5 Most Expensive US Cities For Renters

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1. New York, New York

Average Rent for a 1 Bedroom Apartment: $3,570

Topping our list of America’s most expensive cities for renters is America’s largest city and its financial hub, New York. New York has the largest economy in the U.S. and is a global financial center filled with investment banks and other financial firms. New York houses a whopping 8.8 million people, making it not only one of America’s but also one of the world’s largest cities.

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