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Cities Where You Can Still Afford to Buy Your Dream Home

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Cities Where You Can Still Afford to Buy Your Dream Home

Cities Where You Can Still Afford to Buy Your Dream Home

Cities Where You Can Still Afford , to Buy Your Dream Home.

'House Beautiful' consulted Zillow and Cheap Old Houses to comprise a list of desirable home destinations with housing for under $350,000.

Here are the locations, along with the "typical value of a top-tier home" in each area.

Syracuse, New York: $315,731, Amanda Pendleton, home trends expert at Zillow, says, "It's a really cool place, and you can definitely snag something for very little money.".

Jackson, Tennessee: $296,033, Even if you're not a music lover, this area between Memphis and Nashville provides affordable homes.

Erie, Pennsylvania: $295,347, A brick bungalow can even be acquired for less than $100,000.

Lake Charles, Louisiana: $291,371, Lakeside living is within reach for significantly less than other waterfront destinations.

Texarkana, Texas: $272,607, Small town vibes meet suburban living in this area that borders Texas and Arkansas.

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Peoria, Illinois: $246,529, "You're going to see a lot of late Victorian, Colonial Revival, Tudor, and early 20th-century homes," says Elizabeth Finkelstein, co-founder of Cheap Old Houses.

Wheeling, West Virginia: $229,264 , This city southwest of Pittsburgh has beautiful Victorian architecture.

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Wheeling, West Virginia: $229,264 , This city southwest of Pittsburgh has beautiful Victorian architecture.


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