Cheaper isn’t always better, but when it comes to finding an affordable city to call home, budget is a top consideration. Here’s a list of the cheapest places to live in the US that you’d want to reside in. All 15 of the cities listed have stable economies, low housing costs, plenty of job opportunities, and lots of cultural and recreational activities.
15. Life on the Range Is Pretty Appealing in Omaha, Nebraska
Omaha boast a lot of pluses for the discriminating buyer. Homes go for about $80,000 less than the national average, and job prospects are healthy. If you’re into a less crowded metro experience, it provides all of the amenities of a big city with less population density and half the expenses. For example, this four bedroom, two bathroom, 2,121 square foot home in a desirable neighborhood of Omaha recently listed for $145,000.