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Here's the (Disturbing) Average High-End Apartment Rent in 30 Largest U.S. Cities
May 24, 2018
Published May 24, 2018 at 12:11 PM
Looking for affordable housing in the LA area is no laughing matter, but you knew that, right?
Los Angeles County's median home price has soared to a record-breaking $590,000, and the overall Southern California region is at $520,000.
That leaves us with renting, and that certainly isn't cheap either. According to a new study by RentCafe that ranked the 30 largest U.S. cities by luxury rent, LA ranks in the top five most expensive.
Take a look where all the major cities fall in RentCafe's new list.
Learn more about the methodology and results here.
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