Kansas City and St. Louis rank in the top 10 for cheapest large U.S. cities for apartment dwellers, according to CBRE’s latest quarterly report in 2013 compiled by The Richest.
Kansas City came in at No. 8 with an average rental price of $778.
“Known for it’s Kansas City style BBQ and being a city full of culture, art and fountains, [Kansas City] is a great place to live for those looking for a cheaper lifestyle than many other big cities,” reported The Richest.
St. Louis came in at No. 9 with an average rental price of $779.
“The barbecue culture [in St. Louis] is great and it’s a fun, vibrant city for a low cost of living,” reported The Richest.
CBRE’s report looked at multi-family units and prices represent the average monthly rent per unit on everything from studios and one-bedrooms to much larger apartments.