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Old 01-22-2013, 08:46 PM
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Different prices for almost million dollar homes

A lot of talk about looking for high priced homes. But if you think about it, just because a home might be worth a million doesn't mean they are millionaires. Here is a pix of house in NJ,almost 800k .



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Now here is a 800k home in my area.

Wish I could get better pixs to compare.Anyways, that 1st home for lawn cutting would be about 25-30 bucks,where the other one has 6 acres of land. So it's not really the price of the home.
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That's a really great point Grandview.
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I don't ever look at the price of the home, I look at what needs to be done.
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[QUOTE=grandview (2006);4652878]A lot of talk about looking for high priced homes. But if you think about it, just because a home might be worth a million doesn't mean they are millionaires. Here is a pix of house in NJ,almost 800k .



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http://www.flickr.com/photos/28898047@N07/7215246848/



Now here is a 800k home in my area.

That house Up here in longisland would pay 60k in tax per year
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The first house would be 300 to 400k here. The second would be 750k, maybe a little more.
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Now what about a house like this?

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Old 01-22-2013, 09:58 PM
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How much would you like to charge to cut the lawn?
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Different prices for almost million dollar homes

Line makes it that green??
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