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Y'all who answered taxes are lucky, and/or very well capitalized / successful - I hope you realize that.

I answered Housing, because even with a locked in low interest rate I'm at 24K/year between mortgage & interest, property tax, insurance and HA fee.

We can't sell because...we can't. Everything around here is (still) beyond ridiculous price. Nor do we really want to, because for $2,000 a month, try to find a beautiful house with no-build conservation land (woods) behind it. Ha. $2000 a month gets you a studio in Portsmouth or a 2 bedroom in the boondocks 20 miles west of it.

Don't want to pay off a 3.5% 30 year, certainly not now.
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