One reason I hate California

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You see here two Californian 'houses'. These two are actually remarkably dissimilar for two houses in one subdivision. As you can see, the two houses are both touching the property line, and their eaves actually hang over the other yard. You might think, "Well, these are small and cramped lots. They're probably not very expensive." If you thought that, you're not from California. My guess is these two houses are each "worth" (note the quotation marks) over $700,000. They build houses on lots less than a tenth of an acre, and still have the balls to advertise "big yards". Also note, that a subdivision containing over 120 houses is usually built in a year. How well do you think they're constructed?

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