Three North Carolina towns make the list of the cheapest cities to live in

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Having three cities on the list is pretty good. Real estate data website PropertyShark recently ranked three cities in North Carolina among the cheapest in the United States to live in in good weather.

What are the reasons for these results? In order to compile a list of the 15 cheapest cities with the best climate, Property Shark examined the cost of housing and calculated the climate quality of American cities with more than 150,000 inhabitants. In addition, homeowners were only included in the list if they spent less than 30% of their income on housing. For the statistics, PropertyShark also took into account the number of clear days, rainy days, windy days and days with extreme weather conditions, which means temperatures above 90 degrees or below 32 degrees.

The list was topped by Charlotte, our very own crown jewel. Due to its moderate cost of living, well-paying jobs, affordable housing, and year-round mild weather, Charlotte ranked first. Raleigh’s Affordability Index is 21%, as her median income is $67,266 and her median home sale price is $230,250.

This earned him a second place on the entire list. Only 46 days had to do with extreme weather conditions in Charlotte compared to most other cities. Indeed, 63 days were colder than freezing and only 46 days were linked to extreme heat. The city of Greensboro, North Carolina ranked fifth and third on the list. Check below the list of 15 cheapest and best weather cities to live in.

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