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Places With The Lowest Cost Of Living In Vermont 2018

Nearby Areas With A High Livability Score69
  • Bennington, VT
  • (City)
  • Population: 8,945
64
  • Barre, VT
  • (City)
  • Population: 8,831
64
  • St. Johnsbury, VT
  • (City)
  • Population: 6,153
72
  • Rutland, VT
  • (City)
  • Population: 15,921
  • I just purchased a home in this area and I have to say it is the perfect time to buy or rent a home since the value of homes has risen to about 4.9% within the last twelve months. I have settled in now
59
  • St. Albans, VT
  • (City)
  • Population: 6,858
67
  • Brattleboro, VT
  • (City)
  • Population: 7,322
63
  • Winooski, VT
  • (City)
  • Population: 7,209
75
  • Montpelier, VT
  • (City)
  • Population: 7,662
  • For a state capital this town sure is lacking - in many areas. First, the roads here are total garbage. If you drive a car (which you will likely need living in rural VT), be prepared to succumb to
79
  • Middlebury, VT
  • (City)
  • Population: 6,922
74
  • Burlington, VT
  • (City)
  • Population: 42,556
  • Several years ago I went to college in Burlington. The city's setting on beautiful Lake Champlain enhances life there in a big way. Burlington is a green city that meets environmental and ecological
78
  • Essex Junction, VT
  • (City)
  • Population: 9,922
79
  • South Burlington, VT
  • (City)
  • Population: 18,704
  • I am a current resident of South Burlington, VT, and have lived in the city for five years. I would overall say my experiences of living in this city are good, but I can't say it is the best town for

Finding an affordable place to live in Vermont is not always an easy task. While housing prices continue to rebound and general goods and services continue to rise, it feels like affordable living could be a thing of the past. Luckily, there are still some cities in Vermont that qualify as affordable. Using science and data, AreaVibes has compiled a list of the most affordable places to live in Vermont. These cities have the lowest cost of living in all of Vermont.

Listed above are the most affordable places to live in Vermont with a population of more than 5,000 people. To calculate the most affordable cities in Vermont, the cost of living index for each city was calculated, then compared to the national average of 100. The cost of living index takes into account the following categories: goods and services, groceries, health care, housing, transportation and utilities.

To customize your list of affordable places to live in Vermont, you can adjust the filters to meet your needs. This will allow you to select the city size (population) as well as what other categories (amenities, crime, education, employment, housing and weather) might be important to you. Finally, you are also able to select your home or rental price range to ensure that the cities on your list fit your budget.