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Largest New York Rental Markets

These are the largest rental markets in New York by number of recent listings.



Most Expensive and Most Affordable Cities in New York

Top 10 most expensive and most affordable places to live in New York with average rent.

Top 10 Most Expensive Cities

  1. 1. New York City ($2,273)
  2. 2. Brooklyn ($2,285)
  3. 3. Long Island City ($2,264)
  4. 4. Astoria ($2,261)
  5. 5. Forest Hills ($2,265)
  6. 6. Ridgewood ($2,269)
  7. 7. Flushing ($2,259)
  8. 8. Rego Park ($2,264)
  9. 9. Sunnyside ($2,264)
  10. 10. Jamaica ($2,268)

Top 10 Most Affordable Cities

  1. 1. Troy ($1,077)
  2. 2. Binghamton ($915)
  3. 3. Poughkeepsie ($2,242)
  4. 4. Syracuse ($902)
  5. 5. East Elmhurst ($2,260)
  6. 6. Mount Vernon ($2,251)
  7. 7. Saratoga Springs ($1,071)
  8. 8. Rochester ($845)
  9. 9. Ithaca ($895)
  10. 10. Schenectady ($1,088)

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