25 Most Expensive Places to Live in the U.S.

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20. Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, FL Metro Area

  • Avg. total moving cost: $3,613
  • 1st month’s rent and deposit: $2,302
  • Median household income: $47,594
  • Population change from migration (2010-2018): +13.7%
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19. Stockton-Lodi, CA Metro Area

  • Avg. total moving cost: $3,635
  • 1st month’s rent and deposit: $2,296
  • Median household income: $51,336
  • Population change from migration (2010-2018): +3.7%
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18. North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton, FL Metro Area

  • Avg. total moving cost: $3,647
  • 1st month’s rent and deposit: $2,342
  • Median household income: $53,662
  • Population change from migration (2010-2018): +17.5%
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17. Austin-Round Rock, TX Metro Area

  • Avg. total moving cost: $3,762
  • 1st month’s rent and deposit: $2,446
  • Median household income: $67,755
  • Population change from migration (2010-2018): +14.7%
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16. Baltimore-Columbia-Towson, MD Metro Area

  • Avg. total moving cost: $3,830
  • 1st month’s rent and deposit: $2,482
  • Median household income: $47,131
  • Population change from migration (2010-2018): +0.5%
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