Nevada vs California – Cost of Living


Las Vegas at night


Although the distance between Los Angeles, CA and Las Vegas, NV is just 270 miles, the difference and contrast between the cost of living are eye opening. Here are some facts and comparisons between the 2 states.

– Overall, Los Angeles, California is 55.3% more expensive than Las Vegas, Nevada
– Median Home Cost is the biggest factor in the cost of living difference.
– Median Home Cost is 152% more expensive in Los Angeles.

Cost of living Las Vegas vs. Los Angeles

  • As of May 2019, the average apartment in Las Vegas rents for $1,115 per month. One-bedroom units rent, on average, for $980, while two-bedroom rentals average $1,250 per month.
  • The average utility bill for a 1,000-square-foot apartment in Las Vegas is $180 per month.
  • Food costs in Las Vegas hover around the national average. A gallon of milk costs $3.41, and you can get a dozen large eggs for $2.35. A loaf of bread costs $2.26, and $4 can buy you a pound of boneless, skinless chicken breasts. By grocery shopping in bulk and severely limiting meals eaten in restaurants, you can maintain a healthy, filling diet in Las Vegas for $400 per month or under.

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