Cost of Living in Colorado
|Cost of Living in Colorado||Compared to National Average|
|Housing (Buy and Rent)||21% higher|
|Utilities (Monthly)||8% lower|
|Goods & Services||1% higher|
The cost of living in Colorado is 6% higher than the national average. Housing is 21% higher than the national average, while utilities are 8% lower. When it comes to basic necessities such as food and clothing, groceries are around 1% higher than in the rest of the country, while clothing costs 1% higher.
Healthcare services such as doctor check-ups and dentistry cost 0% in Colorado compared to the national average. At the same time, non-necessary expenses such as entertainment and grooming services are 1% higher.
The Cost of Living in Colorado Largest Cities Compared to the National Average
|City, State||Compared to State Average||Compared to National Average|
|Glenwood Springs, CO||9% higher||16% higher|
|Denver, CO||5% higher||11% higher|
|Colorado Springs, CO||0%||6% higher|
|Westminster, CO||0%||6% higher|
|Gunnison, CO||4% lower||2% higher|
|Grand Junction, CO||5% lower||0%|
|Pueblo, CO||8% lower||2% lower|