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08/10/2022

NOT only your beer but without Farmers NO Food!!!! Thats what the Great NOT so Great Reset and the leftist NWO is about to starve folks!!!
http://www.unclesamsmisguidedchildren.com/the-great-co2-shortage-your-beer-is-at-risk/

There apparently is a CO2 shortage that is affecting the beer industry, as well as chicken, food shipping and many others.

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07/22/2022

Real Talk with SLR
7.21.22 | Today Started Out CRAZY Scary + Q&A | Episode 35

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07/20/2022

• Jul 19, 2022 •
San Francisco Bay Area, Southern California Home Sales Crater, Prices Begin to Drop. California Pending Sales Collapse 40%

The first year-over-year price declines crop up as the crazy California housing market “normalizes” amid holy-moly mortgage rates. By Wolf Richter for WOLF STREET.

Pending sales in California plunged by 40.6% in June from a year ago, according to the California Association of Realtors (C.A.R.). Listings that went pending in June are expected to turn into closed sales in July, or at least many of them, and given the 40% plunge in pending sales in June, closed sales in July are going to be interesting. The discussion below is about closed sales in June.

Closed sales of single-family houses in California plunged by 8.4% in June from May and by 20.9% from a year ago. Closed sales of condos plunged by 27.0% from a year ago. Beyond the three lockdown months of 2020, June sales were the lowest since 2008.

All of the five regions had double-digit year-over-year sales declines – and in three of them, sales plunged by over 25%: Southern California, San Francisco Bay Area, and Inland Empire.

Of all the counties tracked by the California Association of Realtors, 48 experienced double-digit declines in closed sales. The counties with the biggest year-over-year plunges in closed sales: San Benito (-48.6%), Siskiyou (-45.2%), Orange (-36.1%), and Santa Cruz (-36.1%).

Here are the two most populous regions in California, the six counties of Southern California and the five big counties of the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area:

Sales in June, % Change fr. year ago Houses % YoY Condos % YoY
California Sales -20.9% -27.0%

Southern California counties -27.1% -24.8%
Los Angeles -20.6% -18.1%
Orange -36.1% -28.9%
Riverside -27.4% -24.5%
San Bernardino -27.5% -3.3%
San Diego -30.5% -32.0%
Ventura -22.6% -3.4%

San Francisco Bay Area counties -26.8% -33.4%
San Francisco -21.3% -32.7%
San Mateo (Silicon Valley) -31.3% -33.1%
Santa Clara (Silicon Valley) -31.4% -37.9%
Alameda -21.0% -21.8%
Contra Costa -31.0% -38.5%

Unsold inventory is suddenly coming out of the woodwork.
Active listing spiked by 64% year-over-year, to the highest since late 2019, and this occurred even as sales plunged:
San Francisco Bay Area: +61%
Southern California: +65%
Central Valley: 79%

Supply rose to 2.5 months, also the highest since late 2019, up from 1.7 months a year ago.

New listings jumped to 26,880 homes, the highest in nearly three years.

Crazy prices begin to fall.
Listings with price cuts rose to a share of 35.5% of total listings, the highest since 2019, with the median price cut being 5.3%.

Prices had gone crazy over the past few years. But over the past few months, county by county, prices began to dip from those ridiculous spikes. So these are deals that closed in June, but were made previously. Pending sales in June – the 40% year-over-year collapse – indicate that month-to-month dips in prices wasn’t a blip and are likely to become a trend.

Median prices are very volatile, they jump up and down, and can be skewed by changes in the mix of houses that sold, so take median prices with a good dose of caution.

In most counties in California, prices are still higher year-over-year. The month-to-month drops are just the very beginning.

But the first year-over-year price declines are cropping up in the San Francisco Bay Area, both in single-family houses and condos.

In San Francisco, the median price of single-family houses peaked in March at $2.06 million. It then dropped for three months in a row and in June reached $1.9 million, back where it had first been in March 2021. Condo prices were flat year-over-year.

In San Mateo County (norther part of Silicon Valley), the median price of single-family houses hit a crazy $2.4 million in April, and then dropped two months in a row, to $2.155 million, below June 2021 levels. Condo prices also dropped into the red year-over-year.

