The Cheapest U.S. Cities To Live In — Did Your City Make The List?

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Joplin, Missouri
Average rent: $1,430
Average meal: $10
Median household income: $41,063

Tupelo, Mississippi
Average rent: $906
Average meal: $12
Median household income: $45,161

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Fayetteville, Arkansas
Average rent: $1,432
Average meal: $12
Median household income: $41,158

Fayetteville Arkansas
Fayetteville, Arkansas / Wikimedia Commons

Conway, Arkansas
Average rent: $687
Average meal: $13
Median household income: $46,741

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Pittsburg, Kansas
Average rent: $638
Average meal: N/A
Median household income: $31,948

Pittsburg Kansas
Pittsburg, Kansas / Simple Wikipedia

Do you live in any of these cities? Another study by Clever Real Estate said that there has been a 121% increase in home prices since the ’60s. Yet, there was only a 29% increase in the median household income. These numbers have been adjusted for inflation. It also found that the gap between national home prices and household income just keeps increasing. It is difficult for many people to purchase a home these days!

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