According to Zillow, the median home price in Wisconsin is $179,000. Wonder what you can get for $179k in 20 of the most expensive cities in the US?
New York, NY
Own a whopping 350 square feet, 1-bedroom 1-bathroom unit here for just $169,000! But hey – it’s close to the trains.
San Francisco, CA
Unfortunately, there aren’t any properties available in San Francisco, but only 10 minutes away you can own this beaut.
Slightly more spacious than the New York 1-bedroom, this 365 square foot studio is available for the taking at only $179,000. But let’s be honest – if you’re LIVING IN HONOLULU, does it really matter where you sleep?
Up next: Boston. This 3-bedroom 1-bath unit has 835 square feet – according to the listing agent “lots of room to spread out.”
At $170,000, you can own one of the units in this condo complex. Each unit in this brick building is 2 bedrooms and has 1 bath with 637 square feet.
San Jose, CA
Welcome to San Jose. This gem is available for purchase at $179,900. Wood paneling and wallpaper included.
San Diego, CA
About 8 hours away from the last stop, we find ourselves in San Diego. No, you won’t be able purchase a home right away but you can build one on this $175,000 piece of land.
Los Angeles, CA
In LaLa land, you can try to get this not approved shortsale for $175,000.
Can you feel the Miami heat? Make this 458 sq ft studio your home for just $175k in the heart of South Beach.
This Grand Victoria is a bit of a fixer-upper in Rhode Island. But it can be yours after a little TLC at $179,000.
This 738 square foot home sits just northeast of the “Hotdish Revolution, #1 rated Arts District in the country, the greenest high school in the state of Minnesota and 11 brewers & distilleries.”
It’s slim pickings in Seattle but for $179,000 this condo (the only property available to purchase) can be yours to call home.
We now enter the land of cheesesteaks. You can own this 2-bedroom condo for $180,000.
In the windy city, this 6-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home is $179,000 with 4,125 square feet.
This spacious 896 square foot townhouse is up for grabs in Portland and includes an enclosed sun porch.
Want to live in Georgia? This peach can be yours for $179,000. This home is located at 2513 Lewfield is sitting pretty with two stories, 4-bedrooms, 2-bathrooms and 1,181 square feet.
Live in the heart of Capitol Hill in this 552 square foot condo for $180,000.
Everything is bigger in Texas, right? This 1,069 square foot condo sits on the market for $179,000.
Last stop, Hartford. This 4-bedroom colonial stands alone as the only single family residence available for purchase with 1,790 square feet.