Thursday, April 16, 2009

you can totally afford this


I guess the definition of "affordable" depends a lot on your income. Thanks, Jennifer.

7 comments:

Chris Bennett said...

You CAN totally afford it, since there aren't actually any houses there to buy.

jln* said...

actually, in this case the quotes are pretty accurate. just not sure the author realized it.

Eric Matney said...

Indeed, that's about three times the cost of new houses around here!

T Pea said...

Holy cow, where was this picture taken? Low $600s? Affordable? Yeeesh.

Jerod Poore said...

As there appears to be neither a house built nor anything required for a functional subdivision (e.g. roads, power lines), those implicit three zeros may no longer apply.

$610.00 for a plot in an undeveloped subdivision? I have no clue if that's a good investment or not. I don't think it's 'affordable' to supply your own infrastructure.

AE said...

Love how 600 is possessive- it's 600s, not 600's.

Melvin said...

Nice to see this post...
thanks for sharing........
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