The 25 Cheapest Cities in the U.S.

Businessweek.com highlights The 25 Cheapest Cities in the U.S.  The cities were determined by using Price data collected over the last year by the Council for Community & Economic Research (C2ER)—a group in Arlington, Va., that tracks housing, transport, health-care, grocery, and other costs in more than 340 urban areas around the country. The top 3 cheapest cities on the list are:

1. Harlingen, Tex.
Monthly rent for 2-br apartment: $659
Monthly house payment: $847
Gallon gas: $2.650
Hamburger: $3.31
Half-gallon milk: $1.99

2. Pueblo, Colo.
Monthly rent for 2-br apartment: $723
Monthly house payment: $783
Gallon gas: $2.658
Hamburger: $3.20
Half-gallon milk: $1.84

3. Pryor Creek, Okla.
Monthly rent for 2-br apartment: $603
Monthly house payment: $841
Gallon gas: $2.630
Hamburger: $2.99
Half-gallon milk: $2.03

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