If you are looking for a location to start, relocate or expand a business, you’re in the right place. Kern County is one of the most affordable markets in the state (with a median home price of $200,500). Looking for more evidence of Kern’s draw?
Click the button below to see what your cost of living would be, based on annual salary, if you were to move here.
Cost of Living Index Comparison
Kern County’s cost of living is only 8% higher than the U.S. average!
Source: ACCRA Cost of Living Salary 2015
Annual Commute Comparisons
|Source: Texas Transportation Institute Urban Mobility Study|
|# of Daily Commuters||304,000||383,000||1.11 million||1.7 million||7.29 million|
|Time Lost Due to Traffic (Yearly)||19 hours||23 hours||59 hours||42 hours||80 hours|
|Excess Fuel Consumed per Commuter||9 gal||11 gal||18 gal||11 gal||25 gal|
|Congestion Cost per Commuter||$512||$495||$1,316||$887||$1,711|
2015 Urban Mobility Scorecard. Download full report.