Florida Cost of Living

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Florida cost of living score
More expensive
3.1% higher
than the US average
0.0% lower
than the Florida average
Florida gets a BestPlaces Cost of Living score of 103.1, which means the total cost of housing, food, childcare, transportation, healthcare, taxes, and other necessities is 3.1% higher than the U.S. average and 0.0% lower than the average for Florida.


Housing costs in Florida?
A typical home costs $362,400, which is 7.2% more expensive than the national average of $338,100 and 0.0% less expensive than the average Florida home, at $362,400. Renting a two-bedroom unit in Florida costs $1,560 per month, which is 9.1% more than the national average of $1,430 and close to the state average of $1,560.

Can I afford Florida?
To live comfortably in Florida, a minimum annual income of $69,480 for a family, and $51,600 for a single person is recommended.

What does A.I. say about Florida?
The cost of living in Florida State varies widely depending on the location and lifestyle. Generally, housing costs are lower than the national average, making it a great place to buy or rent a home. Utilities also tend to be cheaper than other parts of the country. Food and groceries are generally affordable, as well. Transportation costs can vary greatly depending on whether you use public transportation or own a car. Overall, Florida State offers an attractive balance between affordability and quality of life for those looking to move within the United States.
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     CategoriesFlorida, FloridaUnited States

   100=National Average

   Average Rent by Bedroom Size
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This is my beloved hometown in which I grew up with some of the most loving, kind people in the world. I advanced from kindergarten to twelveth-grade with approximately  More

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Over 6 years ago

It hasn't worked out for me, but the same problems in Florida are the same all over the place. You need to own a company or get into management. And we know how that  More

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lived here for 2yrs the people act friendly but nobody wants to hire you unless you work for poverty wages.......if your connected you get better paying jobs but even  More

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