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When my parents were just a little older than me they had a hard time finding a good job They could not find a well-paying job to save their life They went back to college and changed their major to something more realistic to succeed in the real world At last they both found well-paying jobs and have been living just fine ever since To get a good house someone would need to have a good job They need a good job so they have enough money to pay for the house while being able to put food on the table The job determines what type of house someone can purchase Houses can be classified in three different ways such as mansions bungalows and public homesThe first type of house is the mansion The mansion is a large multi-storied home that is usually luxurious To get a mansion someone would need a job that has an income of half a million dollars a year or more Most likely mansions are owned by celebrities sports players lawyers doctors CEOs or high ranked politicians In this century the biggest homes are owned by celebrities and sports players who get paid millions of dollars a year Mansions are usually in secluded places or on the outskirts of town unless the owners live in high class areas such as Los Angeles Chicago San Francisco Washington DC Philadelphia and Boston Cities like these are not very populated by middle class residentsThe second type of house is the bungalow A bungalow is a simple one-leveled home normally with a basement and is made for the middle class Although there is no specific income definition for the middle class they usually make 40000-100000 Because of the bungalows size it is realistically affordable for just about anyone that gets paid 35000 a year or more Most bungalows range in price anywhere from 65000-120000 One level and two leveled homes are typically owned by
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