The Most Expensive Places To Rent In The U.S.

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While owning a home is the American dream for many, there are plenty of people who simply can’t afford to purchase a house. But depending on where you live, renting may not necessarily be a good option either.

  • 24/7 Wall Street just revealed a list of the Most Expensive Places to Rent in America, based on info from research firm Zumper.
  • While rent in a lot of big cities did drop over the last year due to the pandemic, there are still some cities where renting is pretty steep.
  • Topping the list as the most expensive place to rent is San Francisco, where the average rent for a one-bedroom apartment is $2,790, although that’s 15% less than the same month last year.

The Most Expensive Cities To Rent in the U.S.

(rent for one-bedroom apartment)

1. San Francisco, CA ($2,790)

2. New York, NY ($2,570)

3. Boston, MA ($2,200)

4. Washington, DC ($2,170)

5. San Jose, CA ($2,160)

6. Los Angeles, CA ($2,000)

6. Oakland, CA ($2,000)

8. San Diego, CA ($1,920)

9. Fort Lauderdale, FL ($1,710)

10. Miami, FL ($1,700)

Source:24/7 Wall Street

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