2025 American Liberty Gold Coin and Silver Medal Candidate Designs Unveiled

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The United States Mint unveiled an array of possible designs for the 2025 American Liberty Gold Coin and Silver Medal. The portfolio of line art images included 28 obverse and 22 reverse candidates.

Examples of 2025 American Liberty Candidate Designs
A few examples from the several dozen candidate designs for the 2025 American Liberty Gold Coin and Silver Medal

Introduced in 2015, the U.S. Mint’s American Liberty program is distinguished by its distinctive design approach: the obverses feature modern interpretations of Liberty, while the reverses depict eagles. Within its lineup, the Mint’s series presents gold coins paired with companion silver medals, both boasting identical designs, with the medal notably lacking the standard inscriptions mandated for coins.

The gold coins have been produced at the West Point Mint, struck in 24k or .9999 fine gold, have a denomination of $100, and weigh 1 troy ounce, except for 2018 when the Mint issued a smaller 1/10-ounce, $10 gold coin. The silver medals, on the other hand, have been minted at the San Francisco Mint in 1 troy ounce of .999 fine silver, except in 2019 when a larger 2.5 troy ounce medal was released.

The plans for the 2025-dated coin and medal involve adhering to the conventional 1-ounce specifications for each.

Obverse 2025 American Liberty Candidate Designs

U.S. Mint images of all 28 obverse candidate designs follow.

2025 American Liberty Gold Coin Candidate Designs - Obverses 1C-6C
2025 American Liberty Gold Coin Candidate Designs – Obverses 1C-6C
2025 American Liberty Gold Coin Candidate Designs - Obverses 7C-12C
2025 American Liberty Gold Coin Candidate Designs – Obverses 7C-12C
2025 American Liberty Gold Coin Candidate Designs - Obverses 13C-18C
2025 American Liberty Gold Coin Candidate Designs – Obverses 13C-18C
2025 American Liberty Gold Coin Candidate Designs - Obverses 19C-24C
2025 American Liberty Gold Coin Candidate Designs – Obverses 19C-24C
2025 American Liberty Gold Coin Candidate Designs - Obverses 25C-27C
2025 American Liberty Gold Coin Candidate Designs – Obverses 25C-27C

Reverse 2025 American Liberty Candidate Designs

U.S. Mint images of all 22 reverse candidate designs follow.

2025 American Liberty Gold Coin Designs - Reverses 1C-6C
2025 American Liberty Gold Coin Candidate Designs – Reverses 1C-6C
2025 American Liberty Gold Coin Designs - Reverses 7C-13C
2025 American Liberty Gold Coin Candidate Designs – Reverses 7C-13C
2025 American Liberty Gold Coin Designs - Reverses 14C-19C
2025 American Liberty Gold Coin Candidate Designs – Reverses 14C-19C
2025 American Liberty Gold Coin Designs - Reverses 20C-23C
2025 American Liberty Gold Coin Candidate Designs – Reverses 20C-23C

The above candidate designs were reviewed by the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee (CCAC) on April 16 and the Commission of Fine Arts (CFA) on April 18. In an upcoming article, CoinNews will delve into the recommendations put forth by the CCAC and CFA.

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CaliSkier

Forgive me? So why is it, that when artists design coins or medals for the military, the artists seem to follow a more stringent, traditional, strong and appealing image? Often stunning designs are rendered, yet when we design new images to portray American “Liberty”, which the military defends, we go with cartoonish images, using tag art or font, typically reserved for “Concert” flyers, posters, murals or parades? IMO they both should get and deserve, strong images that evoke a feeling of something besides Saturday morning cartoons, a psychedelic concert or rave? Just saying… Have I finally gotten “old” or become… Read more »

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Major D

Is it just me, or does Liberty seem to be getter hotter? As in AML-01-O-01-C, for example, but c’mon with “man-hands”?

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REB

Agreed. Maybe liberty is so hard to do because we rarely think about it. It occupies the “short periods” between thinking about war. Might explain why the military coins are better conceived and drawn.

