Rents may be dropping slightly in several of America's largest cities, but it's always helpful to know what your money can get you.
Of course, your rent money will stretch a lot further in some cities than others. A one-bedroom apartment in New York City, for instance, goes for about $2,000 more than the same-sized apartment in Denver.
With the help of real-estate marketplace Zumper and its October national rent report, we've compiled a sampling of one-bedroom listings in the 20 most expensive markets in the US.
Each listing is within $100 of the respective city's median rental price.
20. DENVER: For $1,300 a month, residents of this newly renovated apartment in a quiet residential neighborhood are close to several parks and shopping centers.
This apartment overflows with amenities, including everything from dark wood cabinets to stainless steel appliances to new flooring and lighting.
19. ATLANTA: This spacious apartment goes for $1,295 a month and includes access to a fitness center, picnic area, and outdoor barbecue space.
This pet-friendly apartment comes complete with a balcony, hardwood floors, a walk-in closet, and air conditioning to temper Atlanta's hot summers. The complex also offers a business center, garage parking, and a pool.
18. MINNEAPOLIS: Located in the heart of Minneapolis, units in this complex start at $1,345 a month and sit close to walking trails along the West River Parkway and fine dining in Highland Park.
Rent: $1,345 to $1,495/month
Units at Parkway West captivate residents with an open layout, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a rooftop patio.
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