Virginia, otherwise known as “Old Dominion”, “Mother of Presidents” or “Mother of States”, is a state located in the northeast area of the United States. It was the first colonial possession established in mainland British America, this makes it one of the states with the longest history in the nation, such as being the site of the final victory of the American Revolution, or having fought more than half of the battles in the Civil War.
With a population of over 8.4 million people, ranking 14th in the country, it’s home to some pricey counties and cities. Average rents for an apartment are between $150 and $200 above nation’s average. In regards of food or transportation, prices are similar to the nation’s average. The index is made with a reference of 100 being the U.S. average, under 100 is below average and over 100 is over average.
Virginia has a lot of cities to live, but here we present the Top 15 Most Expensive Cities to Live in Virginia:
Healthcare index: 109
Housing index: 129
Suffolk is an independent city located in the southeast end of the state, in the Hampton Roads area. Its motto is “It’s a good time to be in Suffolk”. The median income for a household is $41,115. Suffolk was founded as a port town to the Nansemond River in 1742. It was named after Royal Governor William Gooch’s home of Suffolk, a county in East Anglia, England.