Craig

I think we need to see a Lady Liberty with some nice tattoos on her. C’mon man, this is the 21st century after all and there’s nothing classier than a strong female with tattoos all over her body. Right? Since the mint isn’t pressing anything that I’m interested in, I’ve been picking up some CC Morgans in MS65 grade. Back to basics.

Major D

that would open up the floodgates

no-regrets
Antonio

And a nose ring.

CaliSkier

Speaking of graded or “labeled” coins? WOW, WOW, & MORE WOW!!! FUN with Numbers! I’m probably mistaken,’as usual, however I may have found the coin with the most,”Die Varieties”(labels) all time? I could be off by a couple as I only counted once. The 2021Type I American Silver Eagle(Regular Strike) has 255, yes TWO HUNDRED fifty five different labels/Die varieties(???) listed. That is absolutely crazy IMO. Whoa! Also 176K+ and counting grading at 70, with only, 32.6K getting the death nail of 69, owned by obviously, non-dealer/bulk submitters. Only a few bucks separates the 2, however on the price guide.… Read more »

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Dave SWFL

Weirdest set of designs I can recall! Hands, wings, cartoon figures, Cyber truck look, 1960s throwbacks, etc.
It will be interesting to see what they recommend.
Do we pay for all these designs to be developed? Seems to be a boatload of them.

John Q. Coinage

Dave, I thought it was me they stink. Makes you realize what a piece of art the Buffalo nickel is….

Major D

Why is it that all of the coin design graphics use a gradation of grays and blacks all the way up to jet black, when the actual coin is one monotone shade of gold or silver?

Mark In Florida

Man, those designs are UG-LEE!

chuck

Mark,
At first glance, thought the eagle was being replaced with a “sick” bat i.e. (AML-02-R-02-C). Big disappointment from the one issued in 2021.

E 1

AML-08-R-15-C is my only favorite of them all and I truly like it.

AML-02-02-C Looks like it came off the side of an MTA rail car. Sure to inspire more taggers. They will love that one in East LA.

AML-16-R-23-C Must have come from Haight Ashbury or a Hendrix fan. Even the Eagle looks stoned. Stick a doobie in his beak to make the message pop.

AML-08-0-15/16-C Really? WTf…

The rest of them aren’t worth the key strokes.
 

Major D

LOL good ones! My only criticism of AML-08-R-15-C is that there is a lot of open/blank field, which might have the effect of making the eagle look small on the actual coin. Perhaps a faded majestic background perspective/scenery would help?

E 1

Major D,

The AML-08-R-15-C has no social messaging and the wings of the eagle have a great deal of detail. Simple and beautiful. I myself find the open fields desirable, since most of our coins have become cluttered cluster Fs that try to tell too much of a story or try to change history. I think we should stick to the Flags, Eagles, Buffalos, Liberty Bells, Coat of Arms, Presidential Seals, and the true renderings of the Statue of Liberty. But, this is just my opinion and I am just one of many.

Cheers

FViia

Agree.

sharks2th

A couple of the designs look like real art work. The rest were done by a select 5th grade class taught by a former hippie teacher…

SmallPotatos

I agree they look like poor drawings from grade school. Is this the best we can do? For me, there were only two, marginally, obverse designs that were of any note.

Major D

Finding out just now- somehow, I missed that it is National Coin Week April 21-27, 2024. and no one baked me a cake!

AKBob

Good Day ALL, I received my last 23 submissions back in the mail today. I posted the grades on a previous Post but I’ll give them again. All 23 were 2021 Peace Silver Dollars, 13 – MS70 and 10 – MS69. All but two are First Strike, Flag Labels. The two that aren’t First Strikes were not eligible. So I requested the Gold Shield label, so guess what, I got the boring regular blue label Here we go AGAIN!!! Plus I still haven’t heard back from PCGS about the signed COA I got with one of my 2019 S Enhanced… Read more »

Major D

AKBob, I’m sorry to hear of your experience. I’ve contemplated sending out my first batch of coins for grading but haven’t done so yet and haven’t decided on which company to use. Is PCGS preferred over NGC and others for price or market value of the label?

