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Joined: 26 May 2009 / Male ♂
Last Post: 6 May 2010
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polsky   
6 May 2010
Real Estate / House prices in Poland to drop more or rise again? [227]

milky I thought you words are expressing very accurately the situation, and how the developers desperate for money are lying to everyone and paying large adverts in newspapers to sustain their own lies... and that's why I copied and posted your words on Krakowpost

As everyone can see, Avalon is just a developer without a job, who can't sell his apartments because he is too greedy, and instead of finally slashing down the prices, he posts on the forums thousands of posts everyday, insulting everyone who isn't interested in buying overpriced bubbled apartments...
polsky   
3 May 2010
Real Estate / House prices in Poland to drop more or rise again? [227]

They learned that with well chosen lies, you can brainwash many naive people into thinking that it is actually normal for a person to pay 2000 zl every MONTH for HIS ENTIRE LIFE (next 35 years) just for few walls...

The cost of building is around 500 ZL / sq.m., but the greedy developers sell it at 12 000 ZL / sq.m.
polsky   
3 May 2010
Real Estate / Any recent property reports/studies of Cracow / Krakow property market? [8]

Any report made by a real estate agency, at any month, any time of any year, will always have the same "conclusion":

"Now it is the best time to buy a property blablabla"

Because real estate agencies will go bankrupt if people would not be brainwashed
at buying all the time.

However, people are starting to use their own head, and prices of the highly bubble inflated real estate in Krakow are falling down crashing at a high speed.

Further fallings in prices are expected at a rate of between 30% and 60% before the end of 2011
polsky   
3 May 2010
Real Estate / House prices in Poland to drop more or rise again? [227]

A mate of mine who is a journalist for a local newspaper in the lovely land of saints and scholars told me that sponsors for the paper would pull out if they printed the facts about the property bubble bursting.

Of course, where are the big interests? Of course, the interest is that the large banks and the large corporations owning thousands of unsold apartaments, to get rid of them at huge bubble inflated current prices.

Like for example 600 000 zl for few walls in a big coffin (like many of the
new buildings really are).

big buildings like the Angel City in Cracow are still empty. There is obviously no demand at the moment.

Just Angel City?

95% of the newly built apartments in Cracow are empty !!!

They look like ghost-towns.

The price of building a block of flats it is about 15% of the price the developers are selling at.

Developers like the very agressive Avalon here... who is desperate at losing his profits when he cannot find any more suckers
polsky   
20 Feb 2010
Real Estate / House prices in Poland to drop more or rise again? [227]

Let's see: we have about 600 000 poles selling their properties... and maybe about 200 buying (the ones that are totally airheads).

Prices expected to fall about 30% - 60%.

Do your own maths ;)
polsky   
20 Feb 2010
Life / Ripped Off in Poland? - Expose here: [185]

Polish people cannot really keep their words and have no pride.

I lived in Wroclaw for 8 months, and the owners of flats, who were renting out, advertised a price of 900 zl per month, and when they saw I am british, they raised the price to 900 zl per week, thinking I am so naive or easy to rip off :(
polsky   
20 Feb 2010
Language / Polish was chosen the HARDEST LANGUAGE in the world to learn... :D [1541]

poland.gov.pl/The,Polish,Language,317.html

In spelling, one major difficulty for both foreigners and natives alike is the words with ż vs. rz, u vs. ó, and h vs. ch, since the pairs of sounds these letters or combinations of letters represent have identical or almost identical pronunciation. Polish grammar and punctuation abound in rules and twice as many exceptions to them. Predictably, Polish is said to be a rather difficult language to learn.
polsky   
20 Feb 2010
Real Estate / How do you comment on "Poland real estate analysis" of the biggest property site [24]

I know several owners of apartments who are desperately trying to get rid of their apartments bought in 2007. They say they had just 2 viewing trips from interested buyers in the last 3 months, and none was sold.

