Affordable Places To Live In The US

One big factor to consider when comparing potential homes is affordability, which extends far beyond the home itself and into the surrounding city. 

When considering affordability, keep in mind that the cheapest places to live likely aren’t the fastest growing or in the hottest real estate markets. 

Danville, Illinois
Population: 30,479 Median monthly gross rent: $695 Median monthly homeowner’s costs: $931

Lima, Ohio
Population: 36,659Median monthly gross rent: $667Median monthly homeowner’s costs: $879

Muncie, Indiana
Population: 67,999Median monthly gross rent: $722Median monthly homeowner’s costs: $836

Charleston, West Virginia
Population: 46,536Median monthly gross rent: $735Median monthly homeowner’s costs: $1,174

Rocky Mount, North Carolina
Population: 53,922Median monthly gross rent: $793Median monthly homeowner’s costs: $1,160

El Paso, Texas
Population: 681,728Median monthly gross rent: $837Median monthly homeowner’s costs: $1,255

Johnstown, Pennsylvania
Population: 19,195Median monthly gross rent: $523Median monthly homeowner’s costs: $787

Erie, Pennsylvania
Population: 95,508Median monthly gross rent: $710Median monthly homeowner’s costs: $1,007

Rochester, New York
Population: 205,695Median monthly gross rent: $848Median monthly homeowner’s costs: $1,055

Pueblo, Colorado
Population: 112,361Median monthly gross rent: $799Median monthly homeowner’s costs: $1,133

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