10 Least Expensive States to Live In

Last week we took a look at the most expensive states to live in - so what are the cheapest? Check them out! The bottom of the post compares the price differences for the most expensive state versus least expensive state.

  1. Mississippi

  • Average home price (Hattiesburg): $247,812

  • Half gallon of milk: $2.37

  • Monthly energy bill: $153.76

  • 2021 Cost of Living Score: 75 out of 75 points

2. Kansas

  • Average home price (Dodge City): $299,018

  • Half gallon of milk: $2.48

  • Monthly energy bill: $159.30

  • 2021 Cost of Living Score: 74 out of 75 points

3. Oklahoma

  • Average home price (Norman): $316,455

  • Half gallon of milk: $2.14

  • Monthly energy bill: $152.87

  • 2021 Cost of Living Score: 72 out of 75 points

4. Arkansas

  • Average home price (Little Rock): $371,333

  • Half gallon of milk: $1.78

  • Monthly energy bill: $143.00

  • 2021 Cost of Living Score: 71 out of 75 points

5. Missouri

  • Average home price (Kansas City Metro): $299,164

  • Half gallon of milk: $1.87

  • Monthly energy bill: $157.13

  • 2021 Cost of Living Score: 69 out of 75 points

6. Alabama

  • Average home price (Auburn): $309,875

  • Half gallon of milk: $1.80

  • Monthly energy bill: $179.77

  • 2021 Cost of Living Score: 68 out of 75 points

7. New Mexico

  • Average home price (Albuquerque): $329,645

  • Half gallon of milk: $2.10

  • Monthly energy bill: $155.29

  • 2021 Cost of Living Score: 66 out of 75 points

8. Georgia (tie)

  • Average home price (Metro Atlanta): $380,418

  • Half gallon of milk: $1.99

  • Monthly energy bill: $120.82

  • 2021 Cost of Living Score: 65 out of 75 points

8. Tennessee (tie)

  • Average home price (Johnson City): $395,467

  • Half gallon of milk: $1.92

  • Monthly energy bill: $141.46

  • 2021 Cost of Living Score: 65 our of 75 points

10. Indiana

  • Average home price (Bloomington): $339,513

  • Half gallon of milk: $1.39

  • Monthly energy bill: $147.72

  • 2021 Cost of Living Score: 62 out of 75 points

Hawaii (most expensive) VS Mississippi (least expensive):

  • Average home price: $1,386,483 (Hawaii) - $247,812 (Mississippi) = Difference of $1,138,671

  • Half gallon of milk: $4.31 (Hawaii) - $2.37 (Mississippi) = Difference of $1.94

  • Monthly energy bill: $470.38 (Hawaii) - $153.76 (Mississippi) = Difference of $316.62

  • 2021 Cost of Living Score: 75 (Mississippi) - Hawaii (2) = Difference of 73

Source:


https://www.cnbc.com/2021/07/15/these-are-americas-cheapest-states-to-live-in.html

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