Most Affordable Cities in the U.S. for Renters
The renting landscape varies around the country. Some cities have manageable and affordable rent while others are highly expensive. Choosing a place to live may be difficult since there are so many options available. We have done the duty of listing some of the most affordable cities to rent in the U.S. These median prices are for standard one-bedroom apartments.
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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Median Monthly Rent: $896
Famous Landmarks: Oklahoma City National Memorial, Science Museum Oklahoma, Myriad Botanical Gardens
Fun Fact: Oklahoma City is the same distance from New York and Los Angeles.
Kansas City, MO
Median Monthly Rent: $730
Famous Landmarks: Liberty Memorial, Worlds of Fun, Negro Leagues Baseball Museum
Fun Fact: Kansas City is the 29th most populated metropolitan area in the US.
Median Monthly Rent: $727
Famous Landmarks: Louisville Slugger Museum, Muhammad Ali Center, Frazier History Museum
Fun Fact: A now closed Louisville eatery, Kaelin’s Restaurant, claimed to be the original inventor of the cheeseburger.
Median Monthly Rent: $722
Famous Landmarks: Franklin Park Conservatory, Nationwide Arena, Easton Town Center
Fun Fact: Columbus was recently rated as the 7th most intelligent city in the country
Median Monthly Rent: $713
Famous Landmarks: AT&T (Cowboys) Stadium, Six Flags over Texas, International Bowling Museum
Fun Fact: Arlington is headquarters for the International Bowling Campus, which houses the United States Bowling Congress, International Bowling Museum, and International Bowling Hall of Fame.
Median Monthly Rent: $623
Famous Landmarks: Exploration Place, Kansas Aviation Museum
Fun Fact: In Wichita, it’s illegal to serve cherry pie a la mode on Sundays.