Run Away, Run Away!

Good news, everyone! Thanks to more than six months of BLM/Antifa riots, Americans in big cities have finally realized it’s time to get the hell out.

Apartment rents fell this year in 10 of the nation’s most expensive cities — like San Francisco, New York, Boston and Seattle — amidst a pronounced exodus by occupants, according to an analysis by RENTCafé, a search website.

* Rental applications dropped 10% in 2020, according to the site.
* The median income of renters — which rose in 2018 and 2019 — stagnated at $38,400, the same as last year.

By the numbers: For those who were lucky enough to have expiring leases or break existing ones, there was good news: The national average rent stayed at $1,465 instead of rising.

I mean, sure, the lower rent is terrific, but it’s severely offset by the congestion, the violence, and the chance your house will literally be burned to the ground.

6 thoughts on “Run Away, Run Away!

  1. All these assholes are moving somewhere near the rest of us and probably bringing their bad voting habits with them. Nobody should be allowed to voted anywhere they move to for at least a couple of years to get a feel for the place. Like Georgia, right now.

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  2. RG – Georgia will be stolen like the rest of the country. I guarantee it.

    MelP – Fifty-foot wall over NYC, Philly, Chicago, and… Cleveland for changing the Indians name.

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