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  1. Run DMC

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    this is always nice to get shafted two ways:

     
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    glad i did the fixed and not the arm the mortgage broker was trying to sell
     
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    I'm about to buy one myself-cash! Gotta get rid of those soon to be worthless dollars!
     
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    Mortgage rates should rise. They've been too low, for far too long. Low rates attract higher sums of financing. Higher rates encourage people to save more, so as to borrow less.
     

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