Affordable Cost of Living
An exceptional quality of life costs less in Connecticut
Everything you need to thrive and more affordable than you think.
Connecticut residents may have the highest personal income in the country, but the state is still more affordable to live in terms of housing costs in the northeastern U.S. region, when compared with the Boston and New York markets. At the same time, the benefits of living in the state include a very high quality of life, with top-performing schools, healthier lifestyles, easier access to transportation and safer towns and cities than the U.S. average.
U.S. News & World Reports, Best States, 2016.
Affordable Housing Options
Take a closer look at the towns we call home.
The online database CERC Town Profiles™ is an in-depth look at all 169 towns and cities in Connecticut. You can use it to view population data, school information, housing and real estate numbers, crime rates and more.