What $1,000 rent looks like across America

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What $1,000 Rent Looks Like in America

Ahh, America. There's no such thing as a free lunch... or a free apartment.

In some cities, you get a pretty good amount of bang for your buck. In others like New York City and San Francisco? Well, this BuzzFeed video (and gallery) may just inspire you to move. The rent's too darn high!

This is the amount of space $1,000 can get you:
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What $1,000 rent looks like across America

Cleveland, OH

68 cents per square foot, 1470 sq. ft.

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Little Rock, AR

73 cents per square foot, 1369 sq. ft.

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Kansas City, MO

79 cents per square foot, 1265 sq. ft.

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Kenosha, WI

83 cents per square foot, 1204 sq. ft.

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Casper, WY

$1.08 per square foot, 925 sq. ft.

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Atlanta, GA

$1.21 per square foot, 826 sq. ft.

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Dallas, TX

$1.34 per square foot, 746 sq. ft.

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Los Angeles, CA

$2.17 per square foot, 460 sq. ft.

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Honolulu, Hawaii

$2.29 per square foot, 435 sq. ft.

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San Francisco, CA

$2.54 per square foot, 394 sq. ft.

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Washington, DC

$2.85 per square foot, 350 sq. ft.

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New York, NY

$4.91 per square foot, 204 sq. ft.

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Comparing square footage in New York and Ohio. (Courtesy: BuzzFeed)
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