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What a 1,500-square-foot home costs in 25 major cities around the US

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    A standard 1,500-square-foot single-family home can range
    in price, depending on location.
  
  We teamed up with Trulia to find out the median home value of
  a 1,500-square-foot house in the 25 most populous cities
  in the US.
  
  
    According to Trulia's data, a 1,500-square-foot home can
    cost as little as $47,000 or as high as $1.3 million.
  
  
    
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  A standard 1,500-square-foot home can be extremely
  affordable - or wildly expensive - depending upon
  location.

  We teamed up with Trulia to find the median home value of
  similarly-sized houses in the 25 most populous cities in the US,
  from 
  notoriously-expensive New York City to Indianapolis and
  Columbus, two of 
  the most
  affordable cities for millennials to buy a home. The most
  expensive city on the list, perhaps unsurprisingly, is San
  Francisco. Previous reporting from Business Insider's Katie
  Canales shows that 
  even a "fixer" home will sell for over half of a million
  dollars.

  
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  Home values have more than doubled
  in the US since 1970 - here's how much they've increased in every
  state
  

  We looked at the most populous cities using data from the
  National
  League of Cities, and ordered them from lowest to highest
  median home value for a 1,500-square-foot house. 

  Keep reading for a look at what a 1,500-square-foot home will
  cost in the 25 most populous US cities:

What a 1,500-square-foot home costs in 25 major cites around the US


    A standard 1,500-square-foot home can be extremely affordable - or wildly expensive - depending upon location.

    We teamed up with Trulia to find the median home value of similarly sized houses in the 25 most populous cities in the US, from notoriously expensive New York City to Indianapolis and Columbus, two of the most affordable cities for millennials to buy a home. The most expensive city on the list, perhaps unsurprisingly, is San Francisco. Previous reporting from Business Insider's Katie Canales shows that even a "fixer" home will sell for over half a million dollars

    We looked at the most populous cities using data from the National League of Cities, and ordered them from lowest to highest median home value for a 1,500-square-foot house.

    Click or swipe through for a look at what a 1,500-square-foot home will cost in the 25 most populous US cities:

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