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December 16, 2022

Where in Florida does it cost the least to live?

Por

Elyvon Aparicio

Where in Florida does it cost the least to live?
Jacksonville, FL, United States

There are several counties whose cost of living is low and accessible for both young and old. Below we will share some of these sites.


Suwannee

With an average annual cost of living of $65,400, Suwanee is the cheapest place to live in Florida. Suwannee County was created in 1858 and its seat is in Live Oak.


Bradford

Bradford County, located in the state of Florida, has an affordable cost of living of approximately $65,800. It was created in 1858 under the name of New River and, three years later, it was changed to what we know today. Its headquarters are in Starke.


Jacksonville

Jacksonville's housing costs are 13% lower than the national average and utility prices are 3% lower than the national average. In turn, the estimated monthly expenses for a family of four are $3,579 without rent.


best places to live in florida

pensacola

The cost of living in Pensacola is 5% lower than the state average and 4% lower than the national average. Housing in Pensacola, on the other hand, is 11% cheaper than the US average, while public services are 19% more expensive.


Pensacola is in Escambia County. Living there gives residents a deep suburban feel. Also, most residents own their homes. In short, there are plenty of restaurants and parks to enjoy.


North Fort Myers

Fort Myers' housing costs are 3% above the national average and utility prices are 0% below the national average. Transportation costs, such as bus tickets and gasoline prices, are 4% higher than the national average. Food prices in Fort Myers are 7% higher than the national average.


Cape Coral

The cost of living in Cape Coral is 4% below the national average. Housing prices in the area are 15% lower than the national average. And, utility prices are 12% lower than the national average.


Cape Coral is a very safe place to live. Its overall crime rate is 49% below the national average.

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