You Broke? Move To One Of The 10 Cheapest Cities In America
So it's looking like you're probably not going to suddenly get super rich one day. But that's okay. Instead, you can just fell rich by moving somewhere that's way cheaper.
A new study found the 10 CHEAPEST cities in America, based entirely on their cost of living.
And here are the results:
1. McAllen, Texas.
2. Conway, Arkansas.
3. Harlingen, Texas.
4. Kalamazoo, Michigan.
5. Wichita Falls, Texas.
6. Knoxville, Tennessee.
8. Jonesboro, Arkansas.
9. Oklahoma City.
10. Brownsville, Texas.
I've lived in Jonesboro, Arkansas for a year in 2006. And I can attest to this study with first hand knowledge!
I tell people all the time I have never had so much money left in the bank than when I was living in Jonesboro. It was a great town with friendly people in the middle of "God's country". The landscape in and around Jonesboro was amazing. We were 45 minutes away from Memphis and a few hours away from Branson, MO with its beautiful mountains and streams!
I still goat kick myself to this day that we never traveled to St. Louis and Nashville when we lived there.
My wife and I enjoyed our time there and still wish to this day that it had lasted longer!