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Did you know there are affordable places to live and study in the USA? Most international students from around the world are not necessarily rich. For this reason, we would like to share with you five of the most affordable places to live and study in the USA:

  1. Idaho Falls (Idaho): A great option for students who want to study in the United States, with the possibility of renting a home (as a better option would be to rent together with other students or friends), since the general cost of housing in this city is below average national expenditure. Possibly you could rent a house for $655, while in other places, a similar property could have a cost of $870.
  2. Conway (Arkansas): This town is located 30 miles from Little Rock. The public services, health, among others to mention, in this city are cheaper in comparison to other places. Going to the doctor costs less than 17% of the general average, as a dental check may cost 23% less than the national average, this can be of great benefit, especially if you are a student with medical conditions and you need regular check-ups of any kind.·
  3. Springfield (Illinois): We are 150% sure that you have heard of this place thanks to the famous program of The Simpsons and let us tell you that it is a great place to live, besides comfortable. The value of a medium-sized home is 39% below the country’s average, in other words, renting a home in this town would cost almost half the price of a home in Chicago or New York. In this locality the rate for telephone and electric services is 15.2% lower than the national average, this is a great benefit, which will help you save a few dollars.
  4. Wichita Falls (Texas): A nice city to live, where the prices and the rent of a house can be quite economical, especially for the students who dedicate to their academic duties full time. As a matter of general interest, in this city there is a relatively low unemployment rate. This would be a benefit for those young students who, after completing their studies, would be looking for a job within the United States.
  5. Norman (Oklahoma): A city with high incomes, considered as a place with a low unemployment rate, as well as the cost of living. Health and housing are particularly affordable compared to other cities, which is reflected in the low costs associated with renting and the completely reasonable prices of medical visits. All of the above, can be a great benefit for any young student, seeking to meet their dream of studying in the United States.

About Alex Moraes:

Today, Alex is an entrepreneur who triple majored in Economics, Public Administration and Political Science & Government at Lindenwood University. In addition to his studies, Alex works as a Marketing & Advertising Director at Synergy Alliance, powered by Gershman Mortgage, St. Louis major residential and commercial financing institution. Furthermore, Alex helps international students study abroad in the USA and Australia through his online college consulting business MOLA Leadership.

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