Cost of Living

Numbeo is the world’s largest cost of living database. Numbeo is also a crowd-sourced global database of quality of life data: housing indicators, perceived crime rates, healthcare quality, transport quality, and other statistics.
9,067,465 prices in 11,724 cities entered by 805,230 contributors
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Taxi Start (Normal Tariff) in Asheville, NC costs 2.50$ (about 3 minutes ago)
Mobile Phone Monthly Plan with Calls and 10GB+ Data in Zihuatanejo costs 10.00$ (about 5 minutes ago)
Apartment (3 bedrooms) Outside of Centre in Seattle, WA costs 3,500.00$ (about 5 minutes ago)
Gasoline (1 liter) in Frisco, TX costs 0.90$ (about 17 minutes ago)
Apartment (1 bedroom) in City Centre in Monterey, CA costs 2,000.00$ (about 27 minutes ago)
Cappuccino (regular) in Rockville, MD costs 4.80$ (about 28 minutes ago)
Milk (regular), (1 liter) in Limeira costs 5.70R$ (about 37 minutes ago)
Coke/Pepsi (0.33 liter bottle) in Riyadh costs 2.50﷼ (about 59 minutes ago)
Apartment (3 bedrooms) in City Centre in Chittorgarh costs 12,000.00₹ (about 1 hour ago)
Cinema, International Release, 1 Seat in Johor Bahru costs 20.00RM (about 1 hour ago)

Numbeo provides an online software tool that offers a range of features to help individuals see, share, and compare information on the cost of living worldwide. These features include:

  • enabling website visitors to view current prices
  • utilizing the wisdom of the crowd to get as reliable data as possible
  • providing a system for conducting systematic research on cost of living and property markets
  • calculating derived indices such as the cost of living index and local purchasing power
  • offering a platform for conducting other systematic economic research on a huge dataset of worldwide data

If you find Numbeo helpful, you can contribute to the community by sharing your local cost knowledge to further improve the accuracy of the information available.

  

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