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Cost of Living Comparison:
Portsmouth, Rhode Island - Colorado Springs, Colorado

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A salary of $167,000 in Portsmouth, Rhode Island could decrease to $128,744 in Colorado Springs, Colorado

Cost of Living IndexesPortsmouthColorado Springs
Overall136.2105
Food111.696.6
Housing175.2124.4
Utilities12793.6
Transportation105.394.6
Health112.9103.1
Miscellaneous129.794.4
100=national average

  COMPARISON HIGHLIGHTS
Colorado Springs is 23% cheaper than Portsmouth.
Housing is the biggest factor in the cost of living difference.
Housing is 28% cheaper in Colorado Springs.
Colorado Springs Housing Options
Homes For Sale
Apartments
Single Family Rentals

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