What is the cheapest place to live in the U.S. which has snowfall and less tornadoes?
I mean with the "cheap" thing is like having a good job and paying less for living
where is the cheapest place to live in the world if you don’t have much money? high school diploma and was in culinary art program at local city college. not interested in any further education, just want to move to foreign country. what language would i need to know in order to live there without problems of communication? would prefer a not highly populated or tourist city/ town. thanks for any possible help.
I want to move from Washington to California. Looking to buy an affordable new home under 0,000. In a good low crime neighborhood. Yuppie type of area. I also don’t want to live super far from any major cities because job opportunities will be sparse in rural areas. I would love to live in SoCal but I know the cost of living is pricier but if anyone knows of any areas in SoCal that happen to be affordable, then let me know! Thanks! =)
I heard places like "Gainesville" or "Jacksonville" are pretty cheap on rent and so on. Thanks for any input.
I have ,000 saved and i want to move abroad. where do you think i will be able to get the cheapest place and where my money will last me the longest or atleast til the time im settled in enough to get a job?
I would love to move to the UK in a year or two- but of course money is the problem. Rent and food wise (also public transport) , where about would be the cheapest places to live? Small towns, shires etc- anything.
I was thinking more of – travel and work visa- rather than just moving there. My sister is in UK right now, travelling and working with no specific qualifications…
Im looking for a place in NYC. What part is the cheapest to live in , Queens, Statan Island, Manhatten, Brooklyn or Bronx? I want to know the CHEAPEST part idc about safety, stuff to do && all that other crap .
Cheapest groceries, cheapest homes, cheapest vehicles, cheapest rental homes as well. What about taxes and gasoline? Utilities and deposits? Childcare?