– The personal-finance company Kiplinger has ranked the cheapest US cities to live in this year.
– It considered factors like cost of living, unemployment rates, and home values in 267 urban areas.
– Alabama and Texas dominated the list and Harlingen, Texas, secured the top spot.
But there are pockets of the country that could offer a reprieve. The personal-finance company Kiplinger reported America's cheapest cities as of April 2023.
Economic Research, Kiplinger calculated the living expenses for 267 urban areas in the US that had a population of at least 50,000
The study indicated that many of the most budget-friendly cities in America were found in the South, a region renowned for its advantageous income-to-cost ratio