I signed up for a very nice online guitar course that is reasonably priced. Every day you do a 10-minute video. I like that you can rewind it, download the tabs, do the exercise at 3 speeds: slow, medium and fast, and the instructor has a good sense of humor and is positive. He has free video's on youtube for you to see it it's a good match. https://tonypolecastro.com/
Heres another great tab site for many different kinds of instruments including guitar and mando
Check out Jerry Silverman's Oak Publication book on Flatpick Guitar, it is still valid and the best instruction book on the topic ever produced in my opinion Jody https://www.amazon.com/Flat-Pickers-Guitar-Guide-Jerry-Silverman/dp/B009MQNV0E
I think there is a range. The last lessons I took were $65/hour. That's when I found Toneway, as I needed to get up to speed on just chord changes and playing with people. I also took group lessons which I find I do better in than individual lessons, as it helps me not be so self-conscious about making mistakes. Some places to take group lessons besides Toneway are through community colleges like Cabrillo, Freight and Salvage in Berkeley and music camps like CCMC - The California Coast Music Camp (https://www.musiccamp.org/), Puget Sound Guitar Workshops (http://www.psgw.org/) or Walker Creek Music Camp (https://www.walkercreekmusiccamp.org/).
With the facilities available on- line, for free Jody, I personally cannot see any justification in paying for lessons, even back in the early 60's when, at 15 I started to play guitar, I did not pay for lessons. I listened a lot and asked those more advanced than me. Most guitarists are only too willing to help someone learning. I can clearly remember asking Davy Graham on two different occasions how to play his instrumental “Anj”?