Here's what an 'average' house looks like in Georgia According to a recent Trulia roundup, the average house in Georgia has a great deal of amenities. Trulia bases its "average" house in list off of the median list price in each state, which is $265,000 in Georgia. For that price point, you can buy a home like this 2,244-square-foot house with three bedrooms and two baths in Marietta. It features granite counters in its kitchen, a spacious living room and a charming sunroom.

Georgia is one of the top 10 states where you get the most house for your money, ranking says

Are you house hunting? If you want to get the best bang for your buck, you’re in the right state. 

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GoBankingRates.com recently conducted a study to determine how much home you can buy in every state and Washington, D.C., for a few hundred thousand dollars. To do so, its experts used Zillow to collect data on median list prices and the amount of square footage you can snag for $300,000. Taxes, fees and other homebuying costs were not included in the assessment. 

After analyzing the results, they found you can get the most home for you buck in Mississippi. You can purchase a 3,402-square-feet pad for $300,000. 

West Virginia came in second place. The median list price per square foot is about $96, so you can snatch up a 3,121-square-feet residence there.

As for Georgia, the state placed in the top 10 at No. 9 on the list. The researchers noted the median list price per square foot has been steadily increasing since 2017. However, you can still buy  a 2,521-square-feet dwelling. The median price per square foot is about $109.

Want to know know how other areas fared? Take a look at the list below. 

Top 10 states where you can get the most home for $300,000:

1. Mississippi - 3,207 square feet

2. West Virginia - 3,121 square feet

3. Arkansas - 3,202 square feet

4. Oklahoma - 2,875 square feet

5. Indiana - 2,844 square feet

6. Alabama - 2,827 square feet

7. Ohio - 2,790 square feet

8. Kentucky - 2,599 square feet

9. Georgia - 2,521 square feet

10. Missouri - 2, 519 square feet 

Here’s the bottom 10:

51. District of Columbia - 556 square feet

50. Hawaii - 570 square feet

49. California - 933 square feet

48. Massachusetts - 1,142 square feet

47.Colorado - 1,213 square feet

46. Washington - 1,286 square feet

45. Oregon - 1,386 square feet

44. New York - 1,452 square feet

43. Rhode Island - 1,454 square feet

42. Montana - 1, 476 square feet

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