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- California Split Levels- those are from the 70's and are everywhere.
- 50's style ramblers, just a rectangle-shaped house, one story.
- 3-story San Francisco style homes are hugely popular nowadays because they take up less ground space, they also call this Dutch-style.
- 40's Brick Bungalow's with one-car garages, usually two stories w/basement.
- Cookie Cutters of the 80's, 90's and 2000's...they are close together, not big yards (or lack yards), tight parking, every 3rd one looks alike, same paint colors, little landscape...and very generic.
Personally, I love the Tudors, Cape Cod, Colonials and Ranch. Next best are Craftsman and Victorian.
You are bad, and you need to be spanked. However i love your comments.
In the Northeast there are more Raised Ranches, and Center Hall Colonials than you can shake a stick at.
Reality check. NO ONE over the age of 18 is homeless for any reason other than personal choice. The End! Unless I missed your point, you 'feel' that all the people that worked and invested and ended up with bank stock in their retirement fund, IRA, etc., should just give up what they worked for so some other person doesn't have to learn basic life lessons. Did you know you are an idiot?
As well as a thief!