Arson to push up housing price
Wed Nov 7, 2018 07:56

1045. Oakland fire (10/27/2018)

On October 24 in night news of TV, I saw there was a big fire in Oakland that burned 126 units in construction. I am alert of fire because the Feds try to justify an arrest if I burn the yard trash. October weather is cool down, but they still create a situation that fire is dangerous. On 10/14, they let PG&E shut off electricity in name of "prevent fire".(see #1044) I think this fire is part of their plot too.

[quote]West Oakland fire probe intensifies with arrival of up to 20 federal agents
By Kimberly Veklerov and Sarah Ravani Wednesday, October 24, 2018

An arsonist started an earlier fire at the unfinished West Oakland residential complex that burned down this week, ....


I allege the Feds target at big housing construction sites because new houses are threaten to the house price. The Feds rely on the money they made from rising house price in my case. That construction site once had been their target. This time they revive it again because in October plot, they need a big fire.

[quote]Arsonist previously set fire at site of massive West Oakland blaze:
Sarah Ravani Oct. 24, 2018

The massive, unfinished residential complex that went up in flames Tuesday in West Oakland was targeted by an arsonist six months prior in a smaller fire intentionally set in a stairwell of the development, a city Fire Department official told The Chronicle on Wednesday.



1026. Hot Housing market (6/24/2018)

I am innocent. To eliminate an innocent man by framing him in criminal case takes a lot of money. The Feds(FBI and DEA) used to get the money from real estate business.


The index curve of the median house price of San Francisco represents the course of the persecution of the Feds. The tactic is to refinance the house for more money if the house price keeps going up. e.g. When they bought a house of 300k in 1990
They paid 10% down payment,that's 30k. Then in 2007 when the house price went up to 680k, they could get 380k cash by refinancing. Now it's 1.61 million, they could get another 930k from it. 30k for 1.31 million, what a profit. Any time when the case is over, they leave the debt for bank to take care. The point is to keep the housing market hot while the case is alive.

In the meantime, the housing babble has exploded in 2007. The Feds(FBI and DEA) saved it from collapse by Q.E. done by Federal Reserve. See reference (#945)
To keep the balloon from popping off, they keep the interest as low as possible. Now the media house price of St. Francisco is 1.61 million. That's where my sisters live. San Jose's is higher, that's where I live.

[quote] San Franciscoís median house price climbs to $1.61 million

Thatís nearly double the average from just five years ago
By Adam Brinklow Apr 5, 2018,

https://sf.curbed.com/2018/4/5/17201888/san-francisco-median-home-house-price-average-2018 [/quote]

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