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Here's what a one-bedroom apartment looks like in America's 20 most expensive rental markets

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.
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