View Poll Results: What is the income level of your neighborhood?
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October 7th, 2008 12:27 AM
Poor is relative to the location and economy my friend. I'm poor by Northern Virginia standards, but 30 miles west and I'm filthy rich.
Originally Posted by Derrin33
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October 7th, 2008 10:20 AM
I wish I knew what book I read it in- it was one my Mom was reading (she's a teacher), but I always thought I was "rich" until I read it. There were a few different criteria, but the one that hit me was the reference to food. It said lower class people discriminate between quantities of food- the more the better. Middle class people are concerned with quality of food- they eat at the finest restaurants in town. The upper class, however, know the best restaurants in Paris, Rome, Tokyo . . . and frequent them regularly.
Originally Posted by Tubby45
So, from that I would say the middle class own homes from roughly 250k-5M.
But, one thing I learned from doing mission work in Mexico is that being "rich" has nothing to do with how much money you have. I met countless families in pallet and cardboard houses with a dirt floor that had much more joy in their lives than some of the suburbanites here.
"Lord, help me to be the person my dog thinks I am."
October 7th, 2008 12:23 PM
I voted lower-middle class. We live in an older neighborhood, most homes built in the early 1960's. Some of the homes qualify as middle-middle, but probably now a few more as lower-middle. It's hard to pick just where to put the classification.
Originally Posted by packinnova
Packinnova, you're right about location and economy. My brother living in the Boise, Idaho area was sent by his company to the L.A. area of California for a few years. He paid a lot more for housing while he was there. Luckily, he received a housing allowance. His home in Boise was nicer and larger, but would sell for MUCH less than price of his place there.
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