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What you'll get across the 5 boroughs for $650,000

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If you've done all the math and figured that you can spend $650,000 on a home, you'll find mostly one-bedrooms and studios in Manhattan and parts of Brooklyn. Head out to Queens, the Bronx and Staten Island, and the number of bedrooms starts to increase. You  may even be able to get a house.

UPPER EAST SIDE, MANHATTAN: 1-bed, 1-bath co-op at 402 East 74th Street (between First and York). $650,000+$1,049/mo maintenance

WEST VILLAGE, MANHATTAN: 1-bath studio co-op at 100 West 12th Street (between Sixth and Seventh). $650,000+$1,293/mo common charges

MIDTOWN WEST, MANHATTAN: 1-bath studio condo at 432 West 52nd Street (between Ninth and Tenth). $640,000+$520/mo common charges, $587/mo taxes

PARK SLOPE, BROOKLYN: 1-bed, 1-bath co-op at 889 Union Street (between Seventh and Eighth). $650,000+$803/mo maintenance

CLINTON HILL, BROOKLYN: 1-bed, 1-bath condo loft at 91 Grand Avenue (between Park and Myrtle). $649,000+$407/mo common charges, $610.67/mo taxes

JACKSON HEIGHTS, QUEENS: 2-bed, 2-bath co-op at 34-28 80th Street (between 34th and 35th). $649,000+$800/mo maintenance

FOREST HILLS, QUEENS: 3-bed, 2-bath co-op at 111-20 73rd Avenue (between 112th and Queens Boulevard). $650,000+$1,585/mo maintenance

RIVERDALE, THE BRONX: 3-bed, 2-bath house at 5927 Fieldston Road (between West 259th and 260th Street). $650,000+$603/mo taxes

NEW DORP, STATEN ISLAND: 3-bed, 4-bath house at 116 Milton Avenue (between Marine and Ebbitts).$643,900


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