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What $250,000 Buys You Around the Country

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I can't believe they didn't have anything from the most expensive place to live in the country.

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A house like that from Georgia is so damn expensive here I would rather shoot myself

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Meh. Life is about more than just your home. It's about your job, schools, entertainment, restaurants, people your own age, parks, recreation, etc. $250k could get you the biggest house in nowhereland Nebraska, but who the heck wants to live there?

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Meh. Life is about more than just your home. It's about your job, schools, entertainment, restaurants, people your own age, parks, recreation, etc. $250k could get you the biggest house in nowhereland Nebraska, but who the heck wants to live there?

 

True to a degree.

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Meh. Life is about more than just your home. It's about your job, schools, entertainment, restaurants, people your own age, parks, recreation, etc. $250k could get you the biggest house in nowhereland Nebraska, but who the heck wants to live there?

 

Depends on how much land and if you own mineral rights.

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$250,000 basically buys you a toilet seat in New Jersey

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Depends on how much land and if you own mineral rights.

 

At my stage in life, I would much rather have land than a large home. 

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This is stupid because what $250,000 gets your can vary significantly just in your own city.

 

In some parts of Charlotte $250,000 will get you a 2500+ square foot brick home. In other areas, it will get you halfway to owning a three bedroom bungalow.

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At my stage in life, I would much rather have land than a large home.

You're god damn right. We're not even considering a place without at least 80 acres. And they're all going for around 160-260

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