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Las Vegas Cost of Living Among Least Expensive

Published On February 19, 2014 | By Toni Spilsbury | Community, Real Estate

It’s estimated that 5,000 residents move to Clark County each month, and one of the reasons may be the affordable cost of living.

Cost of living expenses take into account food, gasoline, laundry and other household expenses. When compared to the cost of living in other cities in the U.S. Las Vegas came in as having one of the lease expensive, at an average of $544.81 per month while the most expensive is Austin at $877.74 per month.

The 5 cities with least expensive cost of living include Oklahoma City, Miami, New Orleans, Philadephia in addition to Las Vegas. The cities with the most expensive cost of living are San Francisco, Nashville, Seattle and Portland.

 

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About The Author

Toni Spilsbury is a blogger, brand strategist and social media producer in addition to being a philanthropist and mother…. but not in that order. From busy corporate gal to even busier mom of four, one with special needs, Toni established an online connection with today’s on-the-go moms as someone who understands the unique demands of working moms. In 2005, Toni co-founded the Nevada Blind Children Foundation and began working to build the first school for the blind in Nevada. With a passion for cooking, creating her own recipes and a desire to merge her family life and career, Toni wrote a book The Organized Cook in 2009 before embarking on a journey through branding, blogging, social media and e-commerce that gained her an insight and passion for the unique niche of content-driven e-commerce. Toni’s second book, Because of Connor, is due out in late 2013 which gives readers an insight into the unique struggle of life’s ups and downs when set against the backdrop of caring for and coming to grips with a severely medically fragile son.

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