Apartment Guide found the cities with the tiniest studio, 1- and 2-bedroom rental apartments
by Marian McPherson | Oct 8
New York City clocked in as the least affordable rental market in the US, according to a new study, but it's the Motor City's sky-high cost of living that's truly jaw dropping
by Marian McPherson | Sep 28
Zumper finds rent for one-bedrooms in Museum District, Downtown Houston and Hunter Creek Village to be most expensive
by Inman | Oct 16
Zumper report finds rent in South Beach and Pacific Heights to be most expensive
by Inman | Oct 14
Zumper report finds one-bedroom units in River North and West Loop to be least affordable
by Inman | Oct 7
Zumper report finds rent for one-bedroom units in Georgetown, Dupont Circle and Logan Circle-Shaw to be more affordable
by Inman | Oct 7
Zumper report finds one-bedroom rents in Congress Central and Central Alameda more affordable
by Inman | Oct 5
Zumper report finds rent in Harlem, Washington Heights to be most affordable
by Inman | Sep 15
Zumper report finds rent for one-bedroom units in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Crown Heights and Bushwick to be most affordable
by Inman | Sep 2
Zumper report finds one-bedroom rents in Congress West, Pico Union and Glassell Park more affordable
by Inman | Jul 19
Zumper report finds rent in Outer Mission-Excelsior, Tenderloin and Bayview to be more affordable
by Inman | Jul 13
Zumper report finds rent for one-bedroom units in Humboldt Park and North Lawndale to be more affordable
by Inman | Jul 12
Zumper report finds rent for one-bedroom units in Anacostia and Mount Rainier to be more affordable
by Inman | Jul 11
Zumper report finds rent for one-bedroom units in Kashmere Gardens, Pecan Park to be more affordable
by Inman | Jun 29
Zumper report finds rent for one-bedroom units in Brownsville, East Flatbush to be most affordable
by Inman | Jun 27