Nice house or nice car?

Australia
February 8, 2007 2:58pm CST
I know some people who live in very small, ugly houses but have really nice cars, and vice versa. If you could choose to live in a nice house and have a bomby car, or live in a small, not so luxurious house but have a nice car, what would you choose?
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13 responses
@cream97 (29166)
• United States
9 Mar 10
Hi, coffeeshot. I would prefer to have a nice house and a decent car, it would suit me just fine.
@urbandekay (18312)
9 Mar 10
I have a beautiful Land Rover Defender and I think my home is beautiful too. all the best urban
• Australia
16 Feb 07
at the moment nice car. u like my fullysic au falcon. nice isnt it. i one day hope to trade it in for somesort of ferrar. testarossa or 355 spider
@Hwuechi (22)
• United States
16 Feb 07
house
@missyd79 (3438)
• United States
13 Feb 07
i would rather to have a nice house, because right now i live in a trailer and yes it is nice, but i need something a little bigger and i want my own land. i have a fairly nice car because my car was about to poop out on me so last october i got a used jeep liberty.
@mr_ular (842)
• Malaysia
12 Feb 07
I rather to choose to have a nice house. This where that we living. Nice house means u can live it with ya family there.I bet many of us live in a house then live in car:) As for me, i need a car too, but nice house is more important.
@moirax23 (317)
• Malta
9 Feb 07
Much rather a house.. I really dont car about the car as long as the wheels turn! haha
• India
9 Feb 07
Well I prefer to be neutral. I would definitely want a nice house and a nice car. It does not mean that the car and the house have to be very expensive. I would buy both. I'll keep in mind what i need and how much money i have to spend on these so as not to diturb my budget. Buying a mid segment car and a house in a decent locality is fine. It does not matter if the car is small, if it is maintained well then it would look as good as any other luxurious car. And a small house which is done up well and kept neat and tidy is as good as a lavish bunglow. It should suit your comfort.
@freak369 (4989)
• United States
9 Feb 07
Why not have both and spring for one of those posh RV's that cost $800,000? Some of them are nicer than hotel rooms, have full kitchens, king sized beds, an annex that slides out the side, wireless internet access and all the perks of a home only it's mobile. The first million I make here at myLot (everyone join me for a hearty laugh on that one) that's what I am buying.
@34momma (13895)
• United States
8 Feb 07
for me it's a no brainer! i would live in a very nice house. a house is where you live and spend time, creat memories. you don't do any of that in a car.
@jmcafam (2891)
• United States
8 Feb 07
I would much rather have a nice house. A house is something you have to live in and a car just gets you around.
8 Feb 07
I don't have a car but I do own my own house. I would love to have a car again, but I can't afford it at the moment, and I would much rather be investing in my mortgage and have a house at the end of it than buying a car that will eventually break down and I will have to get rid of it.
@reaperz (1266)
• United States
8 Feb 07
rather a house....