Price Check Rental Edition

Got $2,000? What you'll get across NYC

By Virginia K. Smith  | June 19, 2014 - 11:59AM

Looking for a rental in New York that's $2,000 or under? If you're looking in Manhattan (and most of Brooklyn) you'll find a lot of studios and one-bedrooms, but move further out to Queens, Staten Island, and even Sunset Park, and you can still score a family-sized home, complete with backyard.

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