CINCINNATI – Apartment renters in Cincinnati, feel lucky.
According to a recently released report from the Apartment Guide, an online apartment finding website, the Queen City is the tenth “Most Budget-Friendly Metros” to live in the United States.
The guide based its rankings off internal listing data to determine the metros with the lowest average rent and combined that information with the lowest cost of living according to the third quarter 2013 Cost of Living Index provided by The Council for Economic Research.
In general Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky faired well in the Apartment Guide’s rankings. Columbus ranked fourth most affordable on the list, followed by Dayton, OH, Indianapolis, and Louisville.
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