These are the Top 8 Cheapest Towns To Live In, In Montana
Have you been contemplating moving to Montana? Maybe you already live here and the town has gotten so expensive you are having to relocate by no fault of your own. The good news, you can stay in Montana by moving to one of the cheapest towns in Montana.
PropertyClub.NYC has announced its 2023 list of the 8 cheapest Montana towns.
Here are the Top 8, starting with the cheapest (most reasonably priced) towns in Montana.
Miles City: Founded in 1876, Miles City is home to a little over 8000 people, has some really fascinating historical events, and has an average home value of $217k. This makes Miles City the most affordable city in Montana.
Anaconda: For the outdoor enthusiast looking for a more reasonably priced city to still enjoy skiing, fishing, and hunting, Anaconda is just the place for you to call home. Nestled in Deer Lodge National Park, the population doesn't quite hit 10K, and the average home is just over $225k.
Butte: Ahh good ol' Butte America. Butte, known for its gold and silver mining history, you can still enjoy an underground mining tour along with the best St. Patty's Day Celebration in Montana. Less than 40k people make up the town of Butte and you can find an average home price of $271k.
Great Falls: Along the Missouri river you are going to find Great Falls. Along with the Missouri River, you can also enjoy numerous waterfalls throughout the area. Museums, breweries, and around 60k people make it easy to call Great Falls home.
Havre: Along the Canadian border is Havre (Have-er). First established as a railroad city, Havre is home to less than 10k people and is perfect if you are looking for a quiet western town. Home prices are around $300k and you will only be sharing the town with a little over 9k other residents.
Sidney: Bordering North Dakota, Sidney's biggest draw in the past 100 years, was the American Crystal Sugar Factory that brought jobs and security to the small little eastern town. Just a tad over 6k people, this is the place to look if you want the small-town feeling.
Billings: The largest populated city in Montana, Billings offers a variety of jobs, live music, and scenery that one is hoping to find when moving to Montana. With an average home price of around $375k, many people find Billings to be a great "middleman" spot if cities like Bozeman are too expensive.
Helena: The state capitol, Helena, is home to a little over 33k people, home prices average out around $445k, and you will find lots of fun activities to participate in. If you dream of hot springs, skiing, breweries, and live local events, Helena should be on your radar.