There's a post going around on social media that compares two homes and their prices.

One house is in South Georgia - Statesboro, to be exact.

The other is in Denver, near Alameda and Sheridan.

Can you guess where this is going? You get a whole lot more house for your money in southern Georgia compared to Denver, but we figured this whole thing needed a bit more context.

The post says, "This is what $350,000 will buy you in a beautiful, small town in South Georgia---and this is what $350,000 will buy you in Denver. Seriously." It's been shared on Facebook more than 6,700 times.

The house in Statesboro - which is about an hour outside of Savannah, an hour-and-a-half outside of Augusta, and about three hours from Atlanta - is listed as a four bedroom, three bath house at 3,367-square-feet.

The property is just under two acres, and the house itself was built in 1961. It's on the market for 329,000 and has been listed since September, according to the real estate agent, Bubba Hunt.

The home in Denver is a four bedroom, two bathroom house and is 1,600-square-feet.

The property is smaller, at .14 acres, and the house was built in 1955.

The listing price on that one was $310,000. It was on the market for four days, before it was under contract. A realtor told us today that this house - in the $300,000 to $400,000 range - was the most active price range in the Denver market in the past month.

So, there's a $19,000 difference, but there's also a huge difference in size, and in acreage.

And the Denver home was under contract in four days. The home in Georgia has been on the market for five months.