What You Get For The Money

Please join me this evening and again on Jan. 6th for “What You Get For The Money“, on the Fine Living Channel.

This show compares houses with a $300,000 price tag in six markets across the country. In Portland, Ore., $300,000 means a clean and simple floating home on the Pacific ocean, while the same amount translates to a vintage 1917 condo with original charm and 1950s décor in Chicago and a spacious place in Philadelphia.

In Seattle, the only thing I can find that isn’t a fixer is a condo development in the Central District. There were no single-family homes under $300,000 that were available for filming in the Metropolitan Seattle area the day they were here for filming, without going to White Center or to Lynnwood. I find that so sad! Anyway, have a laugh at one of my 15 minutes.

• January 03, 2007 6:30 PM EST
• January 06, 2007 1:00 PM EST

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  1. Chad

    The townhomes next door are going for $300k. You know, those townhomes. Nine hundred twenty-four square feet, including the garage. I had a hard time figuring out where people living in them would put the couch.

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