New study: three Hoosier cities among top 10 lowest cost of living nationally
Three Indiana cities are ranked among the top 10 in the nation for having the lowest cost of living. The rankings from Niche.com were determined by metrics including home value, rent, gas prices and property taxes. Fort Wayne and Evansville are ranked numbers one and two, respectively, for the second consecutive year. South Bend improved three spots to number 3 on the list as well. Indianapolis also improved its ranking this year, moving up seven spots to number 18. Niche.com uses numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau and the Bureau of Labor Statistics to determine the rankings.
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