updated 11/7/2003 5:02:26 AM ET 2003-11-07T10:02:26

// //// // //// // //// // if (window.displayApp) displayApp(CNBC_open_house); //// Nov. 7 —So just how much house can you get these days for $1 million? In New York city, it’ll squeeze you into a cozy two-bedroom apartment in Manhattan. But in suburban Phoenix, you can buy a four-bedroom mansion on three acres. CNBC toured the country to find out what the million-dollar real estate market looks like in other cites.

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