Software company AppFolio visualized 13 possible apartments in different cities, all correlating with that same price tag. And in case you were probably wondering, it also traced what happens to your rent check once you hand it over to your landlord — and surprise, one of the major expenses is taxes. About 59.7% is left for the property manager to profit from, on average.
To see how your living quarters measures up to other cities, check out the infographic below.
View Full Size Infographic: How Much Space The Average Rent Gets You Across The US