Best Cheapest Places to Live Arizona in 2022

By:- Sahil Luthra

Sun City

Sun City

The average home in this area costs around $243,000, according to recent Zillow estimates. Although mostly retirees occupy the area, young families have recently started moving in.

Nogales/Rio Rico

Nogales/Rio Rico

Its dark skies are beautiful at night, and the town’s historic downtown is a huge draw. On average, a home in Nogales will cost around $150,000.

Casa Grande

Casa Grande

Casa Grande has a population of only 60,000, but it lives up to its name, meaning “big house” in Spanish, with many large affordable properties at an average of $257,000.

Bullhead City

Bullhead City

Known as the Arizona Tri-State Area, this place is uniquely centered between California, Nevada, and Arizona. The Colorado River also bisects this city, giving you access to waterfront property in Arizona!

Mayer

Mayer

Mayer is known as a ghost town. Why would you want to buy a house in a ghost town? However, if you value tranquility, vast, starry night skies, and community, you might want to consider a ghost town.

Coolidge

Coolidge

Coolidge is almost seven times larger than Mayer, but that isn’t saying much! With a population of only 13,000, this area sits around 45 minutes from Phoenix.

Mesa

Mesa

There are plenty of affordable homes in the area, but on average, homes cost around $338,000. Mesa is also one of the largest cities on this list, with a population of 500,000.

Tolleson/Phoenix

Tolleson/Phoenix

The average price of a home in Tolleson is around $270,000, which, for many, is well worth the cost to be so close to the city but still enjoy a small-town aesthetic.

Guadalupe

Guadalupe

It is the center of Yaqui culture and sits right across from the South Mountain Park Reserve. Being slightly south of Tempe, it is also located at the center of the Phoenix Metro area.

Buckeye

Buckeye

While average home prices are at an all-time high of $325,000, the homes in this area are large and typically newer constructions. So if you want the convenience of the big city nearby but a slower day-to-day experience

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