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What $300,000 Can Buy You Across the U.S. (Slideshow)

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1. Knoxville, Tenn.

Stats: 2,572 sqft 3 bedroom, 3 bath single-family home.

This 7-year-old home is quite the trek from downtown Knoxville, but you sure get a lot of home for your money, and plenty of community amenities to boot, like a swimming pool and clubhouse. This home has all the trappings of modern luxury — granite countertops, a dramatic 2-story foyer, walk-in closets, and more.

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Katie Waldeck

Katie is a freelance writer focused on pets, food and women’s issues. A Chicago native and longtime resident of the Pacific Northwest, Katie now lives in Oakland, California.

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5:58PM PDT on May 13, 2014

OK ... now all I need is $300,000.

5:17AM PDT on Apr 21, 2014

This is an informative blog by which I have got that info which I really wanted to get.
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8:26PM PDT on Apr 10, 2014

So very true, Kamia T.

Interesting article. I don't live in the States, but most western countries have some of the same issues when it comes to homes.

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8:07PM PDT on Apr 10, 2014

Across the bay from San Francisco you might get a walk in closet for that price. :(

4:57AM PDT on Mar 29, 2014

Thank you so much for such a great blog.
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12:41AM PDT on Mar 25, 2014

The beauty of this building is its amazing architecture and designs.
OcalaPropMgmt

6:25AM PST on Feb 14, 2014

So, property prices vary according to what people are prepared to pay? And what they're prepared to pay depends mostly on how much they're likely to earn if they live there. That's hardly earth-shattering news.

6:35PM PST on Feb 5, 2014

Sorry guys, but if you just REALLY want to be paying for a million years on your house and/or never own it yourself, have fun. Here in the fly-over, forgotten rural lands of the Midwest, $300,000 would buy you 40 acres, a barn, a home, a pond, and a WHOLE lot of change! Not to mention gorgeous wildlife, clean air and affordable mortgage, tax and insurance payments LOL

1:41PM PDT on Oct 12, 2013

for national policies, such cost of living differences are important to remember for any dollar-based formulas

10:24AM PDT on Sep 25, 2013

Try Tokyo.

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