10 Cheapest U.S. Cities to Live In

Ever wondered which cities are cheapest to live in? Look no further – BuckBuys Houses gives you the information for the top 10 most inexpensive U.S. cities!

idaho falls
10. Idaho Falls, ID

Cost of Living: 12% below average

City Population: 57,646

Median Household Income: $45,990

Median Home Value: $146,900
conway
9. Conway, AK

Cost of Living: 12.1% below average

City Population: 60,470

Median Household Income: $44,745

Median Home Value: $147,400
springfield
8. Springfield, IL

Cost of Living: 12.3% below average

City Population: 117,076

Median Household Income: $48,022

Median Home Value: $114,100
peublo
7. Pueblo, CO

Cost of Living: 12.9% below average

City Population: 107,577

Median Household Income: $34,750

Median Home Value: $118,400
wichita falls
6. Wichita Falls, TX

Cost of Living: 13.6% below average

City Population: 103,931

Median Household Income: $42,559

Median Home Value: $90,500
fayetteville
5. Fayetteville, AK

Cost of Living: 14% below average

City Population: 75,102

Median Household Income: $35,970

Median Home Value: $177,990
memphis
4. Memphis, TN

Cost of Living: 14% below average

City Population: 652,050

Median Household Income: $37,072

Median Home Value: $99,000
norman
3. Norman, OK

Cost of Living: 14.4% below average

City Population: 113,273

Median Household Income: $46,595

Median Home Value: $147,100
mcallen
2. McAllen, TX

Cost of Living: 14.6% below average

City Population: 133,742

Median Household Income: $39,193

Median Home Value: $105,300
harlingen
1. Harlingen, TX

Cost of Living: 18.2% below average

City Population: 66,122

Median Household Income: $35,267

Median Home Value: $77,900
List based on the Council for Community and Economic Research’s calculations of living expenses in 307 urban areas. Cost of Living Index measures prices for housing, groceries, utilities, transportation, health care, and miscellaneous goods and services. Cities with populations below 50,000 were screened out.

 

To read about the top 10 most expensive U.S. cities, visit the Heaton Dainard LLC blog at: http://www.heatondainard.com/archives/1552

 

Numbers and Statistics: Kiplinger.com

 

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