You can buy any home you want in Michigan when you win the Mega Millions.

Unless you're living under a rock, you are well aware of the fact that the next Mega Millions drawing on Friday night is worth $1.1 billion. Obviously, that is a life-changing amount of money. Whoever wins it will be able to look at the world in a whole new light.

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Even after taxes are taken out, the winner of the next drawing will be able to do pretty much whatever they want without having to worry about price tags. Most people will undoubtedly upgrade their living quarters to the home of their dreams and with this amount of money, it would be easy.

We have all fantasized about what we would do if we hit the lottery. The first thing I would do would be to pay off the debt of myself, my family, and my friends. After that, everyone is getting an upgrade to their home. Pulling in a $1 billion winning ticket would be just a drop in the hat for all of that. Next up, after everyone is fat and happy, the traveling will begin. I have always dreamed of just grabbing my friends and family, jumping on a private jet, and taking off somewhere fun for the week. I would also dedicate at least one weekend to having a huge blowout party in Las Vegas. You've got to be responsible with all that money, but you also need to have a little fun as well.

If you do win on Friday, I've taken the liberty of finding some of the best and most expensive homes in Michigan for you to pick from. Hell, with that amount of money, you could just buy them all.

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