Top 10 Cities Where Rent Is Cheap, But Cost of Living Isn’t



9. Cleveland

Median rent: $846

Average cost of living: 103.3

Cleveland is one of the cheapest places to rent in the U.S. if you want to live in a large city. The median rent in this city on the shore of Lake Erie is nearly $600 cheaper than the national median. Although you’ll save money on housing costs, you’ll pay more for other living expenses in Cleveland — especially groceries and health.

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