This makes me question whether living in a big city is worth it at all.

A recent study by a national realty company looked at the median cost of renting one and two bedroom apartments and studios, and the results show the brutal reality of living in big American cities.

The most expensive American cities:

  1. San Diego ($1,670)

  2. Seattle ($1,718)

  3. Miami ($1,742)

  4. Oakland, Calif. ($1,812)

  5. San Jose, Calif. ($2,165)

  6. Los Angeles ($2,177)

  7. Washington, D.C. ($2,699)

  8. Boston ($3,190)

  9. New York ($3,344)

  10. San Francisco ($3,396)

The least expensive American cities:

  1. Kansas City, Mo. ($730)

  2. Louisville, Ky. ($727)

  3. Columbus, Ohio ($722)

  4. Arlington, Texas ($713)

  5. Memphis, Tenn. ($692)

  6. Indianapolis ($692)

  7. Detroit ($678)

  8. Tulsa, Okla. ($672)

  9. Tuscon, Ariz. ($628)

  10. Wichita, Kan. ($623)
    How are we expected to continue paying this much for rent while wages continue to stagnate?

Source: PolicyMic

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06 жовтня 2014