>The Inland Empire is a mecca of affordable homes but has a relatively
>weak job base, causing heavy traffic across suburban county lines.
How much cheaper is Corona/Norco housing than El Toro or whatever's Right
Next To The Spectrum (and its parking lot of extraordinary magnitude)?
$150K? So, $150K/30 years is $5K/yr, and at 250 working days*, it's about
$20/day for 2.6 hours of commute.
That doesn't seem like a good tradeoff at all, and we're externalizing gas,
insurance, depreciation, and the chance to spend a significant portion
(>10%) of one's life on the 91 or related freeway.
Is my math off? Or is this GIGO? Would it make more sense if I compared
* anyone have good pointers to how many days/year a feudal villager would be
expected to work on the demesne lands instead of his own strips?