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

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

    1. San Francisco

    Median studio apartment: $2,295

    Median one-bedroom apartment: $2,898

    Median two-bedroom apartment: $3,930

    San Francisco takes the top spot as the most expensive city in the U.S. to rent, edging out New York by a couple of bucks. The median rental price in the City by the Bay is $3,396.

    Kobs, who lives in the city, said the market is "dog eat dog."

    "I'll walk down the street here in San Francisco and see 40 or 50 people on the sidewalk, and I think there's a new brunch place opening up," he said. "It'll end up being an open house."

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