Rankings of Most Expensive Places to Rent (Dec 2013)

Rank City Median 1BR ($)
1 San Francisco 2,850
2 New York 2,700
3 Washington DC 1,900
4 San Jose 1,832
5 Boston 1,730
6 Chicago 1,500
7 Miami 1,500
8 Seattle 1,445
9 Los Angeles 1,395
10 Oakland 1,375
11 San Diego 1,305
12 Philadelphia 1,195
13 Portland 1,100
14 Long Beach 1,050
15 Baltimore 1,002
16 Minneapolis 940
17 Dallas 934
18 Denver 926
19 Austin 890
20 Virginia Beach 889
21 Houston 800
22 Atlanta 795
23 Nashville 790
24 Raleigh 769
25 Charlotte 760
Rank City Median 1BR ($)
26 Sacramento 730
27 San Antonio 705
28 Columbus 691
29 Milwaukee 670
30 Omaha 660
31 Ft. Worth 650
32 Colorado Springs 650
33 Fresno 640
34 Phoenix 635
35 Kansas City 630
36 Las Vegas 625
37 Albuquerque 625
38 Arlington 605
39 Jacksonville 600
40 Louisville 600
41 Mesa 600
42 Indianapolis 599
43 Cleveland 599
44 El Paso 584
45 Detroit 576
46 Memphis 574
47 Oklahoma City 550
48 Tulsa 550
49 Tucson 500
50 Wichita 452

Ref: http://priceonomics.com/where-in-america-can-you-get-a-good-deal-on-rent/

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