15 Cities Millennials Can Still Afford To Buy a Home

Homeownership has become exceedingly more difficult for young professionals. Here are some areas around the country where millennials may still have a chance!

Nicknamed the “Little Apple,” Manhattan, Kansas, might not be as metropolitan as its Northeast counterpart, but it is much more affordable for young homeowners. Plus, new jobs are moving there. See which!

Manhattan, Kansas

A thriving downtown, & home to the University of Wyoming & the lucrative oil industry. Plus wind farms & uranium fields—in addition to the Powder River Basin coal seams—has also done a lot to grow Casper’s economy

Casper, Wyoming

40 miles from Salt Lake City, it is best known for its outdoor recreational activities, the large IRS office that is the largest employer in the area, & its three institutes of higher learning—Weber State University, Stevens-Henager College, and Ogden-Weber Applied Technology College.

Ogden, Utah

Home to Fort Stewart, the biggest U.S. Army base east of the Mississippi River. People come for affordability, southern hospitality and proximity to the beach which allows great weather!

Hinesville, Georgia

Iowa city, Iowa

Home to the University of Iowa,  low cost of living & median home price. Low crime, easy access to recreational activities,

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