Ilion thinks that their NY pizza is the best, but we think they are the best because they are our most affordable city in New York.
This city in St. Lawrence County is the second most affordable place to buy a home and the 12th most affordable place to rent a place to live.
Massena has the sixth best ratio of income to home price in the state, with a median income of $45,504 and a median home price of $80,900.
When it comes to the ratio of home price to income, Maple City is third. We aren't surprised that it's so cheap.
Herkimer, a town of 6,912 people 20 minutes south of Utica, is the fifth least expensive place to live in New York.
Since a good education helps you make money and money makes people happy, we're pretty sure you'll want to call affordable Olean home.
It is next to the Niagara River, across from the city of Niagara Falls, Ontario, and was named after the famous Niagara Falls that they both have.
The average price of a home in Fulton is $79,100, and the average rent is $782. With a median household income of $46,223, both of these things are even more impressive.
Newark is an American village in Wayne County, about 48 miles west of Syracuse and 35 miles south of Rochester.
Rome is one of the two main cities in the Utica-Rome Metropolitan Statistical Area.