When it comes to moving to the U.S. one of the most important things to reconsider are living costs and where is the best place to settle. Mainly, people are looking for the ways to save the money, but America offers you a large variety in landscape, environment, and price. If you are looking for the best cities, which are cheap, but at the same time great and welcoming, check out my list below and in one of them I am currently living.
This is the largest city that Oklahoma offers, and it’s quite affordable compared to its size. Housing expenses here run 28% below the national average, and both houses and apartment rents are included. Considering it has 1.4 million of people, this city offers you a lot of attractions. If you decide to move here, one thing is sure, the job is guaranteed, and you will never get bored.
Conway is a home to many high – tech developed companies, and one of them is Acxiom. The proximity of the Arkansas River and Lake make this city ideal for water sports and relaxation. If you want to peruse an education, you can attend the University of Central Arkansas. Even though the renting and housing expenses are high, they are still below the national average. Another benefit of this city is the relatively low health care costs.
Living in a big city, but without high living costs is a perfect description of this town. Indianapolis is the capital of Indiana and its largest economy center. It has several universities and colleges. Here is located the largest children museum in the world and ticket price is $5 every Thursday in the month. If you are a fan of motor vehicles, head to the Motor Speedway, the famous track which hosts Indy 500 and Brickyard 400 races.
Knoxville is one of the most affordable cities on our list, from rent to transportation, food, and health care. This city is a perfect mixture of urban and rural, and it’s a home to the University of Tennessee and a getaway to the Great Smoky Mountains. This city can offer you a lot of possibilities, and the unemployment rate is 4.5%. If you want to cut down your cost, then this city is perfect for you.
Memphis is one of the cities with the cheapest real estates; you can easily buy a house here below 100k. You also have an opportunity to experience renters benefits because rent is one – third less than the national average. The proximity of the Mississippi River makes Memphis one of the biggest centers for transportation and shipping.
If you are a fan of sports, then this city is perfect for you. The football is the main attraction here, as well as men gymnastics team. This city has the biggest income on this list, which makes it perfect for living. The household costs are close to average one, but overall living costs are far from it.