Get Ya Money Up: The 10 Most Expensive States In America

- By Bossip Staff

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The 10 Most Expensive States In America

Let’s face it. The United States of America might be the land of the free and the home of the brave, but to live in the most popular places that this country has to offer, you’re gonna need to cash out.

With that in mind, the good folks over at CNBC have put together a list of the top 10 most expensive states in America, and we’ve got the top 10 right here. Does your state top the list? Take a look…

Vermont
10. Vermont

Avg. Home Price (Burlington Metro): $396,146

Half Gallon of Milk: $2.25

Monthly Energy Bill: $248.71

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9. Maryland

Avg. Home Price (Bethesda-Gaithersburg-Frederick Metro): $577,834

Half Gallon of Milk: $2.59

Monthly Energy Bill: $205.44

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8. Massachusetts

Avg. Home Price (Boston Metro): $478,200

Half Gallon of Milk: $2.71

Monthly Energy Bill: $248.63

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7. Rhode Island

Avg. Home Price (Providence Metro): $371,000

Half Gallon of Milk: $2.91

Monthly Energy Bill: $233.53

Cali
6. California

Avg. Home Price (San Francisco Metro): $823,429

Half Gallon of Milk: $2.39

Monthly Energy Bill: $165.55

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5. New Jersey

Avg. Home Price (Bergen-Passaic Metro): $557,145

Half Gallon of Milk: $3.79

Monthly Energy Bill: $252.39

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    4. New York

    Avg. Home Price (Manhattan): $1,351,400

    Half Gallon of Milk: $2.42

    Monthly Energy Bill: $237.01

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    3. Connecticut

    Avg. Home Price (Stamford Metro): $585,000

    Half Gallon of Milk: $2.77

    Monthly Energy Bill: $236.01

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    2. Alaska

    Avg. Home Price (Anchorage Metro): $467,553

    Half Gallon of Milk: $2.41

    Monthly Energy Bill: $169.84

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    1. Hawaii

    Avg. Home Price (Honolulu Metro): $742,166

    Half Gallon of Milk: $3.41

    Monthly Energy Bill: $333.51

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