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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

    Quote Originally Posted by UnKnownSurviving View Post
    Tthat

    That's what I'm saying. It's better to go to America. Because you have better properties and houses in America, where as in Canada, there's no apartments, and you can't get income from apartment rents. In America, we have apartments complexes and houses for income from rents.

    I don't have actual properties yet, but it's on one of my goals to do. Right now, I'm working this week and next week.
    Quote Originally Posted by UnKnownSurviving View Post
    In the Southern States of America, like Texas or Florida, (really any Southern states, has houses that are cheap, if you know where to look), there's cheap houses, if that's your first step, before you get a mansion. I would recommend having an apartment to live, first, before you get a house, as to get income first (work or if you have properties in India, and you sell it, generating millions of dollars or whatever money in your country's money and move to America, like Texas or Florida, or any other southern states, that works too.), in preparation for your first house.

    It's a suggestion, but if you know what you want, in America, GO FOR IT!

    I support your goals. By the way, PM me and we can talk about your goals. I think we have similar goals.
    Ok bro.

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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

    Quote Originally Posted by UnKnownSurviving View Post
    Tthat


    That's what I'm saying. It's better to go to America. Because you have better properties and houses in America, where as in Canada, there's no apartments, and you can't get income from apartment rents. In America, we have apartments complexes and houses for income from rents.

    I don't have actual properties yet, but it's on one of my goals to do. Right now, I'm working this week and next week.
    Quote Originally Posted by UnKnownSurviving View Post
    In the Southern States of America, like Texas or Florida, (really any Southern states, has houses that are cheap, if you know where to look), there's cheap houses, if that's your first step, before you get a mansion. I would recommend having an apartment to live, first, before you get a house, as to get income first (work or if you have properties in India, and you sell it, generating millions of dollars or whatever money in your country's money and move to America, like Texas or Florida, or any other southern states, that works too.), in preparation for your first house.

    It's a suggestion, but if you know what you want, in America, GO FOR IT!

    I support your goals. By the way, PM me and we can talk about your goals. I think we have similar goals.
    Quote Originally Posted by RustyNuts View Post
    Property in Ontario, (I suspect the rest of the country is the same) has risen heaps in the last 20yrs or so, compared to wages. The area I looked at was cottage country a few hours drive north of Toronto, property prices were +4x what they were 20 yrs ago, wages were only 2x or doubled in the last 20yrs. The price what people are selling their houses for in Toronto is driving up the price of property where I looked at. Most new development was larger grander homes. Even the small older "Starter" homes were 4x the price, because of land value. Demolish the starter house and build bigger, fancier. I can see where your "Canadian Source" may have problems finding housing that he can afford, if Winterpeg is like Toronto.

    It's not good to compare or convert from one country to the other, all forms of cost of living, wages, all taxes, prices have to be compared to make it fare, not just pick the eyes out.

    What has worked in the past in Canada and elsewhere for people immigrating from India. Bring money and buy business (Small shop, or fuel station with shop was a favourite). Bring family and live in the back of the business, family works for business, pool the money. Sometimes it was extended family also. Once money is saved up, buy a house, everyone moves into house. Save up for second house or second business. The more money pooled into increasing wealth, the better and faster it grows. The family appeared to work as one for a common goal. Less wages paid to locals is more pooled money for the family.

    Where ever you go there will be no short cuts, it's going to take lots of work and living cheap to get a start unless you are bringing heaps of money with you. As a first generation immigrant, you may experience some difficulties at times, you can't let these get you down.

    All that glitters is not gold.


    Thanks for sharing some information

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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

    As UnKnown Survivor says, the US has some reasonably priced housing. I'm living in one. But are these bargains where Harish needs to go? Rusty's guess that real estate is two to four times higher than it used to be would hold true for most any place in the US or Canada, and for sure around colleges.

    My guess is smaller college towns might work out better than a big city. But I don't really know, nor could I tell you how much might be saved.

    Some buyers purchase large houses and rent out rooms. These people are trying to survive more than get ahead, but it's an awful way to live. The problem is there's an Army of people out there who will never manage renting their own apartment, so they drift from room to room. Most have no filters on their behaviors, let alone any social graces. They are the roommates from hell.

    If you could find some like-minded people you could trust, a big house split several ways would save a lot. Guys you can trust, that's the hard part. But renting to any toe rag that comes along? You don't want to go there.
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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    As UnKnown Survivor says, the US has some reasonably priced housing. I'm living in one. But are these bargains where Harish needs to go? Rusty's guess that real estate is two to four times higher than it used to be would hold true for most any place in the US or Canada, and for sure around colleges.

    My guess is smaller college towns might work out better than a big city. But I don't really know, nor could I tell you how much might be saved.

    Some buyers purchase large houses and rent out rooms. These people are trying to survive more than get ahead, but it's an awful way to live. The problem is there's an Army of people out there who will never manage renting their own apartment, so they drift from room to room. Most have no filters on their behaviors, let alone any social graces. They are the roommates from hell.

    If you could find some like-minded people you could trust, a big house split several ways would save a lot. Guys you can trust, that's the hard part. But renting to any toe rag that comes along? You don't want to go there.
    Hmm more information. There is one place i know where I can find like minded people and that is MGToW forum itself, done a wonderful job.

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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

    Quote Originally Posted by RustyNuts View Post

    It's not good to compare or convert from one country to the other, all forms of cost of living, wages, all taxes, prices have to be compared to make it fare, not just pick the eyes out.

