What is the cheapest place to live in California?

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asked Oct 22, 2020 in Real Estate - Renting by DavidVon (910 points)
What is the cheapest place to live in California?

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answered Oct 22, 2020 by Christeen (62,780 points)
The cheapest place to live in California is Oxnard California.

Other cheaper places to live in California besides Oxnard California are Vacaville California, Camarillo California, Ventura California and Simi Valley California.

Most other places in California are very expensive to live in.

Those places are not the best places in California to live but they are best when considering they are cheaper than the other places in California to live.

The reason so many people are moving out of California and into other states is because of the extremely high cost of living and the regulations and laws as well as the wildfires.

Living in California costs a fortune and if you're making $8,000.00 per month to $10,000.00 per month in California you're barely making it and likely living paycheck to paycheck.

But if you were making $8,000.00 to $10,000.00 per month in other places such as Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Texas etc then you would be doing good and be considered wealthy.

California has high taxes, high income taxes, high property taxes, high housing costs, high vehicle registration costs etc.

A lot of California Streets are also getting run down and dangerous even for kids to play on.

Drug users are hanging out shooting up needles etc.

California is really expensive to live in.

In fact California is so expensive to live in that a lot of people are moving out of California and moving to other states such as Kansas, Idaho, Delaware, Texas, Arkansas etc.

California was a nice place to live but California is getting so expensive to live and the income tax rate is too expensive as well.

If you work or make income in California they tax your income at least 50 percent.

So around 50 percent of your income goes to income taxes.

Also housing prices are expensive and so are real estate taxes.

A modest fixer upper home could cost you $150,000 to $200,000.00 and a nice home could cost you $400,000.00 to $500,0000.00

Then the real estate taxes can cost you $1,000.00 to $5,000.00 per month or more.

Not only the expensive part but California also has a lot of regulations such as smog checks on vehicles, and the wildfires are also getting out of control.

People are selling their homes in California and taking the profit and moving to cheaper states.

For example in Kansas you can get a nice home for $80,000.00 to $100,000.00 but in California the home you bought for that price would be a fixer upper.

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