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Cities with the lowest and highest living costs

  • Compared to 2019 the cost of living has risen an average of 7.33% in at least 75 cities.
  • The combined population of the 75 cities account for 18% of the total US population.
  • $1,200 stimulus checks like those distributed in April 2020 wouldn’t completely cover one month of living costs, even in the most affordable cities.
  • Three Texas cities rank among our 15 least expensive cities, giving Texas a stronger showing than any other state.

15 Cities with the Lowest Cost of Living

  1. El Paso, TX
  2. Wichita, KS
  3. Lincoln, NE
  4. Tucson, AZ
  5. Lexington, KY
  6. Albuquerque, NM
  7. Corpus Christi, TX
  8. Mesa, AZ
  9. Louisville, KY
  10. Omaha, NE
  11. Memphis, TN
  12. Greensboro, NC
  13. Tulsa, OK
  14. Virginia Beach, VA
  15. Plano, TX

15 Cities with the Highest Cost of Living

  1. San Francisco, CA
  2. New York City, NY
  3. Oakland, CA
  4. Boston, MA
  5. San Jose, CA
  6. Washington DC
  7. Seattle, WA
  8. Los Angeles, CA
  9. San Diego, CA
  10. Arlington, VA
  11. Irvine, CA
  12. Santa Ana, CA
  13. Honolulu, HI
  14. Newark, NJ
  15. Long Beach, CA

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