Median Prices, % change from year ago, June Houses % YoY Condos % YoY
California Sales 5.4% 10.0%

San Francisco Bay Area 3.7% 5.5%
San Francisco -2.6% 0.0%
San Mateo (Silicon Valley) -5.3% -0.7%
Santa Clara (Silicon Valley) 4.0% 5.5%
Alameda 9.2% 6.7%
Contra Costa -1.3% 13.6%
Southern California 8.4% 15.1%
Los Angeles 8.1% 15.0%
Orange 11.2% 15.8%
Riverside 12.2% 22.7%
San Bernardino 12.6% 13.7%
San Diego 9.8% 15.1%
Ventura 10.7% 11.8%

“Normalizing…”
No one knows what “normalize” means in the crazy California housing market, where the bottom has now fallen out of sales, but this market will “normalize further,” according to the C.A.R.

“With inflation remaining high and interest rates expected to climb further in the coming months, the market will normalize further in the second half of the year with softer sales and more moderate price growth,” said the C.A.R. report.

One thing is for sure: the magic is coming out of the housing market, as holy-moly mortgage rates begin to bite – and they bite a lot in California because prices are too dang high.

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The first year-over-year price declines crop up as the crazy California housing market “normalizes” amid holy-moly mortgage rates.

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08/10/2022

NOT only your beer but without Farmers NO Food!!!! Thats what the Great NOT so Great Reset and the leftist NWO is about to starve folks!!!
http://www.unclesamsmisguidedchildren.com/the-great-co2-shortage-your-beer-is-at-risk/

There apparently is a CO2 shortage that is affecting the beer industry, as well as chicken, food shipping and many others.

www.unclesamsmisguidedchildren.com

07/22/2022

Real Talk with SLR
7.21.22 | Today Started Out CRAZY Scary + Q&A | Episode 35

Go Say HAPPY BIRTHDAY to our friend JOHN @Cold Beer Ranch and CONGRATULATIONS for hitting 10k!

ALSO - Check out our friend Drew with @Drews LENS EPIC Journey Across the USA In his 71 VW BUS

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https://youtu.be/QRtKe6aDYso

Go Say HAPPY BIRTHDAY to our friend JOHN @Cold Beer Ranch and CONGRATULATIONS for hitting 10k! ALSO - Check out our friend Drew with @DREWS LENS EPIC Journey...

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07/20/2022

• Jul 19, 2022 •
San Francisco Bay Area, Southern California Home Sales Crater, Prices Begin to Drop. California Pending Sales Collapse 40%

The first year-over-year price declines crop up as the crazy California housing market “normalizes” amid holy-moly mortgage rates. By Wolf Richter for WOLF STREET.

Pending sales in California plunged by 40.6% in June from a year ago, according to the California Association of Realtors (C.A.R.). Listings that went pending in June are expected to turn into closed sales in July, or at least many of them, and given the 40% plunge in pending sales in June, closed sales in July are going to be interesting. The discussion below is about closed sales in June.

Closed sales of single-family houses in California plunged by 8.4% in June from May and by 20.9% from a year ago. Closed sales of condos plunged by 27.0% from a year ago. Beyond the three lockdown months of 2020, June sales were the lowest since 2008.

All of the five regions had double-digit year-over-year sales declines – and in three of them, sales plunged by over 25%: Southern California, San Francisco Bay Area, and Inland Empire.

Of all the counties tracked by the California Association of Realtors, 48 experienced double-digit declines in closed sales. The counties with the biggest year-over-year plunges in closed sales: San Benito (-48.6%), Siskiyou (-45.2%), Orange (-36.1%), and Santa Cruz (-36.1%).

Here are the two most populous regions in California, the six counties of Southern California and the five big counties of the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area:

Sales in June, % Change fr. year ago Houses % YoY Condos % YoY
California Sales -20.9% -27.0%

Southern California counties -27.1% -24.8%
Los Angeles -20.6% -18.1%
Orange -36.1% -28.9%
Riverside -27.4% -24.5%
San Bernardino -27.5% -3.3%
San Diego -30.5% -32.0%
Ventura -22.6% -3.4%

San Francisco Bay Area counties -26.8% -33.4%
San Francisco -21.3% -32.7%
San Mateo (Silicon Valley) -31.3% -33.1%
Santa Clara (Silicon Valley) -31.4% -37.9%
Alameda -21.0% -21.8%
Contra Costa -31.0% -38.5%

Unsold inventory is suddenly coming out of the woodwork.
Active listing spiked by 64% year-over-year, to the highest since late 2019, and this occurred even as sales plunged:
San Francisco Bay Area: +61%
Southern California: +65%
Central Valley: 79%

Supply rose to 2.5 months, also the highest since late 2019, up from 1.7 months a year ago.

New listings jumped to 26,880 homes, the highest in nearly three years.

Crazy prices begin to fall.
Listings with price cuts rose to a share of 35.5% of total listings, the highest since 2019, with the median price cut being 5.3%.

