Dayton, Ohio is Ranked Number Two for Most-Affordable Cities in America

night shot posted its list of the Top 10 Affordable Places To Live in the U.S., and Dayton, Ohio ranked near the top at number two. Factors for the rankings included cost of living for health care, food, housing and transportation as well as state taxes.

  • Daytonians spend nearly 8% less in combined living expenses than the average American
  • Median home value of $69.600 is 33% below the national average
  • Groceries and health care costs are less than most other cities
  • Lots to do in the city from sports to cultural events to museums

See the article about Dayton here and the overall rankings here.

What city ranked #1? Round Rock, Texas.

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Cincinnati, Ohio is Named the Top Best Place to Retire 2013

Cincinnati, Ohio

Thinking about becoming a RL or RM (retired lady or retire man)? Then consider living in Cincinnati, Ohio which was named as the Top Best Place to Retire for 2013.

Why Cincinnati?

  • Highly ranked hospitals
  • Housing that is affordably priced
  • Lots of culture and arts
  • Great parks
  • Continuing education programs

What other cities made the top 10 list? St. Louis, Baton Rouge, Provo, Pittsburgh, Roanoke, Knoxville, Birmingham, Cedar Rapids and Syracuse.

See the ranking article here.