List of the 10 least expensive states in the Union

One of the many considerations on where to live is cost. Cost of living varies greatly from the most costly to the least expensive state.

List of the 10 least expensive states in the Union.

Mississippi is overall the most affordable state to live in the U.S., with a cost of living index of just 83.3, 17% cheaper than the average state. Housing is also very affordable, with a typical home value of just $158,000. Mississippi offers a warm climate and beaches on the Gulf Coast.

Mississippi

With a population of just under 3 million, Kansas offers affordable living, coming in 13.5% cheaper than the national average. An increase in the standard of life for the typical family might also be attributable to a higher median household income.

Kansas

With a population of just under 3 million, Kansas offers affordable living, coming in 13.5% cheaper than the national average. An increase in the standard of life for the typical family might also be attributable to a higher median household income.

Alabama

The cost of living in Oklahoma is lower than the national average, ranking only slightly above the next-cheapest state, Alabama. The Sooner State has a lot to offer, what with its low housing costs and diverse economy.

Oklahoma

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