When faced with the decision to rent a new place, city dwellers have to make the choice of which season makes most sense for them. While piling personal items into a U-Haul during a January snowstorm doesn’t sound like the most stress-free experience, sometimes it means paying significantly less each month.
- July and September are the most expensive months to rent in NYC.
- The highest months compared with the lowest months equates to more than a 4 percent difference in price.
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