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Are most of the houses in the suburbs really owner occupied

All the mausoleum like calm is broken only by the occasional dog walker and work on the properties, like gutter cleaning, painting or lawn "care" at extreme decibels - and this began years ago before covid-Is the population always at work?
Graylight · 46-50, F Best Comment
I have a theory on Celebration next to Kissimmee. It's a real-life Stepford town and no one there is real to begin with. The streets are all winding because they take interminably lost drivers and turn them into new "residents." If you've ever been, you know.
Graylight · 46-50, F
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Thatguy33 · 31-35, M
It kind of depends on the socioeconomics of the community. Lower income suburbs would probably have more residents who rent.
TheBannibalOne · 61-69, M
It does seem like they are always at work.
Do not forget the grass cutting and leaf blowing.
Vittoria · 61-69, F
Yes, they are. It's in the cities that many properties are not. That's been the case since the 1950s.
REMsleep · 41-45, F
They are in the house usually. People don't really go outside anymore.
sunsporter1649 · 70-79, M
You really prefer this in your neighborhood?

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