The 10 Lowest-Cost States in the U.S.

With many companies embracing remote work even in the post-pandemic era, more and more Americans have the option to reconsider where they live.


Mississippi offers a warm climate and beaches on the Gulf Coast. Its largest city is Jackson, with a metropolitan population of just under 600,000.


Kansas offers affordable living, coming in 13.5% cheaper than the national average.

Alabama boasts a diverse economy with aerospace, education, health care, manufacturing, and more employers.



With affordable housing and a diverse economic landscape, The Sooner State offers many opportunities.


 Tennessee is famous for its influence on country, soul, and gospel music, and the state also has many colleges and universities.


The Atlanta metropolitan area is the 9th most populous in the United States, with more than six million residents.

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