Rents as low as $900 per month make this one of the most affordable cities in Tennessee
Renters across the United States continue to scramble to find affordable housing as rents reach new highs each month. The median one-bedroom rent is now $1,414 a month, while the median rent for a two-bedroom unit comes in at $1,758 a month.
Chicago rents soar to $2,100 per month for a two-bedroom apartment
The hot Chicago rental market has continued to outpace most of the Midwest as rents have rocketed up over the last year. The median rent for a one-bedroom apartment in Chicago now comes in at $1,760 per month, according to rental platform Zumper. That’s an increase of 4.8% over the last month alone and 25.7% over the last year.
Median rent in St. Petersburg jumps to $2,100 for two-bedroom apartment
As home prices skyrocket, renters are also feeling the impact. According to rental platform Zumper, as of May 2022, the median rent in St. Petersburg was $1,525 a month for a one-bedroom unit. This represents a year-over-year increase of 17 percent.
Bronx affordable housing apartments available with rents starting at $375 per month
NYC Housing Connect has announced the opening of a housing lottery for 225 new construction affordable housing apartments in the Bronx. The River Crest apartment building is located at 1164 River Avenue, Concourse section of Bronx Community Board 4.
New York City Chrystie Street affordable apartments start at $677 for a studio
If you’re looking for an affordable New York City apartment in a newer building, you might want to check out 171 Chrystie Street. NYC Housing Connect has announced the availability of affordable housing apartments starting at $677 for a studio, $725 for a one-bedroom apartment, and $1,362 for a two-bedroom apartment.
Brooklyn affordable housing apartments now available with rents starting at $537 per month
NYC Housing Connect has announced the availability of 185 affordable apartments in Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood. The 30-story apartment building is located at 90 Sands Street and recently has been renovated.
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