If you plan to move to upstate New York in the near future or maybe just want a change of scenery, here are 11 New York towns that have the lowest cost of living according to Niche.com.

Some of the factors taken into consideration were home value, household income, rent, average commutes, grocery costs and an overall grade.

If you are getting serious about moving and looking at the cost of living would come into play, along with a number of other things. Certainly, the top eleven towns are worth the time to see what stands out in the top eleven to make their town worth consideration.

#11 Little Falls - Herkimer County

Median home value: $79,500
Median rent: $593/month
Median household income: $38,750

#10 Elmira  - Chemung County

Median home value: $78,900
Median rent: $591/month
Median household income: $42,701

#9 Akron - Erie County 

Median home value: $117,100
Median rent: $640
Median household income: $52,788

#8 Bridgeport - Madison County

Median home value: $86,900
Median rent: $561
Median household income: $48,365

#7 Attica - Wyoming County

Median home value: $93,600
Median rent: $605
Median household income: $52,500

#6 Salamanca  - Cattaraugus County

Median home value: $63,500
Median rent: $602
Median household income: $30,921

#5 Hornell - Steuben County

Median home value: $65,900
Median rent: $609
Median household income: $39,447

#4 Falconer - Chautauqua County

Median home value: $$66,500
Median rent: $603
Median household income: $40,653

#3 Celoron - Chautauqua County

Median home value:$59,000
Median rent: $613
Median household income

#2 Mohawk - Herkimer County

Median home value: $78,900
Median rent: $536
Median household income: $43,319

#1 Weston Mills - Cattaraugus County

Median home value: $87,800
Median rent: $442
Median household income: $51,477

As with anything the more information the better especially when it comes to your family and home.