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Looking for a cheap house in a no-so cheap market? It’s a challenge, since prices just keep climbing.

That said, there are still some cities in America where it’s fairly inexpensive to snag that first home. Read on for the 10 cheapest cities in America to buy a house in 2022, according to LocalRecordsOfficies.com!

  • 15 Cheapest Cities in America to Buy a House in 2022

    This list is via LocalRecordsOfficies.com.

  • 1. Detroit, MI

    Detroit’s median home price is $32,600.

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  • 2. Buffalo, NY

    The median home price is $51,000.

  • 3. Toledo, OH

    The average home price is $51,200.

  • 4. Cleveland, OH

    The median price of a home is just under $50,000.

  • 5. Tampa, FL

    The median price of a home is $120,000.

  • 6. Augusta, GA

    The median price of a home is $74,600.

  • 7. Philadelphia, PA

    The median price for a home in Philly is around $104,000, but other factors make some homes much less expensive in the area.

  • 8. Youngstown, OH

    The median price of a home is less than $40,000.

  • 9. Akron, OH

    The median price of a home is $55,600.

  • 10. Lynchburg, VA

    The cost of living is 11.4% below the U.S average.

  • 11. Temple, TX

    The cost of living is right under 12.3% below the U.S. average.

  • 12. Morristown, TN

    Rent and mortgage prices are about 30% lower than the national average.

  • 13. Wichita Falls, TX

    The cost of living is 13.2 below the U.S. average.

  • 14. Hattiesburg, MS

    The cost of living is 13.4% is below the U.S. average.

  • 15. Fayetteville, AK

    The cost of living is 16.9% below the U.S. average.

  • EXTRA: The cheapest states to buy a home in 2022

    Here are the cheapest states to buy a home in 2022 via WorldPopulationReview.com:

  • 1. Mississippi

    The median home value of is $114,500.

  • 2. West Virginia

    The median home value is $115,000.

  • 3. Arkansas

    The median home value is $123,300.

  • 4. Oklahoma

    The median home value is $130,900.

  • 5. Kentucky

    The median home value is $135,300.

  • 6. Indiana

    The median home value is $135,400.

  • 7. Alabama

    The median home value is $137,200.

  • 8. Ohio

    The median home value is $140,000.

  • 9. Iowa

    The median home value is $142,300.

  • 10. Kansas

    The median home value is $145,400.