John Q. Coinage

Major PCGS is usually considered top dog, NGC close but PCGs does command higher prices for many items. CAC is now slabbing coins, nice pricing, US only @ present. I have some to send in just kinda leery. Maybe walk thru @ next big show. Coin week, isn’t it great how the Mint Ventris promoted it, coin publications and website….uh no they didn’t

MarkInFlorida

They are in it to make money, not to make you happy. Some day they will figure out that the two are related.

Major D

This is completely unrelated to everything, but still dealing with coins. The attached photo shows two types of Lincoln cent boxes picked up from two different banks at two separate times (each was sealed $25/ 50 rolls). The one on the left with holes has been searched, whereas the one on the right has not. I can emphatically say this because this is the fourth time I’ve received the holes type over the course of a year- and each time it has produced zero copper. I will not accept another one of this type. Whereas the one on the right… Read more »

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Rick

Oct of ’23 I ordered my usual 4 boxes and they were the view boxes. The teller brought them out from the back. As I grabbed them I could see my reflection staring back at me–pure BU plated Zinc. I reluctantly took them home. Out of 10,000 cents I got 1 copper lolol. And 3 toned zinc!..But a nice voucher for Chilis from the Cointar machine!. In Nov I went back and insisted that they view the holes to find brown cents, not shiny red ones–so they reluctantly went to the back. They came out with the solid/non veiw boxes… Read more »

Mike Petraitis

I went to my bank and got two boxes of pennies went through them and got a total of 50 wheat cents.

Rick

That’s unusually high. A typical circulated box will yield me just 3-5 Wheats. Your batch might have come from the the Holiday cash outs of Dec & Jan. Possibly Grandad’s jar in his Den was dumped also.

E 1

Art Qua Art. Latin for “Pure Art.”

Now these are real designs. Serious designs. Designs that take your breath away. Designs of a lifetime. The greatest gift to receive in life is beauty and these designs are beautiful.

Cheers

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Rick

Solid. Together they remind me of the old westerns–Days gone by…
Get ready for the resurgence of Flower Power. It’s coming down the pike imo…

Coinwatcher

That Bronco is appropriate right now. We’re in for a rough ride. https://www.usmint.gov/learn/artists

REB

Agreed.

Coinwatcher

WHAT? Did the artists at the Mint have a collective stroke or something? I don’t say this lightly, but this is disgraceful. Some of them are passable. Most of them wouldn’t win honorable mention at a county fair “draw a coin on paper with a crayon” contest. I have never done this before, but this is such a step down from the mixed bag we usually see that I went to the Mint’s website to see who the artists are. There are a ton of them. https://www.usmint.gov/learn/artists Each listed artist has a page, and at the bottom, a list of… Read more »

MarkInFlorida

I haven’t looked yet, but I wonder if the quality is related to DEI hires.

Major D

why dance around the bush?- just say whatever fill-in-the-blank minority you don’t like Mark.

Coinwatcher

Doesn’t have to be racist to think that hiring people on the basis of anything other than merit is pretty stupid.

There are so many cartoonists and comic book artists in there.

Major D

What’s the opposite of DEI? Homogeneity, Inequality, Exclusion. It may not be racist, but I’d say it’s bigoted to throw DEI out there as a bogeyman for anything you don’t like- even if meant to be funny. And DEI applies to women, like the artists who designed the bucking bronco and the bristlecone pine designs that you like. It’s fine to not like the designs, and I don’t like a lot them as well, but why suggest this is about DEI, really?

Major D

women are considered minorities in the business world, and most DEI programs start with gender.

Coinwatcher

To be fair, I didn’t say a word about DEI. I said these designs are appallingly bad and I stand by that.

It’s great that the designers of those coins (bronco and bristlecone) are women. They are obviously very talented women. I don’t know and don’t care about the identities, ethnicities, gender expressions, politics, or religions of the designers, although I do agree that diversity of perspective (and artistic background) is a worthy goal.

These. Designs. Are. Bad. These designers did a bad job.

That’s my comment.

Major D

Yes, I was responding to MarkInFlorida, and then to your comment about “Doesn’t have to be racist” which I took to be in support. I agree about most of the designs being bad.

