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How Much Home You Can Buy For $200k in Every State

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16. Kansas
> Typical size of a $200k home: 1,972 sq. feet (11th largest)
> Size of typical home in Kansas: 1,688 sq. feet (16th smallest)
> Median home value: $151,970 (8th lowest)
> Median household income: $58,218 (21st lowest)
> Rooms in a typical home: 5.9 rooms (8th highest – tied)

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17. Kentucky
> Typical size of a $200k home: 1,977 sq. feet (10th largest)
> Size of typical home in Kentucky: 1,664 sq. feet (14th smallest)
> Median home value: $148,662 (6th lowest)
> Median household income: $50,247 (7th lowest)
> Rooms in a typical home: 5.6 rooms (21st highest – tied)

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18. Louisiana
> Typical size of a $200k home: 1,841 sq. feet (18th largest)
> Size of typical home in Louisiana: 1,776 sq. feet (21st largest)
> Median home value: $168,842 (12th lowest)
> Median household income: $47,905 (5th lowest)
> Rooms in a typical home: 5.4 rooms (11th lowest – tied)

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19. Maine
> Typical size of a $200k home: 1,472 sq. feet (12th smallest)
> Size of typical home in Maine: 1,632 sq. feet (11th smallest)
> Median home value: $244,529 (25th highest)
> Median household income: $55,602 (16th lowest)
> Rooms in a typical home: 5.4 rooms (11th lowest – tied)

20. Maryland
> Typical size of a $200k home: 1,320 sq. feet (5th smallest)
> Size of typical home in Maryland: 1,740 sq. feet (25th largest)
> Median home value: $310,744 (10th highest)
> Median household income: $83,242 (the highest)
> Rooms in a typical home: 6.2 rooms (2nd highest – tied)

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