Mississippi is the most affordable state to live in the U.S. with an overall cost of living of 86. Housing (68.4) is the country's cheapest. The average home value is in the hospitality state is $112,000.
Ohio is one of the cheapest states to buy a house in, and, based on 2019 real estate market trends, one of the hottest states to move to in 2019. Home values throughout the state improved by 6.1% since June 2018.
The cheapest place to buy a home are Coolidge, Arizona where property prices are coming in at $34.59 a square foot, that's up almost 10% from last year. Second cheapest is Tonopah, then Arizona City, Youngtown, Tolleson, El Mirage, Casa Grande, Florence, Laveen and Avondale.
Head to Detroit, which has the cheapest homes in America. The city's median home price is less than $35,000, and in certain neighborhoods you can buy homes for even less.