Prices had gone crazy over the past few years. But over the past few months, county by county, prices began to dip from those ridiculous spikes. So these are deals that closed in June, but were made previously. Pending sales in June – the 40% year-over-year collapse – indicate that month-to-month dips in prices wasn’t a blip and are likely to become a trend.

Median prices are very volatile, they jump up and down, and can be skewed by changes in the mix of houses that sold, so take median prices with a good dose of caution.

In most counties in California, prices are still higher year-over-year. The month-to-month drops are just the very beginning.

But the first year-over-year price declines are cropping up in the San Francisco Bay Area, both in single-family houses and condos.

In San Francisco, the median price of single-family houses peaked in March at $2.06 million. It then dropped for three months in a row and in June reached $1.9 million, back where it had first been in March 2021. Condo prices were flat year-over-year.

In San Mateo County (norther part of Silicon Valley), the median price of single-family houses hit a crazy $2.4 million in April, and then dropped two months in a row, to $2.155 million, below June 2021 levels. Condo prices also dropped into the red year-over-year.

Median Prices, % change from year ago, June Houses % YoY Condos % YoY
California Sales 5.4% 10.0%

San Francisco Bay Area 3.7% 5.5%
San Francisco -2.6% 0.0%
San Mateo (Silicon Valley) -5.3% -0.7%
Santa Clara (Silicon Valley) 4.0% 5.5%
Alameda 9.2% 6.7%
Contra Costa -1.3% 13.6%
Southern California 8.4% 15.1%
Los Angeles 8.1% 15.0%
Orange 11.2% 15.8%
Riverside 12.2% 22.7%
San Bernardino 12.6% 13.7%
San Diego 9.8% 15.1%
Ventura 10.7% 11.8%

“Normalizing…”
No one knows what “normalize” means in the crazy California housing market, where the bottom has now fallen out of sales, but this market will “normalize further,” according to the C.A.R.

“With inflation remaining high and interest rates expected to climb further in the coming months, the market will normalize further in the second half of the year with softer sales and more moderate price growth,” said the C.A.R. report.

One thing is for sure: the magic is coming out of the housing market, as holy-moly mortgage rates begin to bite – and they bite a lot in California because prices are too dang high.

Enjoy reading WOLF STREET and want to support it? Using ad blockers – I totally get why – but want to support the site? You can donate. I appreciate it immensely. Click on the beer and iced-tea mug to find out how:

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https://wolfstreet.com/2022/07/19/san-francisco-bay-area-southern-california-home-sales-crater-prices-begin-to-drop-california-pending-sales-collapse-40/

The first year-over-year price declines crop up as the crazy California housing market “normalizes” amid holy-moly mortgage rates.

wolfstreet.com

07/08/2022

The Seven Churches of the Apocalypse.

Saying, I am Alpha and Omega, the first and the last:
and, What thou seest, write in a book,
and send it unto the seven churches which are in Asia;
unto Ephesus, and unto Smyrna, and unto Pergamos,
and unto Thyatira, and unto Sardis,
and unto Philadelphia,
and unto Laodicea.


To Ephesus:
. . .though hast left thy first love.
The Tipping Point Prophecy Update, on it's May 8 edition on Substack, has an excellent discussion on this, "When you grow Tired of Waiting" by Jimmy Evans.


To the church in Smyrna:

. . .and ye shall have tribulation ten days.

So we see here, Smyrna will have, or had had, if we are looking at seven ages of the Church, a ten day tribulation.


To the church in Pergamos:

. . .and where thou dwellest, even where Satan's seat is. . .
. . .where Satan dwelleth.

Well, the rumor on the net is it was moved to Berlin, the seat, that is. So perhaps Pergamos is Germany. My god, but where else? I mean obviously, only Nazi Germany, not Germany its best self, the land of the Reformation, of Sausages and German Beer and all things good. But also, of Pergamos: Separate that from the Church of Pergamos, like the True Germany. Look what a good thing it says to the church of that city:

. . .and thou holdest fast my name,
and hast not denied my faith. . .

Thyatira:

But that which ye have already hold fast till I come.

Sardis:

If . . .
I will come on thee as a thief,
and thou shalt not know
what hour I will come upon thee.

Now, who is Philadelphia?

Laodicea:

. . .neither cold nor hot. . .
. . .Behold, I stand at the door. . .

07/04/2022

Cold Beer Ranch
JULY 04, 2022
Sketchy Property Deal! What is going on with CBR 2.0?
Update on CBR 2.0
https://youtu.be/Gf3UD2RQWx0

Update on CBR 2.0

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