Wednesday, January 09, 2008

PDQ Bach House Price Blogging!

The median price of a house in Hoople, North Dakota is $36,200. This beats Zap, which is at $33,500.


Anonymous said...

I don't know what kind of price action they've had in Hoople in recent years, but at those prices my guess is that they must be making more land there.

Anonymous said...

My great grandparents moved out to North Dakota (Devil's Lake) and became homesteaders in the late 1800's. After losing many children to cold and disease, they realized they weren't farmers and fled to larger cities nearby. Back then they were basically getting paid to take the land. Doesn't seem to be much different today! But here's a thought... if there's a benefit to having people spread out more evenly throughout the U.S., instead of clumped up in large cities, maybe we can reinstate homesteading?

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