What Cities Have the Cheapest Homes for Rent?


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As of 2014, the cities with the cheapest homes for rent include: Wichita, Kansas; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Knoxville, Tennessee; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; and Dayton, Ohio, according to Today Money. Wichita, Kansas, tops the list of cities with cheap homes with a 600-square-foot one-bedroom residence renting for $470 per month.

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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is the second cheapest city for renting homes, according to Today Money. This city lists a 900 square-foot home with a gym for $490 per month. Oklahoma City has some of the cleanest air in the United States, and is the location of the National Cowboy Hall of Fame.

Tulsa, Oklahoma, is the third cheapest city with a new, 600-square-foot one-bedroom home renting for $520 per month, according to Today Money. This specific property includes various amenities, and it sits next to a pond as well as multiple golf and country clubs. Tulsa offers one of the largest amusement parks in the world with all-you-can-ride-go-carts and all-you-can-eat pizza.

Knoxville, Tennessee, the fourth city on the list, has a one-bedroom in the woods for $560 per month, according to Today Money. This rental property is available with a playground, nearby pool, balcony and tennis court. Knoxville is home to the famous rifle of Davy Crockett, Old Betsy.

The fifth city on the list, Dayton, Ohio, lists a 500-square-foot one-bedroom residence on a lake for $570 per month. This specific rental includes amenities such as a personal parking space. Dayton is known as the location where the Wright Brothers developed their first plane.

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