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What $1 Million Gets you in the Most Unaffordable U.S. Cities

What matters most when buying a place to live? Location, location, location …and the amount of actual land you get. You can change almost anything else. If that location is in a city, you’ll be paying more per square foot, and in certain highly-desired cities, the price can be astronomical. If you had a million dollars to spend in my area, you’d probably be shown an entire housing development. A million can buy you a mansion in a rural area. But in New York, San Francisco, Boston, and other major career destinations, a million will get you a place to sleep. See what kind of home a million dollars can buy in these and other cities at Housely.   


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