    What has worked in the past in Canada and elsewhere for people immigrating from India. Bring money and buy business (Small shop, or fuel station with shop was a favourite). Bring family and live in the back of the business, family works for business, pool the money. Sometimes it was extended family also. Once money is saved up, buy a house, everyone moves into house. Save up for second house or second business. The more money pooled into increasing wealth, the better and faster it grows. The family appeared to work as one for a common goal. Less wages paid to locals is more pooled money for the family.
    Sales tax's are big in Canada, A lot of times both the Provience and the city will hit you. It adds up.

    India family's and other middle east types in the states have been buying up smaller motels for years, usually in more remote towns. Like Rusty says, the family gets one going and starts another when they can. Everybody pitch's in. I don't like the way some of them sneer "can I help you" when they want you to go away. Otherwise, the one's I've met are fine. They run a good hotel and that's what counts.
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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

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    Sales tax's are big in Canada, A lot of times both the Provience and the city will hit you. It adds up.

    India family's and other middle east types in the states have been buying up smaller motels for years, usually in more remote towns. Like Rusty says, the family gets one going and starts another when they can. Everybody pitch's in. I don't like the way some of them sneer "can I help you" when they want you to go away. Otherwise, the one's I've met are fine. They run a good hotel and that's what counts.
    Oh. I've heard about it. So these guys migrate to u.s with a hotel in assistance and manage to pull it off without taking any education loan or going through those early years of hell.

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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

    Quote Originally Posted by Harish yadav View Post
    Oh. I've heard about it. So these guys migrate to u.s with a hotel in assistance and manage to pull it off without taking any education loan or going through those early years of hell.
    A suppose the downside is your always helping someone else. But you get to own a business you couldn't have started on your own.

    How many migrate and how many were Americans to start with is impossible to say, it's probably some of each. Like you say, no student loans or being exploited by the education system. A family and a down payment's all you need to get started. Most of these people probably didn't start with much.

    Of course, you have to hold up your end. You don't own a small business; it owns you and will take all you can give. At least if you plan on succeeding it will.
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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    Sales tax's are big in Canada, A lot of times both the Provience and the city will hit you. It adds up.
    Federal GST in all provinces + some Provinces have have sales tax added to make HST.

    No city that I know of charges a tax...

    Charge the GST/HST - Canada.ca

    Yes taxes are higher in Canada than the US but health care is provincial funded from taxes... What does health care or health insurance cost in the US? Again, you have to look at the larger picture not just pick the eyes out....

    Have you looked at New Zealand or Australia? Both are Commonwealth countries.

    @frog: Immigration into a Commonwealth country can be easier if you are coming from a Commonwealth country. India, Canada, Australia, and NZ are part of the Commonwealth. I can't compare ease of immigration to any country, they all have their own requirements.

    I'm just throwing around ideas.... Immigrating to another country is a big step in life. Sometimes one that can not be reversed (not all countries allow duel citizenship). Each country will present it's own challenges and opportunities.

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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    I don't like the way some of them sneer "can I help you" when they want you to go away.
    LOL.... Yes, but they want your money more than they want you to go away.... Some cultures know the value of customer service. A lost sale is money they will never make, and a happy customer might a return customer.

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    Re: thank you all for giving me the cheat code of life.

    Quote Originally Posted by RustyNuts View Post
    LOL.... Yes, but they want your money more than they want you to go away.... Some cultures know the value of customer service. A lost sale is money they will never make, and a happy customer might a return customer.
    On this occasion we were not customers. We were at the coast and looking for a path to the beach. Like everybody does, and this granny with her snotty voice goes "can I help you?"

    Truth is many an unfriendly American has said the same thing when they want you to go away.

    I knew India was a former colony but didn't realize they still had ties to the mother country. That's good, despite its faults, a young MGTOW like Harish would be way better off in Canada than India.
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    On this occasion we were not customers. We were at the coast and looking for a path to the beach. Like everybody does, and this granny with her snotty voice goes "can I help you?"

    Truth is many an unfriendly American has said the same thing when they want you to go away.

    I knew India was a former colony but didn't realise they still had ties to the mother country. That's good, despite its faults, a young MGTOW like Harish would be way better off in Canada than India.
    They still have ties to motherland. This one phenomenon is somewhat strange to me. i will explain but it's true canada would be way above india, cause i haven't seen a single indian returning back to India nor a Canadian migrating to india unless he works in embassy.
    The thing i dislike about Indians abroad like you said ties to motherland, they still pass on their native language as the first language of next generation (children) and somewhat their understanding of indian culture rather than adapting the culture followed by Canadian masses, where as in india parents pass on English as the mother tongue of their kids and western culture. This thing should be opposite in my opinion cause it robs kids off from the spiritual connection to the land they're dwelling in. Take example of this Canadian guy who is living in Indo Canadians there, all of them follow indian politics, movies and even celebrating an Olympic victory (even though it's rare). Where as Indians here who've been brought in English follow western politics, movies even wars, there was even a guy in college. If you would ask him what's our capital? His reply would be - Washington dc is capital of u.s. he would even go to great extent to prove bigfoot is real and aliens cover up etc. Crazy. So in my belief indian who have migrated to canada or america should follow the native language and culture of there, if they don't want to and still have love for indian language and culture then why did they migrate in the first place.
    Hypocrites.
    where as Indians of India should maintain their native culture and language cause you sound way too crazy if you say aliens living in America, bigfoot, and saying anything which is there in u.s even when you're asked something related to native land.


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