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Here's an entry level place near me.
 
The school district is great, and if I can find something in the 1200 sf range for under $400K, I'm hoping to get into it.
 
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Average price of a home in Hawaii 680K. So what might you get for this price:
 
1300sqft living space
4750sqft lot
1 car carport
house built in the 50's or 60's
termite and cockroach infested
needs major renovations
plumbing and wiring needs to be redone
crowded neighborhood with lots of crime, gangs and drugs
oh and the highest property taxes in the universe
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I love where I live in NC, Im going to be able to build and nice brick, 3000sf home on my 3.5 acres with a creek for $300K
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400K in the Midwest would get you a mansion  :smileyvery-happy:
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MP78 wrote:
I love where I live in NC, Im going to be able to build and nice brick, 3000sf home on my 3.5 acres with a creek for $300K



What area of NC if I might ask?
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Foothills, we'll say 40-50 miles west of Char.
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When I lived in Burlington (NC), price of real estate was extremely affordable.
 
Just looked and I saw a new home for sale on Yahoo Real Estate in Gibsonville (which had a really good reputation for it's school district).
 
3 bedroom, 2 bath, garage, new construction on almost an acre for $142K.
 


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400k where i live, would buy the entire county that i live in!
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400k where i live, would buy the entire county that i live in!


Do you live in DKNJ or DKNY?:smileytongue:
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