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Old 04-25-2007, 09:31 PM
Location: Portland, OR
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Originally Posted by Mississippienne View Post
Randomly flipping through the latest issue of Clarion-Ledger (Jackson MS metro area) finds me--

-- A 2-story, 3 bedroom, 2 and a half bath for $293,000
-- A 4-bedroom, 2 and a half bath for $310,000
-- A 3-bedroom, 2 bath with a carriage house and hardwood floors, $259,000

You can buy a damn nice house for $100,000-300,000 range in the Jackson area. Heck, you can buy a perfectly respectable one for $70,000 or so.
Yeah lot of nice stuff out there by the Reservoir - Madison, Ridgeland, Brandon. Good stuff for under $300,000.
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Old 04-26-2007, 12:52 AM
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Mission Viejo, California (Orange County)

* Rare Townhouse style 1 Bedroom 1.5 Bath with garage
* 2 Level connected buy a classic spiral staircase
* Private Patio
* New carpet, tile floors and paint

what an amazing deal compared those 2000-3000sq foot homes across the nation!?!

http://b.im.craigslist.org/Ct/Pq/QqTdT4V9VTx0Vz0BHJeeAQf5QqW3.jpg (broken link)
http://c.im.craigslist.org/9i/cH/njApbCFNHeljo3Uze3o5DVSCSmFk.jpg (broken link)
http://a.im.craigslist.org/LK/QW/zbV0VQyl5NNKr9COiLdcOsxhYXdW.jpg (broken link)
http://b.im.craigslist.org/0O/Ez/Q1wznBtgCW71O5zxe1IQJi15gu8q.jpg (broken link)
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Old 04-26-2007, 12:53 PM
Location: Scarsdale, NY
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While we were looking at houses there was one about 45 minuted from NYC which is 965 sq. ft., 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom going for 499,500. It was a tiny little bungalow. It's ridiculous here. That was about 2 years ago so I won't be able to find it.

Also, the land was 75 ft. x 75 ft.
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Old 04-26-2007, 01:08 PM
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Originally Posted by brattpowered View Post
Here's another one for you: The least expensive home in Greenwich, CT: the town next to my hometown.

3 Bedrooms
1.5 Bathrooms
1494 sqft
0.07 Acres
Aluminum siding
Built in 1910
Price: $525,000

http://homepics.realtor.com/image2/http/greenwich/listings/large/009/64038_101.jpg (broken link)
OH MY GOD!!!! (I'm originally from Ridgefield, so I don't know why I should be so shocked...)
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