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Can You Afford to Live in These Cities?

This is Where Your Salary Can Take You

City living doesn’t come cheap, so we broke it down for you and figured out what salary you need in order to afford a house in some of the trendiest cities in the U.S!

San Francisco – $152,173


Median House Price: $835,400      Monthly Payment: $3,551

Los Angeles – $100,147


Median House Price: $536,700     Monthly Payment: $2,227

Boston – $86,054


Median House Price: $435,300     Monthly Payment: $2,008

New York City – $85,488


Median House Price: $397,600     Monthly Payment: $1,995

Denver – $70,741


Median House Price: $386,800     Monthly Payment: $1,651

Miami – $64,879


Median House Price: $315,000     Monthly Payment: $1,514

Chicago – $61,291


Median House Price: $244,100    Monthly Payment: $1,430

Philadelphia – $53,108

Median House Price: $234,800     Monthly Payment: $1,239

Atlanta – $39,385

Median House Price: $191,500     Monthly Payment: $919

Pittsburg – $31,962


Median House Price: $140,000    Monthly Payment: $746


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4 Great Edgewater 2 Bedroom Rentals You Can Afford!

Edgewater is one of Chicago’s up and coming neighborhoods and you better believe that neighborhood has plenty of perks! From beautiful homes to lovely shops, you won’t miss out on any fun. Plus, you’re near the lake! What more could you ask for during the Chicago summer heat?

In case you were looking for 2 bedroom apartments in the Edgewater area, we are here to show you 5 of our favorite picks!

Get the details of the 5 great Edgewater 2 bedroom rentals you can afford below:

1.) 1544 W Glenlake Ave –  $1,575/mo
This stunning, gut rehabbed building has large 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. There is an elevator in the building so you know carrying groceries won’t be a hassle.


2.) 6101 N Sheridan Rd Apt 7C – $1,625/mo
This beautiful condo is on the 7th floor so you know you have a great views of the lake. Just Steps Away from CTA, you are close to downtown, Loyola University and of course, the lake.


3.) 5536 N Winthrop Ave. $1,525/mo
This condo has plenty of space for you and someone else! fireplace so you can keep yourselves warm during these cold Chicago winters. The breakfast nook is what stole our hearts.
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4.) 1451 W Balmoral Ave. $1,550/mo
From the huge living space to the exposed brick, this is a steal deal.

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Living in one of Chicago’s awesome neighborhoods isn’t expensive! Which please is your style? We love the last one.