How will your cost of living be affected by living in one area of North Carolina or South Carolina compared to another?
It’s challenging at best to know all the ways you will be impacted when you make your move to your best place to live in North Carolina and South Carolina.
You can do all the research about housing, climate, schools, medical care and lifestyle but it’s not until you actually move there and begin to “live” there that you actually begin to see the differences.
These differences aren’t necessarily good or bad. Just differences.
I’ve put together a chart of some of the best places to live in North Carolina and South Carolina and indicated whether that place is above or below the national Cost Of Living Index as provided by the American Chamber of Commerce Researchers Association (ACCRA).
You can also go to http://coli.org/ and compare your current location to the cities and towns in North Carolina and South Carolina on your best places to live list. It costs from $4.95 – $7.95 per comparison.
The Index is comprised of grocery items, housing, utilities, transportation, healthcare, and miscellaneous goods and services.
Ultimate Guide To Finding Your Best Places To Live In The Carolinas
Make Your NC and SC Dream Come True!
Bob Bencivenga is a professional site locator and location analyst for major corporations. Bob researches the growth of NC and SC to find the Best Places to Retire or Relocate that are still affordable.
Bob Does Not Sell Real Estate!
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