You’ll never guess how much it costs to live in Georgia

If you’re considering relocating to Georgia, here’s some good news for your monthly budget: Georgia enjoys the fifth-lowest cost of living in the United States, according to MERIC data.

Keeping a roof over your head in Georgia can be expensive, but it can also be pretty darn affordable.

Housing Costs in Georgia

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Utility Costs in Georgia

– Electricity: $134 – Gas: $141 – Cable and Internet: $108 – Water: $28

Groceries & Food

The Bureau of Economic Analysis estimates Georgia’s average annual  (non-restaurant) food cost per capita at $3,699. When we divide that by  12, we get about $308 per person, per month.

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– One adult, no children: $5,477 – Two working adults, no children: $9,851 – Two working adults, three children: $15,530



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