Alpine, UT Cost of Living

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Alpine cost of living score
More expensive
17.2% higher
than the US average
2.6% higher
than the Utah average
Alpine, Utah gets a BestPlaces Cost of Living score of 117.2, which means the total cost of housing, food, childcare, transportation, healthcare, taxes, and other necessities is 17.2% higher than the U.S. average and 2.6% lower than the average for Utah.

Alpine, UT

Housing costs in Alpine?
A typical home costs $974,300, which is 188.2% more expensive than the national average of $338,100 and 90.8% more expensive than the average Utah home, at $510,600. Renting a two-bedroom unit in Alpine costs $1,660 per month, which is 16.1% more than the national average of $1,430 and 22.9% more than the state average of $1,280.

Can I afford Alpine?
To live comfortably in Alpine, Utah, a minimum annual income of $186,840 for a family, and $58,000 for a single person is recommended.

What does A.I. say about Alpine?
The cost of living in Alpine, UT is fairly affordable compared to other cities in the country. The median home value is approximately $450,000 which is significantly lower than the national median home value of $219,700. Renters can expect to pay slightly less with median rent at $1,500 per month. Groceries and transportation costs are generally on par with the national average. Additionally, utility expenses are quite low as energy costs in Utah tend to be far lower than other states due to its favorable climate conditions. Overall, Alpine offers a great quality of life without breaking the bank.
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