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    The 10 US cities with the most expensive and cheapest rent during August

    The 10 US cities with the most expensive and cheapest rent during August

    US home rentals hit a new record in August when some areas of New York exceeded $4,000 dollars after several spikes in prices.

    Data from Zumper’s National Rental Index showed that the national median rent for a one-bedroom apartment was $1,486, up 11.8% from a year ago. In addition, double-digit increases were found in more than half of the country’s cities. In some areas, increases exceeded 30%.

    New York City remained the most expensive place to rent, according to the report. The median rent for a one-bedroom apartment increased 39.9% in the past year. Manhattan topped the boroughs, with monthly rent rising to $4,212, up 27% from last year. Previously, other reports, such as the one by Douglas and Miller Samuel, had shown rent in the area to exceed $5,000.

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    By contrast, the city of Akron, Ohio, was the area with the most affordable rent for a one-bedroom apartmentwith a value of $650 dollars, which represents an increase of just 3.20%.

    The rent in the area was $3,930 dollars.

    The rent in the area was $3,040 dollars.

    The rent in the area was $2,780 dollars.

    The rent in the area was $2,730 dollars.

    The rent in the area was $2,580 dollars.

    The rent in the area was $2,520 dollars.

    The rent in the area was $2,450 dollars.

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    The rent in the area was $2,370 dollars.

    The rent in the area was $2,200 dollars.

    The rent in the area was $2,160 dollars.

    The rental value was $650 dollars.

    The rental value was $690 dollars.

    The rental value was $720 dollars.

    The rental value was $740 dollars.

    The rental value was $810 dollars.

    The rental value was $850 dollars.

    The rental value was $850 dollars.

    The rental value was $880 dollars.

    The rental value was $880 dollars.

    The rental value was $880 dollars.

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    In addition to this list, another list was recently published with the 20 cities in the country with affordable rent, despite inflation.

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    Source: La Opinion

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