There's enough employers who went remote-friendly that I think that won't be a concern for quite some time, especially in tech. And with the omicron fears delaying or rolling back in-office plans, we probably haven't seen the last of the mass transition to permanent remote work yet, either.The real coup, of course, is a high income in a LCOL area. I get the appeal of arbitraging a WFH situation to transport a coastal salary to middle America, but I'd be paranoid about being able to replace that income if the job became untenable or my employer pulled a Yahoo and forced everyone back to the office.
Love it Nick!!!!Exactly. Everyone agrees on the definition of HCOL, but everyone has a different idea of what defines HQOL. Certainly not necessarily identical, nor necessarily mutually exclusive. I live in one of the poorest/cheapest counties in the country, but woke up this morning to watching a buck chasing does in my front yard. Hard to beat nature for QOL.
Koons Ford Silver Spring is selling at MSRP plus the standard $500 Dealer Fee they put on all contracts. I was 4th by time and for some reason was bumped up to 3rd on the priority list (probably someone wanted to wait to order).Just got mine as well. I thought I was safe at 16… I might take a look at Maryland dealerships(any recs?) but I may just hold steady and hope the tax credit continues long enough.