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Yeah, but your house will usually appreciate in value, not to mention make you NOT look like a douchebag.

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I'd love to know where you can buy a house for $100,000. Even the old run-down cottages to the north of DC will fetch more than $100 grand.

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I'd love to know where you can buy a house for $100,000. Even the old run-down cottages to the north of DC will fetch more than $100 grand.

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Oh so true!

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Alpine?

Alpine is a sports car company owned by Renault, but which hasn't produced a model under their own name in decades.

Alpina is the brand name of BMW's preferred tuner and customizer based in Germany.

This car is neither.

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I'd love to know where you can buy a house for $100,000.

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I'm sure if you head to Baghdad, they'll set you up... it's your chance to beat the rush. :AH-HA_wink:

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I'd love to know where you can buy a house for $100,000. Even the old run-down cottages to the north of DC will fetch more than $100 grand.

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Pittsburgh.

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3br/2bath, fireplace, hardwood floors, 3 porches, 1 car garage, full basement with 1/2 finished, 1/3rd acre of land, 15 minutes from downtown Pitt, in one of the nicer neighborhoods.

Price?

$87,500

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Pittsburgh.

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3br/2bath, fireplace, hardwood floors, 3 porches, 1 car garage, full basement with 1/2 finished, 1/3rd acre of land, 15 minutes from downtown Pitt, in one of the nicer neighborhoods.

Price?

$87,500

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:o

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I'd love to know where you can buy a house for $100,000. Even the old run-down cottages to the north of DC will fetch more than $100 grand.

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Upstate NY housing falls below $100k more often than not.. Far, far cheaper than NYC's outlying suburbs.

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^^ This just reinforces my thoughts that real estate around DC is outlandishly expensive.

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An average R1 residential house in my city costs $342,761, albeit in Canadian dollars, (but our currency is close to the States')

On our West Side alone, that figure jumps to 1 to 1.2 Million.

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Yeah, so, that house in a nice neighborhood with a school district... easily 750,000.

Get into your nicer areas and that house would go for a million.

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I'd love to know where you can buy a house for $100,000. Even the old run-down cottages to the north of DC will fetch more than $100 grand.

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The house my cousin just bought in norther ND...6bedroom, 3 1/2 bath, 4850 sq. feet., 3 car garage, screened in porch, finished basement, hardwood in entryway, kitchen, and dining room.

$78000

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I'd love to know where you can buy a house for $100,000. Even the old run-down cottages to the north of DC will fetch more than $100 grand.

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To add to what Drew said... It's even cheaper in Brookville. $100k could by a damn nice house around here. :P

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The house my cousin just bought in norther ND...6bedroom, 3 1/2 bath, 4850 sq. feet., 3 car garage, screened in porch, finished basement, hardwood in entryway, kitchen, and dining room. $78000

In Princeton Township NJ, where I do a lot of work, that description --depending on extras and level of trim/finish-- would easily bring $2.5 million.

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^^  This just reinforces my thoughts that real estate around DC is outlandishly expensive.

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As well as the San Francisco Bay area where I live. I always thought it was expensive to live out here in the bay Area, but damn I did not know it was that ridiculous. I live 60 miles east of San Francisco and my 2300 sq. ft. house with 3 bedrooms, a studio, 2.5 bathrooms and a 3 car garage is $500,000+ and I don't even live in an exclusive neighborhood. Looks like retirement in 20 years will be out of state! :o

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I guess my doctor sister will now want to upgrade her convertible 645 to maintain her good status. :P

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