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We think they should also celebrate the fact that their city has the most affordable home prices compared to their income.


If you go northeast from Hornell towards the Canadian border, you will find Ogdensburg, which is the second most affordable city in New York.


Massena has the sixth best ratio of income to home price in the state. The median income in Massena is $45,504, and the median home price is $80,900. 




If you give us a New York minute, we'll explain why Hornell is the fourth most affordable city in the Empire State for 2022.


Herkimer, a town of 6,912 people 20 minutes southwest of Utica, is the fifth-cheapest place to live in New York. 


Since a good education helps you make money and money makes people happy, we're pretty sure you'll want to call the cheap Olean home. 

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Niagara Falls

The city of Niagara Falls is in Niagara County, which is in the U.S. state of New York. As of the 2010 census, there were 50,193 people living in the city. 


The next stop on our tour of the cheapest places in New York is Fulton, a city of 11,209 people named after the man who invented the steamboat.




Newark is an American village in the county of Wayne in the state of New York. It is 35 miles south of Rochester and 48 miles west of Syracuse.


Rome is an American city in the central part of the state of New York. It is in Oneida County. At the 2010 census, 33,725 people lived there.

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