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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 Albuquerque, New Mexico is cheaper than the US average. A cost of living index above 100 means Albuquerque, New Mexico is more expensive.

Overall, Albuquerque, New Mexico cost of living is 97.30.

  COST OF LIVINGAlbuquerque, New MexicoUnited States
  Overall  97100
  Grocery  97.2100
  Health  96100
  Housing  90100
  Utilities  100100
  Transportation  94100
  Miscellaneous  109100


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So much wasted beauty
My wife and I came to Albuquerque to retire 3 years ago. We explored the city first to see if it seemed like a good fit. It is a very deceptive city because it's... (read more)
3 years later
I have lived in the East Mountains of Albuquerque for 3 years now. Pros: climate is good, plenty of sunshine, little snow (high desert type of climate), beautiful... (read more)
Where to look for Jobs
Where are the majority of jobs located in Alq? I have heard the East side. Also, and local agencies for job placement would be helpful.... (read more)
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  GENERAL COMMENTS
  
Safe-ish
Albuquerque voted for Hilary in the presidential 2016 election so it's not all bad. The majority of people are either Hispanic or non-white so we're pretty safe. The... (read more)
Crap Hole
This place has bad violent crime and gangs. I can hardly wait to leave this crap hole. The US should give this state back to... (read more)
Cool and beautiful little city except for.........
Ahh...........quirky, cute, landscape glorious and just downright abstract little ABQ. I lived there for a month shy of 4 years and wouldn't take back that time for... (read more)
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