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This site is located in prime real estate. It is situated about 2kms from the metro line and there are buses available down the road. The house is located in the heart of the city, but is situated at a significant distance from the busy streets. In terms of location, you won’t be finding a better property. The house has 3 master bedrooms, a master kitchen and a number of other features. Sign up now to take a look around.

Additional details

  • Bedrooms: 2.5
  • Built in: 2013
  • Parking: 2 spaces, 1 covered
  • Flooring: Ceramic floor, Carpet
  • Flooring: Ceramic floor, Carpet

Features

  • 2 Stories
  • Back yard
  • Swimming pool
  • Bike path
  • Gazebo
  • Alarm system
  • Security cameras
  • Central cooling

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The Most Affordable Place to Live in the U.S.

There are many reasons as to why you should consider purchasing a cheaper than average house in the amazing country which is America and it starts with your preferences, as well as which phase you’re currently at in your life.

If you’re looking for a place to live on a proper low budget, chances are you’re either a young professional starting out his/her career or you’re starting a family. Those who choose to buy more affordable homes or even just rent them out are also more focused on saving money, because in most cases, they can afford a better or bigger place, but just choose not to and rather save their money.

When choosing an area to live in, you have to consider whether the residential areas are both safe and have a low cost before purchasing. More factors to consider is the cost of general living in the area you’re interested in. Things like food prices, transportation and accessibility to where you need to travel to without having to spend too much money are all things that needs to be planned.

The Cheapest Places to Live in The U.S.

  1. Buffalo, New York City

Offering low residential costs none of the most expensive cities in the world, Buffalo is a popular choice for those who want a taste of the good life in New York, without having to pay those massive costs. Along with their exceptional sports teams, an incredible range of museums, as well as long list of attractions and site seeing opportunities, this is one perfect area to purchase in if you’re a postgraduate starting a new job in the big city. This area in the city is also a great option for married couples who want to start a family or already have kids.

  1. Birmingham, Alabama

Referred to as city filled with magic, Birmingham is another city with low costs of living, perfect temperatures and a lot of variety when it comes to food and culture. With family-friendly neighbourhoods and many different sizes and areas of houses or apartments to choose from, along with incredible view, we’re sure you’ll be able to find exactly what you’re looking for.

 

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  1. Greenville, South Carolina

With consistent weather patterns and a beach that’s only a couple of minutes car ride away, Greenville brings you everything from the perfect lifestyle residential areas to its famous food, museums and increasingly strong employment market.

  1. San Antonio, Texas

With its balanced economy and amazing community of people, this city is nothing short of the more expensive areas in the U.S. It’s definitely not short of a view either. The residents living in Texas is also considered to be extremely health-conscious. There are also plenty of space for more residents to go around as the city is the 7th largest in the entire country.

  1. Kansas City, Missouri

If you’re looking for inexpensive rentals ranging from $850 per month, a lowered cost in living expenses and endless opportunities available in the job market, Kansas City is the place for you. When it comes to paying a mortgage and earning money in Missouri, it will turn out to only take a fraction of your income.

The Best Places to Live in the U.S.

If you were born in the U.S. or you’ve lived there for a long time, then chances are you know the country fairly well. From all 50 states to each city of each state, there’s a lot to remember, especially when you’re comparing cities to each other. Nevertheless, the U.S. is filled with so many amazing cities that it would be hard to forget any of them.

While there is a new selection of what’s considered to be ‘the best’ cities in the U.S. each year, which cities are preferred above any other by its local residents?

Factors to Consider Before Comparing Cities

There are several things to take into consideration before you can decide which cities to choose as the best or favourite in a country as big as the U.S. and these include everything ranging from safety, convenience, the living costs, mortgage costs, educational and medical facilities in the city and whether it suits your lifestyle, as well as the entertainment and culture factor in the city. I mean, could you imagine living in a new city for a few weeks and being bored already? You’d only be setting yourself up for disaster if your new home isn’t able to keep you interested.

Favourite Cities in the U.S.

Juneau, Alaska

With a population of close to 33,000 residents and an average household income of $84,101 annually we’d say Alaskans are pleased with living in a more colder part of the U.S. Besides, who minds the cold when the city of Juneau has tons of history related to Native Americans, European traders and also, American mining prospectors. Along with it’s beautiful coastal and mountain scenery, it’s a sure thing to say that this city is perfect for anyone who enjoys the outdoors.

Monterey Park, California

Well, of course, California is one of the states thrown into the mix of favourites. Just who couldn’t love the beautiful sight of what is LA. Known as the city of the sun with its amazing fantast-like beaches, the up to 63,000 residents get to enjoy everything from views to the best beaches, perfect weather and shopping malls that will make your heart drop. Oh, and if you’re big on food, the city’s got every type of cuisine you could think of. Ranging from Chinese, Spanish, Vietnamese and Japanese, the city includes multicultural restaurants everywhere.

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Pelham, Alabama

Sweet is the Alabama I call my home. Located only a few miles away from Birmingham, which is another amazing city to live in Alabama, Pelham is a city of nearly 22,000 and has one of the fastest growing job growths in all of the country. Situated in the very centre of the state, Pelham is a charming city that includes various activities to choose from like biking, hiking, shopping and yes, an average household income of $66,000 annually. The perfect little town for a family life combined with a career.

Lone Tree, Colorado

If you’re thinking negative about the city’s name, don’t. It’s not a city with a bunch of lonely trees, but rather one such with much to do, an exciting nightlife which includes both music and dance performances, incredible healthcare and educational facilities and various parks to go for a morning stroll. Besides all of those positives, the city also has a smaller population of 14,733 people and a continuous job growth that provides households with an average of $ 116,000 annually. Definitely a good choice.

 

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