Want to know which are the most expensive towns to live in the US? Whether you are planning on relocating or just curious about just how pricey it can be to live in certain areas of the country, we’ve compiled a list of the costliest places you could possibly reside in within the US. The data we used to rank the towns is published by the Council for Community and Economic Research, an organization which calculates the cost of living of around 300 urban areas in the country after analyzing everything from transportation to housing, and rents to groceries.
If you are interested in this topic you will surely enjoy our list on The 10 Most Expensive Cities to Live in North America, which adds a little Canadian content into the fray. And if you think Canadian cities couldn’t possibly be as expensive as US ones, you’ll be in for quite a shock, especially as a Canadian city topped the list.
Are you curious now about the most expensive towns to live in the U.S? Let’s take a look at the current countdown and find out which are the costliest places to reside in America.
10. San Diego, California
San Diego is quite an expensive town to live in. Not only does housing cost twice as much as the national average, but living costs as a whole are rather inflated. Moreover, it is somewhat difficult to find a job in the area to endure the high cost of living – which is 30% above the national average.
Beautiful San Diego may be expensive, but there are nine more of the most expensive towns to live in the US yet to come which will dwarf it in cost. Check them out.