming, and does not have a valid strategy to deal with it.
As always, love to hear others take on the situation.
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2023.03.21 10:44 AdLogical4949 UC renting a flat

Can someone explain please.. is the LHA for private renting only? Or is this also for council housing too? I get really confused because I see so many posts here blabbing on about the LHA, are they in private rented? Will UC cover all of my rent If I was to move in somewhere on my own that’s council property? Or do I need to do the LHA calculation and see what I can get? Confuses the hell out of me
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2023.03.21 10:42 YkartSmith Need new rental by June

Hello, I have been renting my 3bd 1.5bth townhouse for almost 10 years. Landlord stated the owner doesn't want to renew the lease. I have to stay in the Niles West High School district 219 so that my kids can keep their school. I have been looking for a place under 1600 with utilities and I have a 12 yr old dog who can't do stairs as much. If anyone knows landlords or affordable housing in that area it would be a tremendous help. Not looking for a lot but at minimum 2bd 1bth not a walk up.
Obviously this is a long shot, but there is no open housing list in this area amd havent been in years. Ideas, suggestions, contacts any of that wpuld be appreciated.
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2023.03.21 10:39 Emerald-Gate [REQUEST] [STEAM] Workers & Resources: Soviet Republic (29,99€)

I'd like to say Hi to all who considered to read this. This is the first time I'm writing here something (other than just commenting), so I hope I won't break any rule.
About me My steam account and my Wishlist I'm 22, I'll turn 23 on 24th of March. I recently left school for various reasons, I work partime job from which I pay rent, food, etc. So I'm not left with a lot, but I always try to save some money to buy a bigger game once in a year. However, that means I have to say No to all the smaller things for pleasure. And recently I bought RE4 remake, because I was saving for it since I heard the rumors about Capcom doing its remake. Which is why now I don't have money to spend on other stuff. I know this already means that I'm not that poor and there is plenty of other people who deserve your attention more than I do. Yet recent events made me decide to try my luck here. (more about what recently happened in why I want the game / why now.)

The game I'm asking for Workers & Resources: Soviet Republic It's city builder simulator set in soviet era. It has all the typical stuff city builder simulators tend to have (eg. Building houses, planning infrastructure, making sure your citizens are happy). But unlike most, this one is set in soviet era, meaning its estetics are typical for that time. Big concrete buildings, sculptures, mosaics, škodovky and trabant in the streets.

Why I want it I live in a country which was part of the Eastern Bloc. We were ruled by the communist. In 1989 there was a Velvet Revolution, you might have heard about it. I didn't live back then. But I grew up in small town where there was a heavy presence of communist architecrute and infrastructure. Typical lamps in its old yellow/red paint, playgrounds for kids in same colors; town square with big heavy concrete flower pots, town hall with mosaic on its fasade. Old cars that were typical for that era. And much more. So there's a lot of nostagia for me for its estetics. Especially now, when a lot of the old stuff I grew up surrounded by is being replaced with modern stuff or just demolished, because it reminds of an old era that people now want to forget. And a lot of the cars, busses, trucks were produced here in this country. The stuff that is present in the game.
Why now Recently the game was pulled off Steam for about a month, because one dude claimed to have ownership rights. So Steam activly hid the game; meaning nobody was able to buy it. The game is now back on Steam, because the dude had no rights to the game. Why he did it? Well, he was bored and has a lot of money. And since the dude is not normal guy, but an nasty word, I suppose he'll try to do it again to hurt the developers. I wanted this game for a long time, but I never forced myself to buy it, as it is a lot of money for me; but the combination of the game being in my wishlist since 2021 (would be longer, but in that year I cleaned my whole wishlist), together with me being afraid the game will once again disappear from Steam and also wanting to support the developers made me want to buy it now. But as I said, I don't really have the money for it. So I tought I could try my luck here.

If you managed to read it whole, thank you for your time and sorry for any grammar mistakes.
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2023.03.21 10:38 Ridan_ Buying a property with bf with my inheritance

Tldr: bf and I are 23, together 2.5 years, I have recently come into an inheritance of 120k.
Due to inflation being so high and the markets being so volatile I feel like buying property is the best move. My bf and I want to move in together soon, but he only has a few thousand in savings so it’s safe to assume I’ll be buying.
This is fine, I know I am incredibly fortunate to be in this situation. I’m not from a super wealthy background so this was a huge surprise to me, hence why I’m unsure about what to do with this money. The thing is, 120k isn’t enough to buy somewhere just cash so there would be a obviously be mortgage to pay off on top of it.
My idea was to just rent it out to my bf and have him pay maybe 70% the mortgage as he earns a lot more than me, this would be well below market rate for a 2 bed flat anyway so it’s a better deal for him than if we just rented somewhere together .
The problem is, he wouldn’t be comfortable with me being his landlord and making him pay the mortgage, and he would want joint ownership. I’m slightly nervous about this. I know that if we had joint ownership, I wouldn’t be able to sell without him signing off on it.
How can I go about this in a way that’s fair to us both? Anyone who’s ever bought property with their partner while in financially different situations I’d appreciate hearing your advice!
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2023.03.21 10:36 xtahse [Tenant US-WI] Is Back Office Central LLC a legit company?

