Everyone knows that rent is cheaper in some cities than others. A place in New York will be tiny compared to a rental in Houston. But it's often hard to visualize exactly how much bigger. Thanks to Rent Cafe, now you can compare what $1500 for rent will get you in 30 different cities around the US. Unsurprisginly, New York is the most expensive, followed by San Francisco, but the cheapest cities aren't quite as predictable. See the full interactive graphic at Rent Cafe.
Via Mental Floss