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Cost of Living

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Our cost of living indices are based on a US average of 100. An amount below 100 means Denver, Colorado is cheaper than the US average. A cost of living index above 100 means Denver, Colorado is more expensive.

Denver, Colorado cost of living is 127.50.

Housing is the biggest factor in the cost of living difference.
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  COST OF LIVINGDenver, ColoradoUnited States
  Overall  128100
  Grocery  98.3100
  Health  107100
  Housing  185100
  Utilities  94100
  Transportation  97100
  Miscellaneous  104100

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its not that bad..

good restaurants, alot of inexpensive things to do, people are overall pretty friendly, but its hard to make friends to hang out with. traffic is not any worse than... (Read More)



Don't listen to the Garbage - know the facts

I constructively disagree with the person from Philly who says "don't listen to the reviews." Believe me, listen to it, because it's been consistent for 10 years on this... (Read More)



Denver is crowded and high crime.

Ive been in SW Denver Sep 2017-March 2018 for 6 months staying at friends home to see if want to live here, my wage as spa receptionist is 10.25 hr, average 30-35 hrs... (Read More)



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