Have you been thinking of moving to a different city with just a $2,000 budget? Or are you analyzing what the market would be like in other United States' cities? To make things simpler, here are a few of what your money can afford in these major cities.


Lincoln Park, Vintage Two-Bedroom: Vintage here is characterized by stained glasses on its windows, a cozy feel, and a wooded trim. This is near Lincoln Park, and adjacent to popular areas like Wrigleyville, LakeView and Boystown.

Los Angeles

The Grove, One-Bedroom: With the increasing rental prices in the city, a $2K budget can only get you a mid-city West one-bedroom apartment. The property is neighboring Hollywood, the County Museum of Art, and The Grove. It is not a huge apartment, but it is coveted because of its hardwood floors, location, gated parking, and closet space.


Uptown, Three-Bedroom: Fully-furnished with a balcony, granite countertops, and hardwood floors. It has two bathrooms, three bedrooms, and is welcome to pets.


Downtown, Two-Bedroom: $2K in Austin will let you have a two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment. The kitchen finishes are wonderful with a perfect entertainment layout. Your family members, roommate, and guests will find comfort in their respective rooms that have its own bathrooms. The unit has a washer and dryer, as well as has access to amenities such as a fitness center, a lounge, and a pool.


Two-bedroom, with huge windows: This Seattle pad has access to city views. A two-bedroom within the Belltown community, it has great amenities like a pool, a fireplace, a washer and dryer, and a balcony.

New York

Studio, Prime Fridge: This studio apartment can make you reach out to your fridge without going out of bed. The Chelsea property will make you feel like you belong to a high-end Manhattan neighborhood.


One-Bedroom, with rock detail: If you are among those few who want to experience cave-like living, then this Boston one-bedroom apartment is perfect. The rock accent on one of the 525-square-foot walls will define the entire property, aside from the living room's little balcony and french doors.