America’s Cheapest Cities Where Everyone Wants to Live Right Now

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40. Odessa, TX
> Total population: 162,124
> Pop. growth due to net migration, 2010-2018: +8.3% (+11,351)
> Cost of living: 4.2% less than nat’l avg.
> Median home value: $148,000
> Median household income: $64,165 (top 25%)

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39. College Station-Bryan, TX
> Total population: 262,431
> Pop. growth due to net migration, 2010-2018: +8.3% (+19,042)
> Cost of living: 6.7% less than nat’l avg.
> Median home value: $213,100
> Median household income: $50,512

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38. Kennewick-Richland, WA
> Total population: 296,224
> Pop. growth due to net migration, 2010-2018: +8.5% (+21,491)
> Cost of living: 3.4% less than nat’l avg.
> Median home value: $248,600 (top 25%)
> Median household income: $64,908 (top 25%)

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37. Bowling Green, KY
> Total population: 177,432
> Pop. growth due to net migration, 2010-2018: +8.5% (+13,518)
> Cost of living: 14.8% less than nat’l avg.
> Median home value: $166,600
> Median household income: $51,365

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36. Lake Havasu City-Kingman, AZ
> Total population: 209,550
> Pop. growth due to net migration, 2010-2018: +8.6% (+17,225)
> Cost of living: 8.8% less than nat’l avg.
> Median home value: $189,300
> Median household income: $46,060 (bottom 25%)