Apartment rental website Zumper has released its August 2016 National Rent Report and names Wichita “the 99th most expensive rental market in the country.”
Here’s the thing, though: The National Rent Index covers only 100 cities.
That means another way to look at it is Wichita is the second-cheapest rental market.
Nationally, the median price for one-bedroom units in July was $1,158, which compares to $480 in Wichita.
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The median price for two-bedroom units was $1,369, which compares to $610 in Wichita.