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of the Northwest Arkansas region. Located in
the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, these inviting
cities have much to offer America and the world.
Fayetteville and its sister cities, Springdale,
Bentonville and Rogers, have consistently enjoyed
a well-earned reputation for economic development
and quality of life among thousands of cities across
the United States. Fayetteville a remarkably fun
city is a perfect example of small - town - America
- with - big - city - amenities. Activities ranging
from Broadway shows to live entertainment, Art Expo NWA Events, hiking
trails to marine adventures, park recreation to
community festivals, AM Railroad passenger train rides and much more, are part of
what make this city an experience worth reaching
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Fayetteville listed among 10 cheapest places to live in the U.S.
Fayetteville was one of two cities in Arkansas to be named in a list of the least expensive cities to live in around the U.S.
Based on the price of housing, utilities, grocery items, transportation, health care, and miscellaneous goods and services, CBS’ Moneywatch put together a list of the ten cheapest places to live.
Citing an overall cost of living as being 15.4 percent lower than the national average, Moneywatch named Fayetteville as the No. 4 least expensive city to live in. Besides modest average home prices and relatively inexpensive food costs, the list notes that a trip to the movies is over $3 cheaper per ticket in Fayetteville, compared to New York City.
Conway, Ark. was listed as No. 8 with a 13.8 percent lower cost of living than the national average.