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5 Cheapest Cities to Rent an Apartment in the U.S.


Posted By:
Christina Google+
8/19/2013
12:56 PM

What U.S. cities have the cheapest apartment rental rates?

If you want to pay an affordable rate to rent an apartment, you’re in luck! There are cities in the U.S. that will let you do just that, and according to this article by CBS News, most of them are located in the Midwest. Let’s explore 5 of the cheapest cities to rent an apartment in the United States. And if you decide to move to one of these places, we can help you get an affordable moving rate, too!

5 of the Cheapest Cities to rent an apartment in the U.S.

Kansas City, MO

Kansas City, MO is a city with cheap rent.
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  • Average cost of rent per month = $730
  • Cost of living: 3.7% below the national avg.
  • Median household Income: $56,040

Indianapolis, IN

Indianapolis, IN is on our “cities with cheap rent” list!
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  • Average cost of rent per month: $692
  • Cost of living: 8.5% below national avg.
  • Median household income: $51,018

Columbus, OH

A city with some of the cheapest rent is Columbus, OH.
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  • Average cost of rent per month: $722
  • Cost of living: 6.7% below national avg.
  • Median household income: $52,883

Tucson, AZ

Tucson, AZ is one of the cheapest cities to rent.

  • Average cost of rent per month: $628
  • Cost of living: 2.5% below national avg.
  • Median household income: $44,059

Tulsa, OK

Find cheap rent in Tulsa, OK.
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  • Average cost of rent per month: $672
  • Cost of living: 6.1% below national avg.
  • Median household income: $48,817

Now that you can see how cheap rent is in these big cities, are you ready to move there? If so, you can start comparing prices by getting a free quote from U-Pack, a “you pack, we drive” moving company with rates often comparable to truck rental, here.

And if you’re curious, these are some of the priciest places to rent an apartment in the United States:

  • San Diego
  • Seattle
  • Miami
  • Washington D.C.
  • New York City

Do you live in or near one of these 5 cheapest cities to rent an apartment?

Let us know! We’d love to hear from you! Just drop us a comment below.

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