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TOP 10 MOST EXPENSIVE CITIES IN THE US

, / April 22, 2016

Introduction

The United States of America (USA), more often than not alluded to as the United States (US) or America is a nation in North America. It is comprised of 50 states, a government area or federal district, and five territory domains. It is a superpower, and some contend that as of now the US is the main superpower on the planet. It has awesome impact over world account, exchange, society, military, governmental issues, and innovation.

There are 20,000 cities or metropolitan areas located in America; this is according to the United States census in 2009. Also, Los Angeles, Chicago and New York were referred to as the largest cities in the country.

Nevertheless, in a country so large with a lot of citizens and migrating people from different walks of life, the highs and the low alike, it is not hard to understand the living standard in all the cities in America would never be the same. This brings us to checking out the top ten most expensive cities in America. This we will be doing by examine the basic living cost in these states some of these includes the price of a can of coffee, average rent price, the cost of buying a home , price of  T-bone steak as well as cost of a single trip to a beauty parlor in these states.

10. WASHINGTON, DC

Originally, Washington, D.C., was known as District of Columbia, it is often referred to as ‘Washington’ or ‘the District’ or plainly ‘DC’. Washington, DC is number 10 on our list. To get a can of coffee or container of espresso will cost the buyer an average price of $4.93, T-bone steak is $10.52, trip to the salon will cost $51, normal rent is within $1,960, cost of a home $767,000, and expense of twelve of eggs rest at $2.36. These amounts are much compared with some less expensive cities in America where you could find a family living on a price of $10 per day.

9. ORANGE COUNTIES, CALIFORNIA

First, California is the most populous state in America. Secondly, after New York, California is the country’s second largest city. To get a can of coffee or container of espresso will cost the buyer an average price of $5.33, T-bone steak is $10.32, trip to the salon will cost $60, normal rent is within $1,778, cost of a home $721,000, and expense of twelve of eggs rest at $2.19. These analysis makes Orange County, California make the number 9 on our list.

8. STAMFORD, CONN.

According to research, Stamford is a city located in Fairfield County, Connecticut, united state. Previously, the total population of Stamford is recorded according to the census bureau to be 122,643. The population of this city however has risen to 128,278 this qualified the higher level of recognition accorded to Stamford as the third largest city in America. To get a can of coffee or container of espresso will cost a buyer an average price of $5.18 in Stamford, T-bone steak is about $11.74, while a trip to the salon will cost an average price of about $55, normal rent is within Stamford range within $2,109 while the cost of a home $598,000, and expense of twelve of eggs rest at $2.10.

7. HILO, HAWAII

Hilo, Hawaii comes up as number 7 for us here, according to history; Hilo is referred to as being the county seat of the country of Hawaii. Located in the district of south Hilo. Average rent in Hilo is staged at $928 while the price of a home is tagged at $488,500. A trip to the salon would minus about $26 from your original worth. With $6.16 you would get a cup of coffee and $12.16 is sure to get you a T-bone steak, a dozen of egg is about $3.73. Hawaii is known for its vacation and romantic getaway sites.

6. SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA 

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San Jose is actually Spanish for ‘saint Joseph’ and it happens to be the third largest city in California as well as the tenth largest in united state in terms of population. The same San Jose tops it all as the largest city in north California as a whole. Life in this location is quite on the high side putting the average inhabitants of the city in mind with spending which are termed as high in some other parts of the country. Average rent of living shelter would cost about $1,738, buying the home itself is likely to come at a minimum charge of about $805,000 while a steak would go for $10.80, coffee in cup is placed at $6.58, a trip to the salon needs a mere average price of $47 and $2.74 could take care of a dozen eggs.

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