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Here Are the Most Expensive US Cities for Renters Right Now

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Boston leaped over San Francisco to land in second place on the list of most expensive US rental markets, with New York still holding the crown. 

The median one-bedroom rent in Boston jumped 5.9% this month from September, to $3,060, according to a new report on metropolitan areas from Zumper, a rental-listing company. In San Francisco, it dropped 2.6% to $3,020. New York’s median fell 2.3% to $3,860.