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When did the dream house turn into a debtors' prison? When did "buying land" start to mean, "going underwater?" Once upon a time in America, keeping ...
When did the dream house turn into a debtors' prison? When did "buying land" start to mean, "going underwater?" Once upon a time in America, keeping up with the Joneses used to mean every family could own their own home free and clear. As time went on, people started buying younger and younger, they invested less and less up front, they wanted more and more built-in conveniences, and they extended their mortgages longer and longer. Before the next generation could realize it, they had become lifetime slaves in homes that were their own and yet not their own. That's the thirty- and forty-year mortgage; a lifetime career of indentured servitude.
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