Thinking Of Relocating ? Keep These Places In Mind



” In tough times, it may be worth shopping around for the lowest prices. Real personal income gains have remained low during the recovery period, millions of Americans are still out of work, and the cost of living is edging ever upward.

Inflation, as measured by the consumer price or personal consumption expenditures index, is typically the primary gauge that people use to determine if prices are increasing. However, a national average masks region price differences within the U.S. that can be staggering. We already showed the most expensive places to live in the U.S. based on research conducted by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, and now, here are the least expensive:


8) Jefferson City, Missouri


Jefferson City, Missouri



” Unemployment in Jefferson City, Missouri, is an admirable 5.2 percent. The BLS data show that average prices paid by consumers for the mix of goods and services consumed in the area are about 19 percent below the national average.

Sperling’s data show that the average cost of living in Jefferson is 96 percent the national average.Median home cost is 83 percent the national average, while property taxes are below average.”