Pullman, WA Cost of Living


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Pullman cost of living score
90.5
Less expensive
9.5% lower
than the US average
25.8% lower
than the Washington average
Pullman, Washington gets a BestPlaces Cost of Living score of 90.5, which means the total cost of housing, food, childcare, transportation, healthcare, taxes, and other necessities is 9.5% lower than the U.S. average and 25.8% lower than the average for Washington.

Pullman, WA

Housing costs in Pullman?
A typical home costs $406,800, which is 20.3% more expensive than the national average of $338,100 and 23.9% less expensive than the average Washington home, at $534,700. Renting a two-bedroom unit in Pullman costs $1,030 per month, which is 28.0% cheaper than the national average of $1,430 and 68.0% cheaper than the state average of $1,730.

Can I afford Pullman?
To live comfortably in Pullman, Washington, a minimum annual income of $78,120 for a family, and $31,600 for a single person is recommended.

What does A.I. say about Pullman?
Pullman, WA is a great place to live with an affordable cost of living. In comparison to the US average, Pullman’s overall cost of living is 0.9% lower than the national average. Additionally, Pullman’s housing costs are 6.7% lower than the US average which makes it very attractive for potential residents and families looking for an affordable place to live. Food items, transportation, and other goods and services in Pullman are also below the national average at -2%, -1%, and -3%, respectively. All of these factors make Pullman a desirable place to live with an overall cost of living that will fit any budget.
   Cost of living score
     CategoriesPullmanWashingtonUnited States
  90.5121.9100.0
  100.8101.1100
  89.888.8100.0
  126.4172.8100.0
  $406,800$534,700$338,100
  84.3%74.0%100.0%
  62.3113.6100.0
  140.7113.3100.0

   100=National Average

   Average Rent by Bedroom Size
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I came to Pullman in 2014 as a student, and I've been here since. I bought a house here this year and like many other places, there's a lot of crappy overpriced homes.  More

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Over 15 years ago

Rural area--great schools, climate, relaxed, Idaho next door--need I say  More

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Over 15 years ago

If you want to live in the big city then Pullman is not for you. However, if you like sunshine, fresh air, no traffic, friendly people, beautiful scenery, low crime,  More

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