Forbes magazine ranks the Greater Louisville economy one the 100 cheapest metro areas in which to live across the country. The compiled information from Moody’s Economy.com, Wells Fargo Bank and the National Association of Homebuilders was released on Realtor.org, the website for the members of the National Association of Realtors.
The country was split into nine (9) regions, highlighting the top three cheapest places to live taking into consideration four (4) quality of life considerations,
1. rate of violent crime
3. average salary for college grads
4. cultural opportunities.
One of the areas to make the cut of all 380 metropolitan areas analyzed is the Greater Louisville, Kentucky and Southern Indiana area! You go Kentuckiana!