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  COST OF LIVING OVERVIEW
  

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

Overall, Baltimore, Maryland cost of living is 90.00.

  COST OF LIVINGBaltimore, MarylandUnited States
  Overall  90100
  Grocery  112.5100
  Health  100100
  Housing  63100
  Utilities  106100
  Transportation  104100
  Miscellaneous  96100


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Our Economy is the cause of our crime rate
I found out that my economy is unemployed 5.60 of the U.S 4.60 and has only raised 0.14%. This has effected our crime rate all though our education is getting better... (read more)
Bmore too diverse for some
For those who are looking for a beautiful city that contains middle and upper classed citizens who get along and all mow their lawns on saturdays... Baltimore is not... (read more)
Where are the jobs?
I can't afford a house (305K average for a row house with no yard and every other block a crack house). I'm born and raised here and have seen the general decline into... (read more)
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  GENERAL COMMENTS
  
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Great Place For Section Eight Voucher Holders-Not
I have lived in Baltimore City/County all my life and have worked very hard only to see that the only people receiving help are those that refuse to work or the people... (read more)
From a Midwesterner's Perspective
I moved to Baltimore four years ago for a job and now I'm trying to get out. There are a lot of things I do like about living in Baltimore but the negatives outweigh... (read more)
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