(All) Resources 0: You're broke. If you have a cardboard box to call home, a couple packets of Ramen noodles, and $10 in change, you're living the high life.
Resources 1: You be po'! But you've got a small, ratty apartment, maybe a cheap vehicle that mostly runs, and manage to pull down about $500/month after everything is said and done. If you sold everything you owned, you'd have $1000 in your pocket.
Resources 2: Middle class. You've a moderately decent apartment, condo, or a small house with a big mortgage. You've also probably got a reliable vehicle. After the bills are paid, you've got $1200/month. If you sold everything, you'd have $8,000.
Resources 3: Yuppie! You've got a pretty nice pad and a newish set of wheels. After the bills get paid, you pull down $3000/month in cash. If you sold everything, you'd have $50K.
Resources 4: Life is very good. You've got a really big house in a really nice neighborhood and have a few new cars (though the sport car would likely be domestic) with all the bells and whistles and horses under the hood. After the bills get paid, you've got $9K/month jingling in your pocket. If you sold everything and retired to Mexico, you'd have $500,000 in cash.
Resources 5: Multi-millionaire. You've likely got a mansion someplace and/or you own a small company. Your sport car isn't domestic, and you might have a few of them. After the bills are paid, you've got $30K/month to spend on caviar. If you sold everything you owned, you'd have $5 million bucks. Spare a couple thou', brutha?