If you are looking to change apartments and to ensure you get the biggest bang for your buck, who has the best place—and the best space—for your money?
Pottstown is the place to go, writes Florentina Sarac for RENTCafé.
According to a new analysis of 57 Pennsylvania cities by RENTCafé, the Montgomery County town provides the most apartment space for the state’s average rent of $1,400 in the Philadelphia metro: 992 square feet.
Horsham is close behind in third place, providing renters 957 square feet for $1,400.
Norristown is next at 902 square feet, followed by Lansdale at 898 and Plymouth Meeting at 859.
Other towns offering more than 800 square feet for $1,400 are North Wales at 857, Willow Grove at 854, East Norriton at 821, and Jenkintown at 801.
At the lower end, Elkins Park provides 773 square feet, King of Prussia is at 767, and Conshohocken is at 759. Bryn Mawr is at 742 square feet.
Meanwhile, Wynnewood is second only to Philadelphia among the cities providing the least amount of space for the same average amount. While renters wishing to move to Wynnewood will have to settle for 685 square feet for $1,400.
Read more about where you can get the most bang for your buck at RENTCafé.