Coinwatcher

Ah, I understand where we lost the thread. No, I’m all for diversity. I just don’t think that diversity necessarily means better quality. I may be out of touch (check it: I know I’m out of touch and probably have been for twenty five years) but I think that quality is more important. Like I said, I don’t give a hoot if a woman, man, trans person, black, white, Asian, indigenous, LGBTQ, any identity or sexuality or ethnicity or gender designed the bristlecone. I just want my coins and medals that I collect to be beautiful, serious, and dignified. I… Read more »

REB

Like.

Darek

especially the ones which were born with balls lol

REB

Agreed. I’m just glad I was born a white guy. I’ve been able to skate through life with little worries about women, people of color, CRT, DEI, LBGTQ+, marxism, communism, or any other boogeyman. I thank white Jesus every day that I look just like him. Perhaps the Mint should produce a white Jesus dollar.

Mark In Florida

The opposite of DEI is Merit. The best and the brightest. You can either pick the most diverse team or the most talented team. The most talented team might be diverse or it might not. But you should focus on quality.

Salivate Metal

Mark In Florida nailed it! Merit is what matters, not color of skin or social identity. DEI is a poison and by it’s very definition and racist and exclusionary policy. The Mint is VERY proud of DEI if you read the annual report. It’s sickening.

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EOE and DEI has caused our work force to become an assemblage of posers. Unqualified workers who fake it to make it. If a poser runs into a problem, they fake it. Then they fake it again. When things get sideways, they blame someone else who is real or they quit because they have no significant investment in their career. Also, if your grandfather was a machinist, your father was a machinist, and you want to be a machinist – good luck. That transfer of generational expertise has been halted by these programs. The most qualified person for the job… Read more »

REB

I disagree with most of this. It’s not at all what I’ve observed. The only part I agree with is the attacking of teachers by stupid people with an agenda.

Rick

I’m going to agree with your comment on the teachers. My daughter, a 26 year old outsider. A teacher with her Master’s already is clearly mindful of her enemy within –The Teachers Union and their never ending shenanigans. Most disturbing is that she’s been attacked by very, very stupid people with an agenda–just for wearing a Red Hat–A plain Red Hat…

Mark In Florida

I don’t dislike any minority, I just think decisions should be based on merit, not diversity. Do you want the best brain surgeon to operate on you, or one who got in to fill a quota? Ben Carson is a great neurosurgeon. Not everyone getting into medical schools these days is so talented.

REB

But … how many smart minority kids are never given the opportunity to be great neurosurgeons because the medical school accepts a quota of children born to well-heeled white graduates? It seems to me that merit is less important than the time-honored system of white privilege protecting itself. Meritocracy be damned in our world of favoring people born on third base.

East Coast Guru

I would like them to do the Buffalo busting through the fence in high relief. That’s my favorite. They have a few eagle reverses I like which would pair very nicely.

REB

Completely agree.

P.S. – Coinsnews, is it possible to add a LIKE feature to the comments section? I feel awkward sometimes responding with “I agee”, “Agreed”, “Yep”, “Yes”, “Right On”, “Cool”, “Awesome”, “Yeparino”, “You are correct, sir”, etc.

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SmallPotatos

I agree
🙂

CaliSkier

For those in amazement of the diversity and variety of artwork submitted, you may or may not recall? US Mint: “What is the Call for Artists and the AIP?” “The United States Mint is seeking professional artists to join our Artistic Infusion Program (AIP) via a Call for Artists. The AIP is a pool of talented American artists who enrich and invigorate our Nation’s coins and medals through the development of specialized designs.” “Artists are expected to distill a program’s design theme to its essence, representing these complicated subjects on a very small palette. Whether a particular AIP artist’s work… Read more »

CaliSkier

Many or most probably missed this tidbit as well? Try and not be so triggered, if possible Major D. It is what it is, I didn’t invent, nor perpetuate any of how things have progressed or come to be. Doesn’t mean I do or don’t like it, I’m just along for the ride like the rest of y’all. US Mint by Jill Westeyn, 2/12/24: “Leading the Way” “Director Gibson will accept the award at the BBA’s 21st annual Salute to Black Women Business Conference, Vendor Faire & Awards Luncheon held on March 23 in Los Angeles. She will have the… Read more »

Major D

Whoa, CaliSkier. I’d hardly say that a one sentence response to a DEI jab is being so triggered.

