Is renting a furnace from Reliance a good idea?
Is this a good idea? I always hear of scams when it comes to water heater and furnace replacements
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Really? I would say just the opposite.
Aug 20th, 2012 10:43 pm
Yes, and further:
Aug 20th, 2012 11:00 pm
So . What your saying is if you can't afford to pay cash for a home you're "over your head , overstretched ".aqnd wrote: ↑Aug 21st, 2012 3:43 amYes, and further:
OP, if you can't afford/don't have available credit to maintain your house, you're in over your head.
In that case, you should probably be renting a different place after selling the one you've got, not renting a furnace.
What happens if the roof has a catastrophic leak? There's another 5k.
Owning a house is great, but you need to know when you're overstretched and get out before it's too late.
If it's just temporary (e.g. off work on 6 month disability), then fine. But if you have no special circumstances as to why you can't afford the furnace or don't have the credit, you should probably consider what I said above.
Aug 21st, 2012 3:51 am
Aug 21st, 2012 5:34 am
Actually, aqnd is not saying that whatsoever. He is saying that if you can't afford (or don't have credit available) to pay for small reasonable repairs and upgrades (don't tell me a furnace is a major expense, it is about 1% or less of a homes value, about 1/10 the value of a new car.) that you are overstretched1bagger wrote: ↑Aug 21st, 2012 4:00 amSo . What your saying is if you can't afford to pay cash for a home you're "over your head , overstretched ".
Get real . I'm in business , somethings you pay for , other things you rent . Good business decisions .
Why do most succesfull busines people lease their cars ? Not because their over their heads .
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