Wednesday, October 19, 2005

D.C. 5th most Expensive Place to Live

"In the top five locations, which also included Los Angeles, San Jose, and Washington D.C., housing costs make up the lion's share of total living costs. The survey factored in local and state income taxes, costs associated with owning two cars (except in Manhattan), public transportation costs, goods and services, sales taxes, and costs to own a 2,500 square foot house (mortgage payment, insurance, real estate taxes, utilities and maintenance)." Manhattan -- most expensive city - Oct. 18, 2005

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