The Cost of Living is Low in Kentucky’s I-71 Corridor
Your dollar goes a lot further in our region. Located within the I-71 Corridor, Carroll, Gallatin, Henry, Oldham and Owen counties are approximately 45-minutes from Louisville and Cincinnati - two cities experiencing major growth. Still many families prefer the low cost of living and the safety of a smaller rural community - the type of community found within Kentucky’s I-71 Corridor. Affordable housing prices, low property taxes and low energy rates all contribute to our region’s affordability.
This low cost of living, combined with good schools and excellent outdoor recreation, makes this connected region the perfect area to grow and thrive. The median age of 40.3 is full of hard working, warm and welcoming individuals and we invite your family to join them.
Low Housing Costs
Kentucky has a lower cost of living than many states. Still, additional savings can be found within the I-71 Corridor.
Carroll County’s cost of living is just 76.7% of the national average and the median home price is only $122,300!
Gallatin County’s cost of living is just 85.6% of the national average and the median home price is only $123,474!
Henry County’s cost of living is just 86.9% of the national average and the median home price is only $141,680!
Oldham County’s savings come from the healthcare sector where families spend just 84.8% of the national average to receive care. Utilities are also more affordable, costing 94.4% of the national average.
Owen County’s cost of living is just 80.2% of the national average and the median home price is only $111,371!