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The 25 Cheapest Places To Live In Florida

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Rank City 1-BR Average Rent Average YoY Rent Price Change
1 Lake City $601 -3.07%
2 Haines City $748 1.48%
3 Titusville $758 -2.52%
4 Green Cove Springs $800 4.21%
5 Panama City $882 -0.76%
6 Plant City $894 5.33%
7 Lynn Haven $904 -0.83%
8 Tarpon Springs $929 2.98%
9 Winter Haven $938 -0.26%
10 Tallahassee $939 8.66%
11 Spring Hill $961 23.19%
12 Pensacola $1,007 9.29%
13 Atlantic Beach $1,027 -4.42%
14 Orange Park $1,028 3.48%
15 Crestview $1,074 -1.44%
16 Lakeland $1,089 6.40%
17 Jacksonville $1,108 -5.15%
18 Ponte Vedra Beach $1,122 -0.60%
19 Palm Bay $1,130 10.15%
20 Altamonte Springs $1,135 -7.94%
21 Daytona Beach $1,136 -1.67%
22 Lady Lake $1,139 N/A
23 Dade City $1,152 6.48%
24 Ocala $1,160 3.60%
25 Temple Terrace $1,162 -8.11%

Methodology

Rent prices are based on a rolling weighted average from Apartment Guide and Rent.com’s multifamily rental property inventory of one-bedroom apartments. We pulled our data in December 2020, and it goes back for one year. Our team uses a weighted average formula that more accurately represents price availability for each individual unit type and reduces the influence of seasonality on rent prices in specific markets.

We excluded cities with insufficient inventory from this report.

The rent information included in this article is used for illustrative purposes only.

The data contained herein do not constitute financial advice or a pricing guarantee for any apartment.

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