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Living Large for Less: Indiana Cities Have Lowest Cost of Living

Tuesday, July 18, 2017
 

Rankings from Niche.com report top three cities with the lowest cost of living in the nation are all in Indiana.

Niche.com is a ranking website that says it “combines rigorous analysis with authentic reviews to highlight the best places to live and go to school.” Recently, the website released its 2017 rankings for a variety of topics. Using metrics including home value, rent, gas prices and property taxes, all relative to income levels, the site reported the top three cities with the lowest cost of living in the entire United States are:

  1. Fort Wayne, IN
  2. Evansville, IN
  3. South Bend, IN

Indianapolis was also in the top twenty, ranked number 18. Compared to the 2016 rankings, South Bend and Indianapolis moved up a good number of spots each while Fort Wayne and Evansville maintained their top marks at the one and two spots for the second year in a row.

To read more about the rankings and see what other cities are on the list, visit: www.niche.com/places-to-live/search/cities-with-the-lowest-cost-of-living/.