Statistics will tell you that the average cost of a home in the U.S. is around $230,000. That, of course, can vary wildly depending on precisely where you wish to live. For many, the American Dream of owning a property looks set to forever remain just that: a fantasy. There are some places, however, that offer attractive monetary incentives to relocate.
1. Tribune, Kansas
Tribune runs a program called The Rural Opportunity Zone. The state seeks to attract more youthful residents by contributing up to $15,000 towards their student loans across five years. And according to a spokesman, they’ve had some success, with 25 out of 55 new inhabitants in Greeley County being direct beneficiaries of the scheme since its launch.