I reside in WI. Just rented through them and paid 1st month's rent and the security deposit. However, the property manager has been unresponsive when I asked for the keys.
Is this a legit company?
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2023.03.21 10:35 ACDeltaEpsilon Should I take action against my property management?

I apologize if this sounds confusing.
One of my roommates hasn't been paying his rent for months and it's a joint lease so I'm responsible for his missed payments. The one thing that confused me was that his security deposit wasn't paid until AFTER the commencement date. The lease agreement clearly states that applicants had to submit a security deposit prior the takeover of the lease (August). His security deposit was then added to our balance after the lease started.
I've practically talked to every leasing agent within the office, and they all confirmed that he didn't pay his security deposit. Even the property manager told me over email that he never paid the security deposit. Then, I sent an email to the parent company, and they confirmed that the roommate has paid his security deposit...through his rent payments. My roommate intended the payment to be rent, but the parent company took that to pay off his security deposit.
When I went to talk to the property manager, he retracted his statement and called it a "misunderstanding". I'm not sure how him sending 2 emails with the context "never paid his rent" could be misunderstood, but ok....I called nearly every leasing specialist within the office, and they confirmed that this roommate did not pay his security deposit. Recently, I called them again and they told me that even the old system confirmed that everyone BUT this roommate paid their security deposit. I asked her to check and she asked the property manager who told her differently.
Then, one of the other roommates came to me and told me that his roommate overpaid his rent and the money disappeared. When emailing the parent company, the company admitted in transferring that money to pay off rent for this property. So, they used the overpaid rent from a different property, to pay off rent at this property. Maybe that's why I'm having this issue?
From my viewpoint, I'm forced to pay off his rent due to an error of the property management as well as the parent company. They've all rejected the idea of exiting him, even though they would literally be losing nothing as we're still responsible for the rent. I proposed a new agreement in which everyone signs, so it's not like we would be excluding anyone. We just need someone else to sublease. I'm a student and this situation is just bringing me more into debt. I'm about to max out my credit card because I don't have the money and I'm not sure what to do anymore.
TL;DR: I have evidence of every leasing agent, including the property manager confirming that a roommate did not pay his security deposit AFTER the commencement date. The agreement states that the security deposit should've been deposited prior to the commencement. Property manager sent two emails a MONTH after the commencement date with "never paid his rent". Now, the property manager is retracting his statements after I sent an email to the parent company. Parent company admitted in using an overpaid rent at one property to temporarily pay off rent Currently, I'm accruing in debt because I'm stuck paying for another roommate.
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2023.03.21 10:32 ApplesAndFriends What is a fair rent reduction ?

[spontaneous fire] was the cause
We had an electrical fire start in our kitchen (we’re renting) resulting in our cooktop, oven not function and having a hole in our ceiling (had to call firemen, who doused our whole kitchen with their hose). On top of this, we had no electricity for 3 days, making us chuck out all of our fridge food. The fire was no fault of ours (landlords know this).
What is a reasonable % to ask off of weekly rent now that we have no cooking facilities and a hole in our kitchen roof?
We live in central Melbourne.
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2023.03.21 10:27 Pleasant_Cookie_4072 Is it normal for Lowes to cut hours to 1 or 2 days a week for part time employees?

I’ve been working at Lowe’s for awhile now and I used to work 4 or 3 days a week for the first couple of months and even if I went into work and did overtime again they kept cutting my hours and eventually stopped letting me come in extra days to make extra money. I stressed several times I needed money for rent since I was living on my own for awhile but they cut me more to the point I’m not even scheduled or I’m scheduled 1 day a week. I ended up losing the apartment because I couldn’t pay my bills. So I’m wondering if that’s a normal thing to do.
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2023.03.21 10:25 calv06 Anyone tried setting their own home on Google as a business?

I have this idea I believe I can establish in my condo. Condo have storage rooms renting out for $25/month. Planning to use it and if customers book appointment, they can swing by to have private look at the product and service selling.
I mean can be like dental office at home, hair salon at home and etc. Trying to maximize my real estate pros and cons of living in an expensive condo. Love this place and don't plan to move anytime soon. Don't need to sign any new lease but continue with my own.
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