The new doxo's report titled, U.S. Cable & Internet Market Size and Household Spending Report 2023, shows household bills in Murfreesboro are $1,708 higher annually than the U.S. average. The report also found that the 82% of U.S. households with a Cable and Internet bill spend an average of $1,161 per year.
Per month, the average household in the ‘Boro spends $172 on Cable and Internet bills, which is 46% higher than the U.S. monthly average of $118. The average cost of Cable and Internet across the state of Tennessee is $125. Murfreesboro residents spend $2,189 a month, or $26,265 a year on the ten most essential household bills, which is 7% higher than the national average of $2,046.
Murfreesboro is listed as the 12th most expensive city in Tennessee for household expenses. Smyrna is listed as the 21st most expensive city in the Volunteer State for household expenses. Households in Murfreesboro have expenses that are 7% higher than other cities across the nation, according to the doxo report. Household expenses in Smyrna are 0.5% cheaper than the U.S. average.
The average monthly mortgage in Murfreesboro is $1,366. In Smyrna, the average monthly mortgage rings in at $1,132. For comparative purposes, the average monthly mortgage in LaVergne is only $942. Nationally, the average monthly mortgage is $1,321.
When it comes to rent, Murfreesboro rates are averaging $1,160 monthly. Smyrna is seeing an average monthly rental rate of $1,202. The average monthly rent in LaVergne is $1,400. Nationally, the average rent is $1,191 per month.
For automobiles, Murfreesboro residents spend an average of $452 per month on at least one vehicle loan. Smyrna residents spend an average of $465 each month on at least one car loan. It looks as if LaVergne residents spend an average of $501 monthly on auto loans. The national average spent monthly on a car or truck loan is $467 monthly.