See where the Orlando area’s cheapest apartment rent can be found

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Where can residents go in Central Florida to find the lowest rents as housing costs skyrocket?

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Head to the coast, according to Apartment List’s June National Rent Report. The three Central Florida cities with the lowest median two-bedroom rents are found in Brevard and Volusia Counties, including the region’s cheapest rental market: Palm Bay.

The median two-bedroom rent in Palm Bay, Brevard County’s biggest city, is $1,386. The Space Coast market as a whole is undervalued, Joe LaFleur, multifamily expert at Orlando-based 100 Units, told the Orlando Business Journal.

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Rents there historically have been far behind rents in and around Orlando, but the gap is closing, LaFleur said.

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