Flying to the United States is a huge joy on it own, for you to secure a peaceful, beautiful and much affordable city to settle in; is another big joy worthy of celebration, especially if you are coming from one of the countries in Africa.
It is not the day you fixed for your flight to the US, that you would start planning where you will settle in. If you do this, you might just be stranded, and if care is not taken, the United States government may be forced to deport you back to your country. I know you would not want this to happen to you at all.
So, for this not to happen to you, I have brought to your reading pleasure; five cheapest but beautiful cities, where you and your family can enjoy life peacefully. The cities are:-
1. Springfield, Missouri.
This beautiful city can be called the "Queen City of Ozarks" and also the "Birthplace of Route 66". The general cost of living here is 12.2% which is below the national average. The apartment rents are 22% cheaper and also the homes prices are more than half of the nation average.
One thing about Springfield residents is that, they enjoy savings on groceries, transportation and utilities. Some of the culture you can boast of are; the Springfield symphony, Springfield Opera.
2. Morristown Tennessee
Although, this city is small, but it is less than an hour's drive Eastward from the Knoxville, to the Crockett Tavern Museum. Moreover, the housing related matters (Mortgage and rents) are almost 30% lower than the national average. The cost of transportation is also 20%, just below an average American pays.
The health care system and grocery items, also are part of what makes the Morristown one of the cheapest cities for you to live in, in the United States.
3. Wichita Falls, Texas.
This city is the home to the United States Air Force, it is located about 140 miles northwest of Dallas. The Housing expenses run more than 20%, below the national average. The grocery, health care, and transportation systems costs are lower than the national average, so affordable for you.
In case you don't know, North Texas city gets more hotter in the Summer, with 97°C in July. Besides, the cost of utilities are just about 10%.
4. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
The housing cost in Oklahoma City, is just 20% below the national average, in both home and apartments rents prices. The unemployment rate is 5.6%, and it offers a lot of big-city attractions, take for example, the National Softball Hall of Fame and museums.
5. Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
This beautiful city, serves as the home to the University of Southern Mississippi, and the William Carey University; being a Baptist liberal arts college. It also has a lot of galleries, museums, and theatres. The cost of living here, is just about 13.4% below the national average, and the unemployment rate is just 7.2%, as at the year 2020.
In conclusion, if you are thinking of settling down in any of the beautiful cities mentioned above, you are in the right place. Enjoy your stay. Thank you.
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