Chicago, IL

Affordable living in Chicago: Apartments under $900 for your family

Sam Writes

Like other big cities in the United States (Los Angeles and New York City), the cost of living in Chicago is relatively high. An online report reveals that it is 20 percent more than the national average (source).

From food to clothing and from housing to education and healthcare facilities, you might have to pay more than the average price. It means if your salary is not good or your family's total income is insufficient, you may end up facing a significant number of problems.

On average, your income should be $33 per hour or something close to $68,000 a year to be able to live comfortably. If you are a homeowner, you will not have to worry about the cost of living but for renters, some affordable family apartments are available.

Family apartments under $900 in Chicago, Illinois

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  1. Chatham apartment is an ideal choice for those who cannot pay more than $850 in rent but want a peaceful and friendly place for the family. The one-bedroom apartment comes with facilities like heat, sewer, water, and trash removal system. The address is 7505 S Calumet Ave, Chicago, IL 60619, and you can find more information here.
  2. Lakeside Grant Manor apartment comes with different options. The first one is a studio apartment, and the second one is a one-bedroom apartment. You can choose any of them based on your requirements and the size of your family. The rent is $743 to $892 and the address is 7425-7427 S South Shore Dr, Chicago, IL 60649. You can view the model on this page.

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