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27.07.2011

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While house prices in most Australian capital cities are likely to remain expensive for some time, there's still a chance to realise the Great Australian Dream. For a little more than the price of an average home, you can buy the entire town of Scenic, population: eight. The catch is it's in the US state of South Dakota. The local estate agent says the town has enormous potential. Source: abc.net.au

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