Just $880 a month gets you this one bedroom, 815 square foot apartment. The complex also has "a resident clubhouse, cyber café with Wi-Fi, media/gaming room and state-of-the-art 24 hour fitness center." But it's not furnished, so don't get your hopes up about having the same amazing setup seen here.
This studio is a 400 square-foot bedroom attached to a main home. But if you're a college student, it's 10 minutes from SDSU. However, the ad warns, "Sorry no loud parties, no smoking, no pets, no drugs, no heavy drinking, no weapons." So you'll have to get rid of your cats and swords before moving in.
If you want to live in this hip Detroit suburb, you can get this one bedroom for $1100 a month. At 700 square feet, you get a decent amount of room. And it's about 14 miles from Detroit, so you'll have plenty of opportunities to go to 8 Mile and get into a rap battle or two
Located in Manhattan's Upper West Side, the listing describes it as a one bedroom, but it's actually a 100-square foot partitioned living room. You read that correctly, 100 square feet. But it comes with furniture...that you'll be unable to avoid since you only have 100 SQUARE FEET.
Want to live close to Chicago, but away from the hustle and bustle? Then you can live in this 560 square foot, one bedroom apartment in Maywood, about 12 miles from the city. It's $935 a month, but it comes with free heat, which will definitely come in handy.
Do you enjoy living with as little space as possible? Then you might enjoy this Kenmore Square apartment, which has 215 square feet. However, it is still described as "the largest studio in the building."
This 755-foot one bedroom apartment is $950 a month. The complex has a pool, fitness center, and is a couple of blocks away from the Mall of America light rail. So you might get a good deal on rent, but then you'll spend all your money while shopping.
For $1100 a month, you can live in this Hawaiian home. Unfortunately, you don't get the whole house, but a studio room with a private entrance located inside. The square footage isn't listed, but the ad says "the unit is small but will fit a full size bed and a small dining set." And possibly not much else.
This one bedroom apartment comes in at 786 square feet and costs $900 a month. Henderson is the second-largest city in Nevada, and 16 miles from Las Vegas. But if you move here, you can find out if what happens in Henderson stays in Henderson.
This two bedroom, 966 square foot apartment is $1070 a month. Over an hour away from Seattle, the ad describes Yelm as "a peaceful, small town setting where back-roads and outdoor adventure surround you." It also has "rich, chocolate colored cabinetry throughout," which sounds delicious. But if you try to eat the cabinets, you'll probably be disappointed.
This one bedroom, one bath is $925 a month, and five minutes from downtown Austin. The ad also explicitly states that there's "no pesky carpet!" So if you like carpets and are offended by the use of the word "pesky," seek elsewhere.
In Decatur, you can get this three bedroom, 1563 square-foot house for $1,000 a month. And you're just eight miles away from Atlanta. Which means if you want, you can root for the Falcons and then get really disappointed during the Super Bowl.
This two bedroom, two bathroom apartment in Antioch (near Nashville) can be yours for just over a thousand a month. At 1043 square feet, you get good amount of room. The ad also mentions they don't have a security deposit, so maybe that means you can trash it all you want! (But don't take our word for that.)