Cost of Living

Laurens County is neither a metropolitan nor a desolate zip code. With that comes traffic-less streets, reasonable taxes, good schools, and tightly knit neighborhoods.

Pleasant living in Laurens County is further enhanced by the availability of housing in a wide price range (on average between $60,000 on the low end and $200,000 on the high); shopping centers for any need; a variety of places to dine and lodge; and a history rooted in agricultural trades.

  Dublin-Laurens County* Georgia Average 2013 National Average
 Composite Index 89.4 92.9 100
 Grocery Index 86.2 91.7 100
 Housing Index 77.5 81.9 100
 Utilities Index 106.0 100.3 100
 Health Care Index 96.1 97.4 100
 Misc. Index 92.8 97.3 100

* Data for Third Quarter 2013 Produced by C2ER

To illustrate the point further, although completely dependent on personal preferences, anyone in the county can live on acres or water fronts, join the Country Club, send their children to private schools, dine like gourmands, tinker with private planes, and/or enjoy year-round golf – and do so by simply earning the average wages supported by local industry.

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