Most Affordable Cities in the US To Move To Now
Pittsburgh: beloved for its booming restaurant/brewery scene, downtown skyline, arts/culture/entertainment, & parks. Median rent $1,400/m
Montgomery is an appealing place to live with a rising job market, great weather, lots of outdoor activities, American history, arts, dining & nightlife. Median rent is $900/mo.
Jacksonville has perfect weather, strong economy, lots of jobs & outdoor activities. Median rent is $1,400/month. Enjoy the beach & city just a short drive away!
Fort Wayne is great for job seekers w/ low cost of living! Nature trails, access to other cities, & thriving arts scene. Median rent ~$1,000/mth.
Cleveland is a cultural epicenter w/the Rock & Roll HOF, art museum & orchestra. It has great dining & sports fans. Median rent is $1,300/mo.
Wichita is the largest city in Kansas, but still one of the least congested. It offers excellent healthcare, great weather, and is very safe. Median rent is $800/month, making it an ideal place for living.
St. Louis offers diverse culture, plenty of activities, and an affordable median rent of $1,100/mo. Enjoy new foods, museums, theater and parks near the Mississippi River.
Boise is a fast-growing city with great work-life balance, microbreweries, restaurants, coffee shops, and culture. Median rent is $1,500/mo.
Buffalo, NY, aka "The City of Good Neighbors," is known for its nightlife, education, & urban/suburban living. Median rent is around $1,200/mo.
Kalamazoo is a city with big-city life & a close-knit community. It has colleges, parks, outdoor festivals & the country's first outdoor pedestrian mall. Median rent is about $1,200/mo.