If you have been on Facebook for five minutes, I am sure you will see one of the "I am moving out of Colorado" posts.

I see these on a daily basis for a variety of different reasons. The high cost of living, overcrowded, political standpoints, etc.

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If you have ever muttered the words "I can't wait to leave this state" you are in luck. A capital city if offering new residents up to $15,000 to move to their town.

What town is it? Topeka, Kansas. According to Zillow, the median home price is $113,000. the average home price in Fort Collins is more than three times that of Topeka at $393,000.

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So if you happen to be looking for more bang for your buck and get paid $15,000 to move to and buy a home in Topeka, there is no better time.

Maybe you're not looking into jumping headfirst into homeownership and that's okay. The average two-bedroom apartment cost per month in Topeka is $706 a month according to Rent Jungle. Just shy of double the price for the average two-bedroom apartment in Fort Collins averaging at $1397.

Here's the catch, there isn't a lot of people this money will be going to. Only 46 to 60 people will have the opportunity to cash in on moving into Topeka. Will you be one of them?

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