Where Renters Get the Most & Least
by Martin Armstrong (Statista)
This chart shows the average size of residential property available for a monthly rent of $1,500 in popular global cities.
Analysis of Yardi Matrix data by RENTCafé has revealed the cities where renters get the best and worst deal when it comes to space.
If you're looking to rent a place in Istanbul and have a monthly budget of $1,500 at your disposal, you're going to be able to stretch your legs out with an average of 176 square meters.
In Manhattan though, the story is quite different. With such a budget, renters can only expect to have 26 square meters to live in.
Our chart shows the average space you would get in 25 popular cities around the world.
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