Top 10 priciest U.S. cities to rent an apartment

  • Top 10 priciest U.S. cities to rent an apartment

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    5. Los Angeles

    Median studio apartment: $1,405

    Median one-bedroom apartment: $1,740

    Median two-bedroom apartment: $2,406


    Homes and apartments aren't cheap in L.A., so it's a little surprising that the city appears only halfway down the top 10. With a median rent price hitting $2,177, Los Angeles' rent prices are considerably less expensive than the remaining cities on the list.

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