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Like Saving Money? Here Are the 15 Best Places to Live (and 15 Worst)
Investigation of 100 U.S. cities finds the best and worst cities to live if you’re trying to save money

Like Saving Money? Here Are the 15 Best Places to Live (and 15 Worst)
Investigation of 100 U.S. cities finds the best and worst cities to live if you’re trying to save money

07:15 ET from GOBankingRates

LOS ANGELES, April 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — People looking to improve their financial well-being might need to move across the country. In a new report on where people should live if they want to save money, personal finance website GOBankingRates.com ranks the 100 largest U.S. cities by population from best to worst on seven essential factors affecting people’s ability to save.

Most of the best cities for saving money are located in the South and West, including cities in Arizona, Texas and Oklahoma, while 13 out of the 15 worst cities for saving money are in California.



For its second annual Best and Worst Cities for Saving Money report, the seven factors GOBankingRates assessed include:

Sales tax
Median home list price
Median rent price
Median household income
Unemployment rate
Average reported gas prices
Grocery costs
“If you’re looking for an affordable place to live that will leave enough money in your budget to stash in savings, consider the South, Southwest or Midwest,” said Cameron Huddleston, Life + Money columnist for GOBankingRates. “Most of the best cities for savers are in these regions, where housing costs and everyday expenses are relatively low.”

15 Best Cities for Saving Money

15 Worst Cities for Saving Money

1. Gilbert, Ariz.

1. San Francisco

2. Plano, Texas

2. Los Angeles

3. Lubbock, Texas

3. Oakland, Calif.

4. Kansas City, Mo.

4. Irvine, Calif.

5. Chandler, Ariz.

5. Anaheim, Calif.

6. Virginia Beach, Va.

6. New York

7. San Antonio

7. Santa Ana, Calif.

8. Fort Wayne, Ind.

8. Miami

9. Omaha, Neb.

9. Fresno, Calif.

10. Tulsa, Okla.

10. San Diego

11. Arlington, Texas

11. Stockton, Calif.

12. Austin, Texas

12. Long Beach, Calif.

13. Oklahoma City

13. San Jose, Calif.

14. Colorado Springs, Colo.

14. Bakersfield, Calif.

15. Garland, Texas

15. Sacramento, Calif.

Additional Insights:

The median list price of a home in San Francisco, the No. 1 worst city for saving money, is over three times more than the median list price in Gilbert, Ariz., the No. 1 best city for saving money.
The difference between the highest median income ― found in Fremont, Calif. ― and the lowest median income ― found in Detroit ― is $77,496.
The range of median monthly rent extends by a whopping $4,000 ― it is $650 in Fort Wayne, Ind., and $4,650 in San Francisco.
Sources used to compile the ranking include Census Bureau, TaxFoundation.org, Zillow, U.S. Census QuickFacts, Bureau of Labor Statistics, GasBuddy and Numbeo. All seven factors were weighted equally. For the complete methodology, refer to the article.

About GOBankingRates

GOBankingRates.com is a leading portal for personal finance and consumer banking information, offering visitors the latest on everything from finding a good interest rate to strategies for saving money, investing for retirement, and getting a loan. Its editors are regularly featured on top-tier media outlets, including U.S. News & World Report, Forbes, Business Insider, Daily Finance, and more. It specializes in connecting consumers with the best financial institutions and banking products nationwide.


Katie Johnston, Media Relations
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