Atlanta, Georgia vs. Newnan, Georgia

Cost of Living Comparison


A salary of $50,000 in Atlanta, Georgia could decrease to $46,892 in Newnan, Georgia (assumptions include Homeowner, no Child Care, and Taxes are not considered. Click here to customize.)

- Overall, Newnan, Georgia is cheaper than Atlanta, Georgia
- Median Home Cost is the biggest factor in the cost of living difference.
- Median Home Cost is 6% cheaper in Newnan.
Cost of Living IndexesAtlanta, GANewnan, GADifference
Overall Index: Homeowner, No Child care, Taxes Not Considered109.4102.66.2% less
Food & Groceries98.896.42.4% less
Housing (Homeowner)11287.921.5% less
Median Home Cost$364,300$340,200$24,100 (6.6% less)
Utilities103.6103.6equal
Transportation122.7120.81.5% less
Health98.899.20.4% more
Miscellaneous99.8102.32.5% more
100 = US Average. (Below 100 means cheaper than the US average. Above 100 means more expensive.)

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