CaliSkier

On topic, whoa! LOL Here is the Mints synopsis on “Liberty” over the years. A time line from origins, to present: “The Evolution of Liberty on Coins” At the conclusion Stephanie Meredith(1/3/24), asks: “What will liberty evolve into next? Apparently, a really good chance Liberty evolves into a “Sunflower, w/bee”. I’m terrible at times with imagery and reading into the meaning or interpretations. So it’ll be interesting for me to read the write up/description, on what is meant and how the flower and bee are representative of “Liberty”. Link below to Stephanie’s article at the USM if interested.
https://www.usmint.gov/news/inside-the-mint/evolution-of-liberty-on-coins

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American Liberty Coin . I have always wondered why we don’t put the American Eagle on the obverse on our coins. Australia has been putting their Wedge Tail Eagle on the obverse of their coins for a while now. The American Bald Eagle is synonymous with American Freedom – Free as a Bird – Free Bird – Superior in Flight. Freedom is what separates us from our communists’ adversaries. I don’t see this message on our coins today and yet it is sacrosanct to our core values. Maybe it is time to change it up a bit – put an… Read more »

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Major D

E 1, I’m a fan of the bald eagle, too. Canada has also depicted on many of its coins.

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E 1

Major D,

Cool… Is that the Obverse or the Reverse?

E 1

No social irritation there.

CaliSkier

Since a couple chimed in, better late than never? Tomorrow concludes National Coin Week, thanks US Mint for your acknowledgment! Oh yeah, it’s not even on their radar as they are too busy doling out pay raises and vacation time for all. From the ANA: “National Coin Week “A Hobby for a Changing World — 100 Years and Counting” April 21-27, 2024” https://www.money.org/national-coin-week/ PS Thanks Ventris Gibson and the US Mint for being, “On top of it”! LOL BTW This is the 100th year Anniversary Of National Coin Week. Nah, not an important enough milestone, to actually “Highlight” or recognize,… Read more »

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Dennis

This is the worst group of designs yet. Most are so bad that they could never be coined. The one Eagle 03-R-04 looks like they took the swastika off the breast plate. Most are cartoon-ish or look like an amateur tattoo.

REB

“The one Eagle 03-R-04 looks like they took the swastika off the breast plate.”

I thought the same thing.

Tony@GA

Agreed! Some of these eagles look like a Mexican Liberdad!! And to E1 – not being ugly or controversial but in regards to Eagles and Freedoms – we all will do well to remember that approximately half of our country are not into freedom so called but lean into socialism and Marxism and I am not sure what the symbol for that is. And moving along – there are some subtle jabs here imho – ie: the Eagle breaking the chain – What does the chain represent? Nice graphics but the symbolism is in questionable. Perhaps it all stems from… Read more »

Major D

Half of our country Tony@GA? Let me guess what half you think. Meanwhile your half is into supporting fascism, dictators and would-be dictators. And you call that freedom? Give me a break.

REB

Like.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Major D and REB,
Every time you think it’s safe to go back into the water…

Coinman

Agreed Sir Kaiser. Welcome back. Missed your sensible wit.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Coinman,
Thank you kindly for the warm and thoughtful greeting! Very much appreciated!

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Coinwatcher

Wild guess. The chains represent the British Empire.

It’s poorly drawn, but it’s not that confusing.

I agree on the “let’s just be people,” and while we’re at it, let’s include “right” and “left” in that, hmmm? Let’s agree that these designs are bad and not assume it’s because the artists are ethically diverse.

Coinwatcher

Ethnically, I meant. I don’t know about their ethics, obviously.

E 1

The American Liberty Gold Coins have had upward price appreciation over the years and are still available on the secondary market. Great looking coins.

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2023 Cypress Tree:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/385971175827

https://www.ebay.com/itm/326094956513

https://www.ebay.com/itm/285440430284

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2021 Bronco:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/126425823023

https://www.ebay.com/itm/176021836080

https://www.ebay.com/itm/196364829398

Rick

Ouch, I bit my tongue a couple of times tonight! Kudos Self !!

