Norman makes 'Least Expensive City' list | News
If you are looking for a way to save a little money, you may want to turn your sights to Norman.
According to the 2012 Cost of Living Index, Norman is currently ranked as the second least expensive city to live in the United States.
The Norman Economic Development Coalition collected prices of goods and services around the town for the list.
Don Wood, executive director of Norman Economic Development Coalition, said, "Norman has such a high quality of life it is surprising the city is so affordable; this will be a great tool to assist us in our recruiting efforts."
The index compares prices based on consumer goods and services from city-to-city.
Key categories include housing, utilities, grocery items, transportation, health care and miscellaneous goods and services.
However, it excludes taxes and non-consumer expenditures.
The most affordable city in the U.S. is Harlingen, TX, while Ardmore comes in the third spot.