20 Most Affordable Cities

[Based on Home Prices]

20 Most Affordable Cities

20 Most Affordable Cities

20 Most Affordable Cities

Home is where the heart is, but it can also be where all the money is. Housing is one of the biggest living expenses adults incur on a regular basis.

Whether someone is renting or buying, finding a good deal is usually the goal. Learning about local housing market trends can be helpful.

Huntsville, Alabama

U.S. News ranked Huntsville as the most affordable place to live out of their ranking of the 150 most populous metro areas in the United States for two years in a row.

Des Moines, Iowa

Des Moines is lower than the national average and that housing prices in the area are decently below the national median, it’s pretty clear why Des Moines is a great place to live! 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

There are multiple universities in the area, such as the prestigious Carnegie Mellon University, that also attract a vibrant and youthful population. 

Indianapolis, Indiana

Indianapolis has a lively downtown area that is quite walkable and full of fun things to do while taking advantage of big-city amenities.  

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Warm weather all year-round and close access to the Mississippi River lends the city a romantic feel. 

Cincinnati, Ohio

 This city can offer tons of great amenities from museums, to professional sports teams, to a bevy of great restaurants.

Buffalo, New York

Buffalo is currently experiencing a sort of renaissance thanks to a rapidly developing waterfront and being home to one of the nation’s most advanced medical corridors.

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