If you had to move and had $1 million to burn, where would you go? In some parts of the country, $1 million can buy you a mansion. In other areas, you’ll be looking at condos and surprisingly small apartments. 

We considered where someone would be more likely to move to if they had to move to another state. That would be one of the state’s biggest cities, which would have the most opportunities. We selected cities with a population of at least 200,000 and then checked out local inventory and chose a home that we believe best represented the area. 

These $1 million homes in every major city of every state paint an interesting picture of wealth across the country. Where would you want to live?

Check out this website for the article…..


Article from Craig Donofrio in Work & Money ezine.

About Dawn O'Neal

Dawn O'Neal - WASHINGTON - Professional Realty Services Sequim - Managing Broker CALIFORNIA - Independent Broker~Owner~REALTOR® GRI, CRS, LTG®, RRC®, PMN® ASP®, e-PRO®, SRES®, CIPS, TRC®,SFR®, CHS®, CDPE®, Ombudsman and Trained in Negotiations & Mediation from Pepperdine University School of Law I have been self employed since 1975, a REALTOR® since 1990. I am a member of the Sequim Association of REALTORS® IN WASHINGTON and WAR® plus Santa Clara County Association of REALTORS® and CAR® in CALIFORNIA Plus NAR®. I work predominantly with residential clients, some commercial properties, 1031 exchanges, & extensively with Seniors. I have received many awards with RE/MAX and Realty World attaining both their top award of Hall of Fame & earned many designations. I love to work with clients in person or through emails & the Internet. Please visit my web page www.DawnOneal.com for a full profile, testimonials & my passion – Breakfast With Santa. CA DRE#01101500 WA License #26510 My Motto - Exceeding Expectations - ALWAYS!
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