The buyers offered cash 50% of the prices advertised, and said that noone is crazy to buy now , when prices are about to fall around 30% - 60% in the next 2 years...
polsky   
20 Feb 2010
Real Estate / Has the Poland real estate bubble popped? [12]

Has the housing bubble popped there?

Definitely NOT yet. Prices went down about 20%, and they are expected to fall another 30% - 60% at least.

To buy now in Poland is the same with throwing your money off out the window into the sea...
polsky   
20 Feb 2010
Real Estate / Thinking of buying an offplan Luxury Property Wroclaw [79]

Man, be careful with this.

Prices in Wroclaw are expected to fall about 30 - 60% in the next 2 years.

Buying now is the dumbest possible thing to do.

I have a friend who bought few apartments in 2007 in Wroclaw, and now he is desperately trying to sell them now in 2009 but: even if he cutted the prices already by 40% loss, and still NOBODY is buying. He says that all statistics in newspapers are LIES, because the market will go down another minus 50% before somebody actually starts buying apartments in Poland
polsky   
20 Feb 2010
Real Estate / Apartments too expensive for Poles living in Poland [54]

One british guy who bought few apartments in 2007 in Wroclaw, cutted down the prices, just to sell them now in 2009 but:

- he cutted the prices already by 40% loss, and still NOBODY is buying
- he said that all statistics in newspapers are LIES, because the market will go down another minus 50% before somebody actually starts buying apartments in Poland
polsky   
22 Jan 2010
Life / Reasons for moving to Poland [291]

considering:

news-poland.com/result/news/id/3849

Temperatures of -31 degrees in Poland in January 2010 are normal...

and

google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5iuijzpNUXxZjS0-3IWWyy5iwB yNg

As temperatures plunged to minus 25 degrees Celsius (minus 13 Fahrenheit) in Poland at the start of the year, the number of cold-related deaths rose to 122 so far this winter, police said.

to move to Poland is a gesture of pure and suicidal stupidity

polsky   
22 Jan 2010
Real Estate / Is there a Real Estate bubble in Krakow? [60]

instead of talking about the facts, you constantly just do personal attacks trying to avoid the FACTS. I posted here articles, studies, even the biggest PROPERTY PRICES WEBSITE in the world analyses.

People can see the truth everyday, they will not simply blindly believe your personal attacks just because you have thousands of posts (your whole life is this forum and intoxicating people with your opinions), because people are not blind and not stupid as you and the other developers want them to be.
polsky   
22 Jan 2010
Language / Polish was chosen the HARDEST LANGUAGE in the world to learn... :D [1541]

mafketis:
Polish is 'broken Russian'
I would not think of telling that to a Pole.However russian

People always get offended when they are told the hard truth straight in the face...

However polish is much more difficult than russian

The prononciation in russian is clear

In Polish... it is a ushushushuzywyzyzyzushsushsush incomprensible sounds
polsky   
22 Jan 2010
Real Estate / How do you comment on "Poland real estate analysis" of the biggest property site [24]

in poland the temperatures now are below - 30 degrees Celsius. MINUS 30 DEGREES CELSIUS yes like in SIBERIA.

In Siberia however it costs about 150 euros/sq.m. and apartment, and in Krakow, just about 50 times more expensive...

Only insane people and developers can brainwash you into throwing your money out the frozen window to buy in the POLAR COUNTRY...
polsky   
5 Jan 2010
Real Estate / Is there a Real Estate bubble in Krakow? [60]

quotes=Avalon As a builder, I can give you a some good reasons.

a) Even with 2,000.000 Poles working abroad, there is a need for some 3,000.000 new dwellings including those needed to replace exisiting defective housing stock.(Stats according to GUS 2004)

Finally you spill the beans and say that you are a builder yourself,
this is why you spam this forum with your fantasies.

This "need" for 3.000.000 new dwellings is COMPLETELY made up by you.

There nothing real about this. Thosands of new apartments
are unsold, and stay empty. 3.000.000 new dwellings needed?

