Where is the cheapest place to live in the united states?

According to Kiplinger, the cheapest place to live in the United States is Harlingen, Texas. The city boasts low cost food, a median home value of $77,700, and a cost of living that is 18.4% below the U.S. average.

Also in the top ten cheap places to live in the United States:

  • Pueblo, Colorado: Median home value is $116,700; cost of living is 16.6% below the U.S. average.
  • Norman, Oklahoma: Median home value is $149,900; cost of living is 16.2% below the U.S. average.
  • Memphis, Tennessee: Median home value is $98,300; cost of living is 14.6% below the U.S. average.
  • Idaho Falls, Idaho: Median home value is $147,800; cost of living is 14.4% below the U.S. average.
  • Youngstown, Ohio: Median home value is $48,100; cost of living is 13.5% below the U.S. average.
  • Jonesboro, Arkansas: Median home value is $39,388; cost of living is 13.3% below the U.S. average.
  • Wichita Falls, Texas: Median home value is $91,300; cost of living is 13.2% below the U.S. average.
  • Temple, Texas: Median home value is $$113,200; cost of living is 12.9% below the U.S. average.
  • Augusta, Georgia: Median home value is $102,800, cost of living is 12.9% below the U.S. average.

Find out how far your salary will go in another city with the CNN Money cost of living calculator.

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A new list of the most expensive states to live in the United States has been released. California, Connecticut, and New Jersey are just three of the states who made the cut. Find out who else was called out from USA Today.

Updated on Wednesday, September 17 2014 at 01:39PM EDT
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