New York Is Not the Most Expensive Place To Rent In America

Back to turn some assumptions about renting on their heads and to affirm others—intrigued yet?—rental listings site Zumper is out with a new report  about nationwide trends for the month of October. For those interested in the broad view, just know that New York City is actually not the most expensive place to rent in America. That honor title goes to supply-starved San Francisco, with a median one-bedroom going for $3,370/month, compared with NYC’s $3,000, Boston’s $2,330, Washington D.C.’s $2,070 and Chicago’s $1,790.

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