The top 10 cities for tenants

It's all smiles for renters in these markets

New York Weekend Edition /
Nov.November 12, 2017 05:38 PM

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Based on the 2015 American Housing Survey, Abodo, a site for rental listings, ranked 25 metro areas according to where tenants are the most satisfied with their homes. Here are the top 10 cities where tenants are loving life:

10. Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach

Daniel Dudek

9. Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale

DGustafson

8. Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue

Rattlhed

7. Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington

nthomas76207

6. Boston-Cambridge-Newton

Bill Damon

5. Denver-Aurora-Lakewood

R0uge

4. Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell

Ron Reiring

3. Washington-Arlington-Alexandria

Pixabay

2. Kansas City

Stuart Seeger

1. Raleigh

Bz3rk

[Abodo] — E.K. Hudson


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