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Rent prices may have surged in the past few years, but there are still big metropolitan areas in the U.S. where renters can find an affordable abode, according to a new analysis.

Realtor.com’s latest rental trends report found that while median rents remain high across the country, growth continued cooling in January. What’s more, the real estate listing site identified 10 cities where renters can find housing for under $1,300 a month.

What the data says