10 Most Inexpensive Places to Live in America

Harlingen, Texas: Located in the Rio Grande Valley, Harlingen is known for its low cost of living, particularly in terms of housing and healthcare costs.

McAllen, Texas: Also in the Rio Grande Valley, McAllen offers affordable living with low housing costs and a favorable climate for those looking to escape colder weather.

Kalamazoo, Michigan: This city offers a unique "Kalamazoo Promise" program, providing free college tuition for students who attend Kalamazoo Public Schools, in addition to its low cost of living.

Joplin, Missouri: With a cost of living below the national average, Joplin is an attractive option for those looking for affordability without sacrificing quality of life.

Tupelo, Mississippi: Known as the birthplace of Elvis Presley, Tupelo offers low housing and living costs, making it an attractive place for both young professionals and retirees.

Conway, Arkansas: Home to several colleges, Conway offers a low cost of living with the benefits of educational and cultural opportunities.

Pueblo, Colorado: Offering a lower cost of living than many other parts of Colorado, Pueblo is attractive for its affordable housing and vibrant arts scene.

Wichita Falls, Texas: With a cost of living well below the national average, Wichita Falls offers affordable housing and a strong sense of community.

Fayetteville, Arkansas: Known for its outdoor activities and vibrant cultural scene, Fayetteville has a relatively low cost of living, especially when compared to other cities in the Northwest Arkansas region.

Knoxville, Tennessee: Offering the charm of the Smoky Mountains nearby, Knoxville has an affordable cost of living, with low housing costs and no state income tax.