posted on Sep, 17 2009 @ 04:25 PM
I saw a news clip on youtube and then a news segement on my local news that prices are decreasing. Is this only in certian areas? I have not seen it
here as of yet? Is this going to happen soon?
Does this mean in a year I will be able to afford a two bedroom top of the line apartment?
I am trying to find some legitimate sources to either confirm or deny this. Is inflation right around the corner under the guise of negative
inflation. I have been thinking of this for a long time.
What if this inoformation is there just to distract us further? If prices are decreasing then why are utlities increasing.
I have seen gas prices decrease and some food prices but that isn't a basis for decreasing inflation.
How do I get a good source?
What are prices like in your area?
In Kansas City
The average market rate apartment is 600 for one bedroom. (this up from 2008 when the average price was 500.)
Gas is $2.30/gallon
bread is a $2/loaf
milk is $3/gallon
monthly electric bill for a one bedroom is $80.
a decent car is $200/month
I know inflation is based upon other factors but my point is that prices are not decreasing and I want to prove it somehow.