Affordable U.S. Cities: 4 of the Best Ones for Retirement

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Topeka (cont.)

The cost of living in the Sunflower State capital is 17.5% below the median cost nationwide, and you will find real estate to still be affordable, despite the fact that the city is an important landmark for the state. You should expect to see an average price of a little over $150,000, which is more than our entries on the list but still extremely affordable when compared to other cities in the country.

Choosing Topeka as your next destination for your home will come with the perk of saving a lot of dollars on utilities, groceries, healthcare, and transportation! However, you should look into the state’s tax guides, as it is known that Kansas is not a tax-friendly state when it comes to retirees and middle-class families.

If the most affordable U.S. cities for you happen to be in either Florida or California, and you cannot find yourself being able to choose between them, do not worry! We have written about the subject, and you can find all the most important details about the two states when compared here.

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