VERO BEACH, Fla.
- March 10, 2021
-- Per Brendan Maughan member of Team Paradise Property Management "Best Vero Beach Property Management Co".
The Vero Beach cost of living can easily be measured by using a national baseline score of 100. So, anything scored above is more expensive, while anything scored below is less expensive. Here's how the Vero Beach cost of living in 2021 breaks down, category by category:
- Transportation. Getting around in Vero Beach is a cinch. And, it's also very affordable, earning a score of just 87, which is markedly below the national average and more so below the state score of nearly 113.
- Housing. Surprisingly, the cost of housing (which is usually the most expensive category), is very affordable in Vero Beach, which earns a score of 91, with a median home cost of just $211,200. By comparison, the statewide cost is $237,100 and the national average is also higher at $231,200. This is perhaps the best aspect of living in Vero Beach, aside from the location and wonderful weather.
- Healthcare. Staying healthy in Vero Beach isn't expensive, particularly when it comes to healthcare. Vero Beach's cost of healthcare earns a score of 95, which is lower than the state score of 98 and also below the national score of 100.
- Utilities. For electricity, water, and sewer, Vero Beach earns an affordable score of 96, which is below both the national average and the statewide score of just over 101.
- Miscellaneous. The cost of odds and ends in Vero Beach earn a score of just more than 102, which is slightly higher than the national average and the state score of 97.
- Groceries. Food costs in Vero Beach earn a slightly higher score than both the national average and the statewide score, with a score of 106 in Vero Beach. So, food is just a tad more expensive than it is nationally or across the peninsula.
For more information about renting a home or selling your home, please contact Brendan Maughan and his team at http://teamparadisepropertymanagement.com/