Top 10 U.S. Inexpensive Cities

Fayetteville, Arkansas

If you thought a low cost of living meant a low quality of life, Fayetteville has shops, restaurants, galleries, and recreational venues. 

Springfield, Illinois

Transportation, groceries, and healthcare are all affordable, and the median income of $53,405 shows that not all affordable cities have low-income expectations.

Joanna, South Carolina

The median home value of $51,500 will appeal to buyers, while the average rent cost of $438 will attract renters.

Des Moines, Iowa

Des Moines, Iowa may not be a top tourist destination, but it offers plenty of benefits, including affordable housing


Brackettville, Texas

The median income of $31,875 isn't much, but most houses sell for $55,200, so you won't need it.

Memphis, Tennessee

 Its $813 median monthly rent will suit your budget. A nice meal costs $13, and other everyday items are cheaper here than in Nashville.


Industrial style as the name implies, draws inspiration from a warehouse or an urban loft. There’s a sense of unfinished rawness in many of the elements.


Huntsville, Alabama

Huntsville excels in housing costs, but food, transportation, and other necessities cost about the same. A nice family house costs $167,300, or $779 to rent.

Kalamazoo, Michigan

The typical rental unit is $952, while the average dinner costs $13.50, according to Yahoo. However, saving on outgoings reduces incomings.

Fort Wayne, Indiana

The cost of groceries, utilities, gas, transportation, and health care is far below the national average

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