You don't need to go broke paying your rent every month. Once you leave expensive urban areas like Seattle, San Francisco, and New York, you will discover many lively cities that won't break the bank. Read on for four cool cities with a low cost of living.

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There are a lot of factors determining rent price, primarily location, square footage, and upkeep. However "free" perks that come with your lease, have a cost, and that cost is hidden in your monthly rent. Amenities like on-site laundry, a private gym, or a doorman, can all raise your monthly rent. Read on for a breakdown of what different apartment features could be costing you.

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  Image courtesy of Pixabay The Big Apple seems like a place you could only move to if you were a scrappy young girl in a black and white movie getting ready to start her new life in the city, a cast member of Friends or Taylor Swift. Since we have a pretty good hunch that you are none of those ...

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Across the country, rental and house prices are skyrocketing while wages stagnate, causing more and more Americans to be priced out of their homes. Even in cities where the job market is booming, salaries cannot keep up with surging housing costs. However, a few cities are hanging in there. Read on for four cities whose wage growth is keeping pace with housing costs.

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Gentrification is happening nationwide, with corner shops closing down, rent prices rising, and swanky new nightlife popping up in cities all over the country. But revitalization, and the subsequent gentrification is affecting areas at different rates. Read on for a round up of the five most rapidly gentrifying cities in America.

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Beware of rental ad scams: Rent Jungle is a rental search engine for apartment hunters and is not responsible for the content of rental listings found on the site. Rent Jungle encourages you to use common sense while apartment hunting. Beware of fraudulent listings. Click here to learn about common scams.