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ABODO study: Apartment rents starting to rise again

The average one-bedroom apartment is renting for $1,016 a month this June across the United States, according to a recent report from ABODO. That’s up a bit from the lowest point of the year, an average of $1,003 in March. … Continue reading

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Apartment rents starting to dip a bit in Midwest cities

by Dan Rafter Apartment rents might seem sky-high in cities like Chicago, New York City and San Francisco. But there are actually some cities — two significant ones in the Midwest — in which monthly apartments rents are actually falling. … Continue reading

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WalletHub to Midwest: You stink

by Dan Rafter Like living in a big city? Personal finance site WalletHub suggests that you move out of the Midwest. And if you must live in this part of the country? Move to Lexington. WalletHub recently published its 2015 … Continue reading

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