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How much house can you get for $175,000?

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With low home prices still to be found around most of the country, $175,000 can get a buyer quite a lot in terms of real estate in some cities. From the West Coast through the Midwest and over to the East Coast, we’re showcasing a few of the properties you can get for just under $200,000.

Idaho Falls, ID

3386 Sandy Dr, Idaho Falls ID
For sale: $176,500

Recently reduced in price by $1,500, this Idaho Falls home for sale was built in 2003 and has been well-maintained. The 2,369-square-foot home has 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Idaho’s largest city after Boise, Idaho Falls serves as a hub for recreational outdoor activities and sports.

Missoula, MT

4450 Addington Dr, Missoula MT
For sale: $172,000

Just east of Idaho lies Missoula and this home for sale. The corner-lot home was built in 2007, has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and measures 1,440 square feet. Deemed move-in ready, the house is located in the planned Canyon Creek Village community.

Omaha, NE

5102 S 194th St, Omaha NE
For sale: $170,000

This ranch-style home for sale in Omaha features an open floor plan centered by a large eat-in kitchen with island and plenty of counter space. The 1,494-square-foot home was built in 2002 and has 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.

Naugatuck, CT

31 Carolyn Cir, Naugatuck CT
For sale: $175,000

A turn-key home with mature landscaping and surrounding stone wall, this 1955-built home has been completely updated with new finishes and appliances. Located south of Waterbury, Naugatuck is a smaller community situated on the Naugatuck River.

New Orleans, LA

2829 Dabadie St, New Orleans LA
For sale: $179,000

Dotted throughout The Big Easy are 19th-century shotgun style homes, characterized by their narrow shape and layout. This New Orleans home is a prime example of the architecture and, like many, has been completely renovated for today’s living. The 1,215-square-foot home has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and high ceilings.

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