Even little kids are laughing in your face.


b) Building costs for new apartments is around 2,000 to 3,000 PLN m2 (average quality to developers standard, I am not talking high end developments) excluding the cost of the land.

(not the 600 PLN m2 that the idiot Mark Biernat would have you believe)

That's again big time BS. We examplined all costs into building,
and total cost NEVER surpassed 1000 PLN/sq.m. built.

But of course a builder will lie for money everyday...


d) Wages/materials/fuel used in constructioin have been rising for the past 4 years and are not going down.

Another straight lie. Construction materials - for example iron and steel
last year have been going 4 times DOWN in price because of crisis.

How can you lie so much, without blinking Avalon?
Not everyone is an empty brain naive idiot who will buy any BS you make up here...


g) Financing a new project is going to cost more from the banks (if you can get them to lend to you) because of the ass-**le bankers.

So you don't do it even with your own money Avalon?
That's newspapers are full of situations / sitraight scams when developers
like you took the money from clients for a paper project, and then the "project"
went bankrupt... leaving only cheated banks and clients...


h) As a pre-condition to joining the EU, Poland has to adopt the euro

That is pure crap again Avalon.
Poland is in EU already since 2004, and we are in 2010 !

And if Poland will ever adopt the euro, it will be after 2015 !

Many countries are in EU like United Kingdom, Sweden, Norway and they will
probably NEVER adopt the euro.

You are so completely full of BS and lies.

Moderators should ban you from writing such crap over and over again.


I have spent most of my whole working life in construction so I hope this is the non-emotional response you wanted.
polsky   
4 Jan 2010
Real Estate / How do you comment on "Poland real estate analysis" of the biggest property site [24]

This forum is taken over unfortunately by developers and real estate agents. They convinced the mods to close down the two threads with the most posters (Property in Poland is collapsing in prices at high speeds) and they opened a bogus thread fake, about that the bubble inflated prices of Krakow (10.000 pln/sq.m.) and s on, which are higher than Berlin or Vienna, as not being at their highest point yet :) :rotfl: :lol:

While all experts agree on the orices going down in Polish real estate, these developers have nothing else better to do all day than sit on this forum and write BS...
polsky   
8 Nov 2009
Love / Polish girls attitudes towards sex. [568]

when u are serious southern, then everybody values your opinion and insights

when you are making fun, it's just white background noise...
polsky   
8 Nov 2009
Love / Polish girls attitudes towards sex. [568]

Different nationalities have different taboos.For example it is O.K. to ask a czech girl if she is shaved or not,but it is not O.K. to ask this to a russian girl.German girls also can talk about everything,they have no taboos(are like men in this regard).You can talk about any issue with them,there are no forbidden topics.

In your experience, what are the taboos for polish girls?
polsky   
27 Oct 2009
Real Estate / IS IT A GOOD TIME TO INVEST IN POLISH REAL ESTATE? [83]

The bubble didnt burst out YET in poland.

Berlin has an infrastructure and a railways system that Krakow will not have
even in the next 100 years.

Have you been to Berlin lately? You say that city is bankrupt? Maybe it is only the frustration in you speaking. Berlin has about 40 millions tourists each year,

and it is one of the best cities to live in from Europe.
It has low prices, it has great infrastructure, it has lowcost flights to anywhere
in the world.

Krakow will not be at Berlin's level not even in the next 150 years and you know this.

To compare Berlin with Krakow is like comparing Japan with Somalia.

Prices of apartments in Krakow are overinflated due to overspeculation and greed.
polsky   
27 Oct 2009
Love / Are Polish girls forced to marry by their parents? [33]

The most absurd was when I was asked by a polish girl to marry her and her friend.So much pressure.Unbelievable.

:) I think actually is truth.

frd
you start insulting without thinking. I am a girl.
polsky   
27 Oct 2009
Love / Woman 23, man 47 years old. What do you think about ? [162]

As men are usually very immature before they reach 40, actually if he is 47 and she is 23, it is a very good marriage.

If he would be 30 and she would be 23, then he would be TOO YOUNG for her.