There are 10 US cities that are the cheapest in the country, the state of Texas has three of them, along with the mid-west holding down four spots. Just making the list at number 10 is a town in Oklahoma called Pryor Creek, it has the nation’s fifth-cheapest cost for miscellaneous items, and ranks 28th for cheapest health care. You can also get around town cheaply as it costs 7% for transportation, which is better than the national average. Along with these living conditions for one-bedroom homes can range from $10,000 to a nice 3-acre home topping off at $995,000.
|English: Oklahoma State Capitol in Oklahoma City. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
|English: Bars at Dickson Street in Fayetteville, Arkansas. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|