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Go Broke Renting: 7 Cities Where Rents Are Crazy High

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Seven cities with expensive average rents.

Seven cities with expensive average rents.

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  • 1. Go Broke Renting: 7 Cities Where Rents Are Crazy High
  • 2. United States ZRI Average: $1,297 Median Annual Income: $51,500 Price Per Square Foot: $0.85
  • 3. 7. New York, New York ZRI Average: $2,295 Median Annual Income: $77,740 Price Per Square Foot: $1.44 Image Source: Flickr/ David Blaikie
  • 4. 6. Honolulu, Hawaii ZRI Average: $2,327 Median Annual Income: $45,600 Price Per Square Foot: $2.01 Image Source: Flickr/ Travelbusy.com
  • 5. 5. Los Angeles, California ZRI Average: $2,335 Median Annual Income: $55,500 Price Per Square Foot: $1.59 Image Source: Flickr/ Vicente A.
  • 6. 4. Ventura, California ZRI Average: $2,337 Median Annual Income: $53,500 Price Per Square Foot: $1.41 Image Source: Flickr/ Randy Robertson
  • 7. 3. Stamford, Connecticut ZRI Average: $2,349 Median Annual Income: $97,700 Price Per Square Foot: $1.42
  • 8. 2. San Francisco, California ZRI Average: $2,601 Median Annual Income: $78,200 Price Per Square Foot: $1.70 Image Source: Flickr/ Jamie McCaffrey
  • 9. 1. San Jose, California ZRI Average: $2,757 Median Annual Income: $99,600 Price Per Square Foot: $1.83 Image Source: Flickr/ TopRank Online Marketing
  • 10. Your credit card may soon be worthless. Here’s Why

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