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Football fever: What is the market like around the nation’s top stadiums?

In most cities, fans are going to have to pay up to be near the action

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Takeaways: Chicago renters are going to pay the most to have an apartment near the football action with the average rent of $2,890. Green Bay fans need to pay an average of only $740 to get a rental near the legendary Lambeau Field. Fans of the Seahawks will have to pay $2,684 to hear the loudest stadium in the NFL. The first game of the National Football League season kicks off Sept. 10, and fans all over the nation are gearing up for it. The communities surrounding some of the most prominent stadiums will see an influx in visitors, of course, but what about those people looking to live close to the action? From the city to the small town, raging football fans may need your help to find (and sometimes afford) the ideal apartment where they can don their team's colors, shamelessly wave their flag high and prepare for pigskin Sundays where they can almost feel the rumblings of the stadium. Here's a glimpse into the rental markets surroundingĀ some of the most popular...