Where Is the Cheapest Town in California to Live?

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California is the third largest and most populous state in the US, located at sundrenched pacific coast. One can stay at Redwood Hollow which is a registered San Diego Historic Site consisting of a total of eleven cottages and duplex homes in a random garden setting. Seven cottages are now operated as a small hotel, and four are private residences.
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central valley (stockton, fresno, modesto, bakersfield) however they are very undesirable places due to hot weather, being in the middle of nowhere, and not much job opportunities.
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Probably Visalia. More info to come when I am on my computer. Embed Quote Via Eugene Kisly.
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The Central Valley pretty much anywhere from Madera to Bakersfiled and Salinas to Orange Cove.
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In the Pacific region, Spokane, WA is the cheapest town to live.In the West
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