E 1

Ask Google what “Liberty” means? FREEDOM liberty noun (FREEDOM) The freedom to live as you wish or go where you want: For most citizens, liberty means the freedom to practice their religious or political beliefs. Liberty, a state of freedom, especially as opposed to political subjection, imprisonment, or slavery. Its two most generally recognized divisions are political and civil liberty. a: the power to do as one pleases. b. : freedom from physical restraint. c. : freedom from arbitrary or despotic control. Etymology. From Middle English liberte, from Old French liberté, from Latin libertas (“freedom”), from liber (“free”); see liberal.… Read more »

Rick

Darn, I just bit my tongue again! I’ll see if I can spit something out before I carry on.. I’ll be away until tonight, why?
Tony & Mark. I’m passing through Ringgold, GA as we speak–driving and on my way to Orlando on business. It’s a Beautiful part of America. It is my hope, that myself–A Proud Deplorable from CO is welcomed by the many, many Deplorables in your Great States. Wish me luck!

REB

Good luck.

E 1

Iconic American symbols of Freedom: Artistic . A giant American grizzly bear standing on his hind two legs in the Rockies…..Free as can be. . The Mercury Freedom 7 capsule free falling upright to earth before the chute deploys….with the “Freedom” insignia clearly visible on the side of the capsule and the American flag below “Freedom.” Just like in real life. . A professional female figure skater carrying the American flag on her awards lap. Or in other moves – just a simple isolated stand alone arched back spin….beautiful. . A catamaran sail boat on its outer rail at full… Read more »

REB

Like.

Tony@GA

Love , love and love the horse crossing the finish line. This coming weekend is the 150th Kentucky Derby at iconic Churchill Downs.

What a great country we all live in…. Would be a fantastic coin!

E 1

Tony,

One of my Favorites….

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E 1

“Catching Freedom” wins the 2024 Kentucky Derby.

$5M in prize money and a betting odds payout 8 to 1.

To Freedom!

Cheers

E 1

Well, that turned out to be a bad bet. The power of positive thinking did not pay.

Chit

Michael

As a freelance graphic designer I appreciate the designs for what they are. That said, I feel the best choice would be AML-12-O-24-C (Liberty Seated creating her self) paired with AML-11-R-17-C (Eagle and ribbon).

CaliSkier

Another one bites the dust! “US regulators seize troubled lender Republic First, sell it to Fulton Bank” Excerpt and link to Reuters. “The decision marks the latest U.S. regional bank failure following the unexpected collapses of three lenders – Silicon Valley and Signature in March 2023 and First Republic in May.” Buckle up, we’re in for a bumpy ride!

https://www.reuters.com/business/finance/us-regulators-set-seize-republic-first-bancorp-wsj-reports-2024-04-26/

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REB

There’s some wacky “no money down” financing going on here in SC with new build developments. $500,000 homes for free? What could possibly go wrong with that? Plus, packaging of mortgage “securities” for resell continues apace. Did we learn anything from 2008?

Major D

REB, homebuilders will use whatever tools they can to sell new homes. They can only build so many specs before running out of cashflow, and must have sales to sustain the business so I can’t fault them too much. And many of the bigger ones have their own financing/mortgage companies, so there’s that. I wouldn’t quite say that homes are for free even if “no money down” bc the buyer is still paying the closing costs, PMI and possibly discount points– so they’re in it with out-of-pocket money but buying provides the opportunity to build equity vs. renting. It’s a… Read more »

REB

Yeah, I don’t know the answer to the homeowner/house renter conundrum. An additional problem I see is houses bought for short-term rentals. That gobbles up a lot of potentially available housing. Also, starter homes (2 bedroom/one bath) don’t seem to be getting built anymore. Everyone’s got to have a house with at least 3-4 bedrooms & 3-3.5 baths whether they need it or not. Weirdly, I’ve heard the cicadas but I’ve only seen one or two. Usually, when there’s a spike in activity, you see them everywhere. I guess they’ve improved their stealth game since their last invasion. P.S. –… Read more »

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Chris Terp

Looks like a lot of AI these “artist” may have used to create these designs.

Most are: “U G L Y you ain’t got no alibi”

Only a few look good.

John Q. Coinage

Mint has a large tagged base I presume, or assume…