Carrollwood is part of Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater Metro metro area, which is ranked 108 out of 273 cities across the US in terms of cost of living. According to C2ER (the Council for Community and Economic Research), the cost of living in Carrollwood is estimated to be 96.6% of the national average making it an average US city.
Total monthly expenditure you can expect to incur depends on the cost of housing, food, utilities, transportation, healthcare, other miscellaneous goods and services. Note that your household composition (single or married, number of kids) and home ownership status (renting vs. owning) might affect your monthly expenses.
Carrollwood is ranked 108 out of 273 cities across the US in terms of cost of living. The cost of living in Carrollwood is 96.6% of the national average.
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The median household income in a city certainly helps gauge the cost of living. The median household income in Carrollwood is $68,422, which is 22% more than that of the state. The median income for an individual is $39,132, which is 25% more than that of the state.
The minimum salary you need to live in Carrollwood is the sum of your daily expenses (groceries, utilities, transportation, entertainment), your monthly housing-related costs (rent, mortgage, insurance, maintenance), any debt expenses (monthly interest payments and principal paydowns), as well as your savings and investment goals.
A good rule of thumb for housing affordability is the 28% rule: your monthly rent or the sum of your monthly mortgage, property taxes, and insurance should not exceed 28% of your gross income (income before tax).
Understanding the expected costs in Carrollwood can help you determine whether a given salary is a livable salary. For instance, if you know the typical housing costs in Carrollwood, you can use widely followed simple rules to determine if you can afford it on your salary. A good rule of thumb for housing affordability is the 28% rule: your monthly rent or the sum of your monthly mortgage, property taxes, and insurance should not exceed 28% of your gross income (income before tax). Another good rule of thumb is the 50-30-20 rule which says 50% of the net income (income after tax) should be spent on needs, 30% on wants, and 20% on savings and investments. So plan to ensure that your net income covers your needs and wants, so that you can live comfortably in Carrollwood, FL.
Housing is generally the biggest monthly cost that you would need to account for. The average rent in Carrollwood (located in Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater Metro) metro area for a 2-bed home is $1,335, which is 14% more than the average rent across the US. However, this average takes into account both metro and suburban areas. So, the costs may go up or down depending on which neighborhood you eventually decide to stay.
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The cost of living index for housing estimates the cost of housing in Carrollwood to be 87.4% of the national average. This makes it an average US city.
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