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If you’re looking for a city that has something for everyone, Salt Lake City might just be the place for you. It’s home to over 200,000 people, and there are plenty of ways to enjoy all that the city has to offer. The average rent here is around $1,500 per month—a bit higher than average—but if you don't want to spend too much on your apartment or house share then this price may be right up your alley!

The first thing to consider when searching for an apartment in Salt Lake City (and any other city) is location: where exactly do you want to live? You should consider how close or far away from work or school it will be; how long it will take by public transportation; whether public transportation exists at all; what kind of amenities exist nearby (restaurants, grocery stores); if there is parking available; and so on! You also need to think about whether amenities like outdoor space are important enough for you not only during summer months but year round as well! The best way I've found of doing this is by using Google Maps with its various filters including "walking distance," "drive time," etc., which allows me see exactly where everything falls within my budget constraints without having any prior knowledge about what places are available and their prices beforehand."

The second thing to consider is rent affordability. This will be determined by your income, how much per month you're able to pay in rent, and any other living expenses (like food or transportation). I like using a cost of living calculator when deciding what areas are affordable for me based on my current situation.

In the end, if you're looking for a place that fits into both of these categories—cost-effective and convenient—then it will ultimately come down to location. You'll have an easier time finding affordable housing in areas with fewer amenities nearby or by taking public transportation instead of driving (or relying on other forms of transportation like biking). So take some time to think about where you want your next home to be located before making any big decisions!

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