These 7 Cities Are Becoming More Affordable

Inflation Got You Down?

Inflation has caused the cost of living to be unbearable for many Americans. The rise in prices is nearly unavoidable no matter where you are, but there are still places all over the country that are more affordable to live in than New York or San Francisco.

Although some locations around the country are becoming more expensive to live in (Seattle and Boston), there are others that are slowly becoming more affordable, especially for families.

While this does not necessarily mean housing will be cheap, the cost of living in certain locales is dropping a bit.

Detroit will become more affordable as employers continue to offer remote work options and people realize they don't need to live in major metropolitan areas to have access to good jobs.


Austin will also become more affordable as the effects of the pandemic linger and people continue to work from home.


Although the desert climate might not be for everyone, its sunny days and warm nights make it an appealing option for those coming from the cold of the north.


Atlanta has always been a relatively affordable place to live. But as businesses relocate from New York and San Francisco, living in Atlanta will become an even better deal.


Pittsburgh is predicted to become more affordable for people as they look to relocate from expensive east coast cities like Philadelphia and Boston. The downtown area has been revitalized and the growing tech industry makes it an attractive location for people looking for a more affordable living situation.


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