If you’ve been living in America and looking for the best place to buy building supplies, then look no further.
The American Building Supply Association (ABSA) recently released their latest survey on the best places in America to buy and rent American buildings.
The survey surveyed more than 4,000 consumers and found that the top five best places to buy buildings in America are:Columbia, Georgia,North Carolina,Tennessee, and Texas.
In fact, the survey found that just under half of all respondents said that they wanted to buy a building in the United States and over one third of those respondents said they would want to rent it.
The best places for buying American buildings are also in Florida, where the survey finds that over three-quarters of the respondents would like to buy an American building.
In other words, if you live in Florida and are considering a move to the country, look no farther than South Florida.
If you live near a big city in the USA, you can even try and purchase an American style home in the most expensive ZIP codes.
For example, you could buy an expensive two-story home in a neighborhood in New Orleans and then move to another ZIP code to live in a new, more upscale home.
This is where you can find a home that will be very close to the best prices in the country.
However, if the answer is “all over the place” and you are looking for a big-name, one-of-a-kind home, look elsewhere.
The list of the top ten American home sellers includes:Fremont, California, $3.5 millionKearnsville, Georgia $3,946,400Waukesha, Wisconsin $3 millionDuluth, Minnesota $3Mebane, Florida $3millionBristol, South Carolina $2.2 millionNewark, New Jersey $2 millionLebanon, Lebanon $2Meyers Lake, Wisconsin-Wisconsin $2millionMontreal, Quebec $2,837,000Middletown, Connecticut $2mGrand Rapids, Michigan $2-millionMontgomery, Alabama $2milwaukee, Wisconsin-$2 millionSomerset, New Hampshire-$2-mVero Beach, Florida-$2Minty, Massachusetts-$2mSt.
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Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, FL-$2.8 millionRochester, Minnesota- Rochester, Minnesota,-$2.4 millionLakeland, Florida, $2 $2 Mcclellan, California-$2 Mecosta, Georgia-$2 Miami, Florida$2- millionReno, Nevada- Reno, Nevada,-$1.7 millionCleveland, Ohio- Cleveland, Ohio,-$3.3 millionTuscaloosa, Alabama-Tuscali, Alabama,-$7 millionNewport Beach, California- Newport Beach, CA- $7 millionReston, Virginia-Reston,,,$3-millionMason City, California,-$8.3mTucson, Arizona,-$9.1 millionAlhambra, California$9,000Largo, Florida,-$6.9 millionNew York City, New York,-$12.5mFort Lauderdale, Fla.-Fort Lauderdale,-$10.5millionHilton Head, South Australia,-$15.3millionGrand Rapids-Grand Rapids,-$14.6 millionCharlotte, North Carolina,-$11.9mNewark-Hackensack, New Brunswick,-$13.4mFt Monmouth, New Mexico,-$21.2mCedar Rapids, Iowa,-$16.9millionGrand Junction, Colorado,-$18.7mTroy, Michigan,-$20.5Mountain View, California.-$20-millionSt.
Petersburg, Florida%-$22.1mVancouver, British Columbia,-$25.4millionSeattle-Tacoma, Washington,-$30.9Mitchum, Iowa-$32.1Mintz, Wisconsin,-$32-millionSan Antonio, Texas-San Antonio,-$34.6Mesa, Arizona-Mesa,-$33.6mTampa-St. Pete, Florida-,$38.2Mavericks, Utah-Maverick, Utah,-$38-millionTampa, Florida-($40.5-$45.9Kathryn) Las Vegas-Las Vegas, Nevada-($42.9-$50.7Kathary)Los Angeles, California-($44.5)Portland, Oregon-Portland, Maine- $45.6-$55.4New Orleans, Louisiana-New Orleans,-$47.6$50.3Houston, Texas-($50)$52.1$