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We asked expats and digital nomads in United States what typical rental prices are in United States. They commented...

"The rental price for a nice 1 bedroom apartment in the United States will vary depending on location, size, and amenities. In general, renters should expect to pay anywhere from $1,000 to $2,000 per month for a nice 1 bedroom apartment. For a nice 2 bedroom apartment, the prices can be considerably higher, ranging between $1,400 and $3,000 per month," said another expat in United States.

"For $1000 or less you may find a nice sor small cottage. There are 1 and even 2 bedrooms at that price an array of problems are likely. My 1BR is cute and has a wonderful patio and view. The area is safe and quiet but the kitchen and bathroom are too small. It is a bargain at $1300. The 2BR upstairs $2300. Between $1500 and and $2000 your studio should be lovely but a nice 1BR at that price will require some searching. If you have $3000 it should not be too hard to find whatever you want. The only thing I can say about $10,000 is there are extravagant rentals at that price. Personally I'd be scared of neighbors who could afford that," wrote a member who made the move to Christiansted, US.

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