Live as a Couple in Style: Average Apartment Costs Across America

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Rental rates are going up and are often higher than paying a mortgage. If you want to save money on cost of living and are willing to move, you can certainly find places where rent is cheaper. Here’s the average in several major American cities.
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Washington D.C.

Here in the nation’s capitol, the average rent for a two-bedroom apartment being $3,080 per month.
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Los Angeles

In the City of Angels, a two-bedroom apartment will set you back $2,710 per month.
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Vancouver, Washington

For $1,050 per month, you can rent an average two-bedroom apartment in Vancouver.
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Salt Lake City, Utah

This city has a lower rate than many other cities with the average two-bedroom apartment costing you about $1,000 per month.
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Miami, Florida

You’ll pay about $2,600 for a two-bedroom apartment where you can enjoy warm sunny climates year round.
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Stamford, Connecticut

On average, a two-bedroom apartment here will run you $2,500 per month.
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Boston, Massachusetts

For about $2,950 per month, you can rent a two-bedroom apartment in Boston.
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San Francisco, California

Arguably one of the most expensive places to live, a two-bedroom apartment here will run you $4,730 per month.
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New York City, New York

It’s pretty pricey to live in the Big Apple and a two-bedroom apartment will run you about $4,500 per month.
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Denver, Colorado

Denver is becoming an increasingly popular place to live and a two-bedroom apartment averages $1,770 per month.
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Oklahoma City

For only $750 per month, you can save some cash and rent a two-bedroom in Oklahoma.
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Houston, Texas

A two-bedroom in Houston costs about $1,520 per month.
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St. Louis

At about $1,020 per month, St. Louis is a less expensive place to live than many others.
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Chicago, Illinois

Live by a Great Lake and a two-bedroom will set you back $1,850 per month.
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