By COURTNEY ADELMAN
Miami remains one of the top 10 most expensive cities in which to live.
Miami-Dade County ranked ninth in the country for the most expensive rents with an average of $1,800 for a one bedroom and $2,500 for a two bedroom, according to the latest Zumper National Rent Report for February, which is a monthly analysis that looks at more than 1 million currently active listings across the county’s top 100 markets.
It is about twice as expensive to rent an apartment in a place like San Antonio or in cities in South Carolina.
It is three times more expensive than staying in Oklahoma in a one bedroom apartment In Oklahoma City or Cleveland.
According to The Miami Herald, “Rents in the county range from as high as $5,100 on average in millionaire-thick Fisher Island to $700 in Brownsville, which is still higher than a third of the average rents in the country’s top 100 markets. ”