Michigan is the famous state of United States due to its location in the Great Lake and Midwestern regions. Large area is densely covered by forest making it attractive for hunters and tourists. It is the amalgam of cultures having both urban and rural, blue collar and white collar, liberal and conservative. Thus value of living or property also varies across the state. Some are most expensive while some are cheap and affordable. Here is the brief overview of some cheap places in Michigan
It covers an area of 14.22km2 on the tip of Upper Peninsula. It is the city of Native Americans offering affordable opportunities for everyone. Average selling price for a home is $73,400 making it cheaper than many cities of Michigan. According to 2010 censes it has population of about 8700 individuals. It has so many upgraded restaurants, galleries, salons and different community festivals, art shows for local people. It has humid climate with degrees below zero in winters.
It is a small city covering land of 9.58km2 in the Calhoun County in south of Lower Peninsula. It has average selling price of $69,000 making this place affordable to buy/live. Censes of 2010 shows this city inhabit 5260 individuals. Disc golf courses offered in this city is one of the best across the state. Other than that it has plenty of beautiful parks, ponds and zoos. Famous Springfield parks are Begg Park, B.Carol Hinton Park and Upton Park.
It is the most populous city on the western shores of Michigan covering an area of 47.13km2. Average selling price of house in this city is $68,800 cheaper than most of its neighboring cities. It has a population of 37287 according to 2010 Censes. It has several breathtaking beaches along the Lake Michigan and Lake Muskegon. It is famous for its high rated public schools across the state. For artists one of the most famous art program “Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp” is hosted by this city.
It is the only City of Jackson County and located in south central region of Lower Peninsula. Average selling price in this city is $66,700, thus attracted many immigrants at the start of automotive movement. It has the population of 164,422 according to Censes 2010. It is famous for “Cascade Falls Park” that is one of the largest man-made waterfalls of country making it a tourist attraction. It has plenty of sport activities, parks and ample trials.
It covers 11.65km2 area in Calhoun County in the south central region of Lower Peninsula. Average selling price in this city is $57,600 making it the cheapest city of Michigan. Censes report of 2010 shows it has population of only 8477 individuals. Albion is famous for its college named as “Albion College” that is undergraduate college for liberal arts. This city faces worst crime rate with 46/1000 persons so chances of becoming a victim is very strong.