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

Overall, Vermont, Vermont cost of living is 115.90.

  COST OF LIVINGVermont, VermontUnited States
  Overall  116100
  Grocery  111.5100
  Health  105100
  Housing  127100
  Utilities  129100
  Transportation  107100
  Miscellaneous  111100

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  COST OF LIVING COMMENTS
  
Bellows Falls
Bellows Falls is trying to revitalize--slowly. The is a trickle of solid middle class that is slowly buying homes in need of TLC. The area just needs more... (read more)
Cold and long Winters
I've lived in Vermont all of my life. For the first 19 years in Saint Johnsbury, and the last 2 or 3 in Jonhson. Let me first say that the Autumn is the best you'll ever... (read more)
re: where??? - 4/12/2009
Colorado is gorgeous and although it does have some cold in the winter, it is usually very mild and the snow melts between storms. Winters and summers are both very... (read more)
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  GENERAL COMMENTS
  
Burlington, VT
Burlington is a safe and lively place to live; including the metro area the population is medium sized. Employment is only mediocre and the winters are long and cold.... (read more)
Vermont is a State of Mind
I first moved to Vermont late 1968. I moved out of state in '71 to the Bay Area, CA and after 5 years I moved to southern MN. I finally returned to VT in 1979. It is... (read more)
Reasons to Move to Vermont
Even though a Vermont town couldn't make the charts for one of the most romantic cities, the state in general makes the top ten economically. It has the lowest pupil to... (read more)
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