Southern California Real Estate Prices Are Ridiculous (23 pics)

Posted in PICTURES       6 Jun 2012       14432       8 GALLERY VIEW



The following pictures might depress you if you live in Southern California. The first house is for sale in Venice, California for a cool $1.3M while the second one is going for $1.5M in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Which house would you rather own?

 

For sale for $1,500,000


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deadsmile 9 year s ago
lol
       
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Ivannz 9 year s ago
location, location, location...
       
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smudger 9 year s ago
not only didn´t the banks learn anything from the last crisis which THEY caused , but the CEO`s are obviously going insane , eff all of them
       
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hahaha 9 year s ago
shows how stupid californians are
       
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phish 9 year s ago
Granted, the second one is a much nicer structure, please be fair and compare apples to apples...take away the furniture and decorations.
       
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kool 9 year s ago
they are comparing prices.
       
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GGallen 9 year s ago
One is by the Beach in Cali and the other is in Fort Wayne...good luck finding a job in Fort Wayne...
       
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August 9 year s ago
#1 is very close to the beach....and they are dreaming they could get that much...it's been listed for years
       
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