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High Quality of Life. Low Cost of Living.

The year-round warm weather and coastal views might entice people to move here, but when paired with Savannah’s low cost of living, there’s even more reason to stay here. Compared with nearby cities, including Charleston, Atlanta, Charlotte, Jacksonville and Greenville, Savannah’s cost of living index is below them all and also falls below the national average.
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C2ER, Q2 2021

The Savannah region offers a wide range of neighborhoods – whether you are seeking an urban area within walking distance of shops, restaurants and nightlife or a quiet, gated golf community with views of the river and marsh. To learn more about Savannah’s neighborhoods visit the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce.

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