I have always wondered what would happen if I bought a house and built it for $100,000.
What would I do with the money?
What if I had to wait years for my dream house to come up?
My first instinct was to go back to school to get a better job.
But now, after spending more than $300,000, I am thinking about buying a house.
What are my options?
What about the environment?
The reality is that, in many parts of the world, people are struggling to pay the mortgage and utilities while working hard to survive.
For example, in Bangladesh, the average monthly salary is $100 a month, according to the World Bank, which projects that the average rural household will earn $7,000 per month by 2020.
In a country where about 80 percent of the population lives below the poverty line, this is a major problem.
People in rural areas face huge challenges, such as living on less than $1 a day, finding enough to eat, and paying for water and sewerage, says Mohammad S. Azim, director of the Bangladesh Rural Development Institute.
The country’s government has set up a national fund for those who want to purchase a house, but there is no easy way to get financing.
So, as a result, many people who have saved up enough money for a down payment are living on small loans.
The average price of a home in the U.S. is $1.5 million, according the National Association of Realtors, which puts it at a bit over $2 million.
Even though it is more affordable than the $2.5-million average, many in the rural area have little to no savings.
And when you add the cost of living to the fact that there are no jobs and no affordable land, it is not difficult to imagine the frustration of those who have to live on just a dollar a day.
There is a clear disconnect between the expectations people have of living in the urban environment and the reality of living on the land.
The National Association for Realtor reports that most of the homes sold in the city market have been bought for between $2,000 and $4,000—an average of about $100 per square foot.
According to the Realtress, about one-quarter of the country’s houses are being bought for more than that.
This is partly because many rural communities are under-developed, and because the majority of the land in the country is in agricultural production.
According the RealtyTrac report, there are fewer than 1,000 commercial properties in the United States.
In many rural areas, the only source of income is from the farming community, which is usually limited to the small communities of families who depend on the farming land for their livelihoods.
And many of the people who own the land are small farmers who sell their products to other small farmers and small businesses.
In the U, the median annual income for a farmer in rural America is about $1,000 a year, according a report by the Rural Economy Institute.
While some rural areas have high unemployment rates, this does not mean that the rural community is under-represented in the population.
In fact, the population is more diverse than the average.
The number of rural residents has increased by more than 10 percent since 2010, the report found.
But it is a fact that many people in rural communities struggle to survive in their homes and are still struggling to find work, according Toom Baba, vice president of the National Rural Association of America.
“In some parts of our country, if you have a family of four, you are not going to make enough money to feed yourself or your children,” Baba said.
“The question is, do you have the resources to buy a house?
If you are a person of modest means and you don’t have the capital to buy something that will allow you to go to college, you’re probably out of luck.”
Rural residents are also living in poverty.
According a 2012 study by the United Nations Population Fund, only about one in five households in rural North America and Asia have access to adequate sanitation.
A survey by the University of Minnesota’s Center for Rural Development found that more than half of rural Americans were living below the national poverty line of $4.50 a day for a family, and one in eight households were in the poverty level of $2 a day—a level that is often considered to be high by American standards.
In rural America, the lack of affordable land and the lack and high cost of food can lead to malnutrition, according TOOM.
“A lot of these families can’t feed their children,” he said.
Many families have resorted to buying food from stores like Whole Foods or Walmart, which has a reputation for having good prices and providing healthy meals.
But the problem is that many rural people in the States are still not prepared