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These are the cheapest neighborhoods to live in per square foot

This report from American Home Shield reveals the neighborhoods with the lowest home prices in the United States.

A recent report from American Home Shield revealed the prices of homes in the United States, which vary greatly from one state to another. This study is based on data from more than 22,000 neighborhoods collected by, focusing primarily on prices per square foot.

According to this analysis, the neighborhoods with the lowest price per square foot are in the northeast, Midwest, and on from the country. Wood in the house in North Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, topped the list with $29 per square foot, followed by West Jackson in Hinds County, Missouri, and Downtown Gary in Lake County, Indiana, as well as U$D 32 per square kilometer.

These locations, while offering more affordable properties, may present challenges such as a lack of job opportunities or limited housing options.

Living in the United States: which neighborhoods are the cheapest for housing?

This analysis provides valuable insight into the diversity of housing prices in the United States. Below are the neighborhoods with the cheapest home prices per square foot.

  • Homewood, North Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, U$D 29 a pie cuadrado
  • West Jackson, Hinds County, Missouri, U$D 32 per pie cuadrado
  • Downtown Gary, Lake County, Indiana, U$D 32 per pie cuadrado
  • Metawanee Hills, Genesee County, Michigan, $32 per square foot
  • Uptown Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee: U$D 33 per pie cuadrado
  • Wells/Goodfellow, St. Louis City, Missouri, U$D 33 per square foot
  • Onyx, Lucas County, Ohio, $34 per square foot
  • Queensborough, Caddo Parish, Louisiana $35 per square foot
  • Industry, Delaware County, Indiana $35 per square foot
  • Roosevelt, Lucas County, Ohio, U$D 35 per pie cuadrado

What are the most expensive neighborhoods to live in in the United States?

On the other hand, the most expensive neighborhood is South of Market in San Francisco, California, with an amazing price of U$5,415 per square foot. Buying a property in this area can cost around $5.4 million for a 1,000-square-foot apartment. Full list below:

  • South of Market, San Francisco, California, $5,415 per square foot
  • Northwest Auburn, Placer County, California, U$D 4 416 by pie cuadrado
  • Old Town Carpinteria, Santa Barbara County, California, $4,129 per square foot
  • Downtown Bellevue, King County, Washington, U$D 3 619 by pie cuadrado
  • Port Royal, Collier County, Florida $3,375 per square foot
  • Aqualane Shares, Collier County, Florida $3,132 per square foot
  • Stinson Beach, Marin County, California, U$D 2 988 by pie cuadrado
  • Star, Palm and Hibiscus Islands, Miami/Dade County, Florida, U$D 2 861 por pie cuadrado
  • Crystal Cove, Orange County, California, U$D 2 771 by pie cuadrado
  • Casa del Largo, Palm Beach County, Florida, $2,754 per square foot
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