29 Cheapest Places To Live In The U.S.

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Oklahoma City

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The capital and largest city of Oklahoma, with a metropolitan population exceeding 1.25 million, offers incredibly affordable prices for goods and services despite its size. Even though it was struck by thirteen strong tornadoes, the city manages to keep its housing costs, both mortgage and rent, roughly 28% lower than the national average.
Home to the tallest buildings such as the Devon Energy Center and the Chase Tower, Oklahoma’s skyscrapers house many businesses that help boost the city’s economy. Residents and newcomers can find job opportunities in Oklahoma’s diversified sectors, including administration, health care, information technology, and services. Among the major employers with thousands of people in their workforce are the United States Federal Aviation Administration, Integris Health, and the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. Aside from many job prospects, the city also has a low unemployment rate.
Cost of Living: 85.4
Median Home Value: $135,100
City Population: 1.25 million
Median Household Income: $51,581
Unemployment Rate: 3.0%