1.Memphis, the cheapest city to live in the United States.
The average home value is just $ 98.300. Renting is also good: $ 709 approximately. Still, it’s important to know that 10% of the population is unemployed.
- Columbus, Ohio
Columbus, with just over 800 thousand inhabitants, is a city to consider.
The average household income is almost $ 44,000 per year, and the unemployment rate is only 4.4 percent.
- Omaha, Nebraska
A good choice for immigrants as:
-Wages are high in comparison to the cost of living
- Tulsa, Oklahoma
Currently, Tulsa is one of the cities where renting an apartment is cheaper than anywhere else with an average of $ 604 per month. Its unemployment rate is lower than the national average.
Finally, although Tulsa is a small town, as it doesn’t reach the 400 thousand inhabitants, its metropolitan area reaches almost a million.