Buyers Question How Far Their Dollar Really Goes

May 12, 2017 Rachel Williams

Findings show that though you may be able to get a 3,500 square foot home in Indiana for $300,000, the same dollar amount will only get you 600 square feet in Washington, D.C. Getting a realistic sense of how many square feet for the dollar can be purchased before shopping will ultimately save your potential homebuyers heartache. Learn the top, and bottom, states where homebuyers can get the most space for their dollar.

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