We looked across the country to find the top 10 cities that have the highest cost of living in the U.S. Our rankings are based on 5 factors, that are – median household income, median value of a home, one month rent for a one bedroom apartment and an apartment’s utility and internet bills. We also included the price of a gallon of milk to give you a peek into the food prices too. Read on!
1. Stamford, Connecticut
This city is quite dwarfed by other cities on our list. Even though Stamford is small in population, you’ll find the homes in this town out of reach for just under half of its citizens. The house ownership rate here is about 54%. The median cost of a home in America is $179,200 and one month’s rent for a one bedroom apartment is only under $1,000. And the cost of living in this city only goes up from here