How much rent can you afford in the big cities?

Rent is becoming increasingly important for most Americans, especially millennials, according to a new study from Zillow.

According to Zillows report, millennials are living in places that are significantly cheaper than in the past.

The survey also found that people in the Bay Area are increasingly spending more on housing than people in other parts of the country.

For instance, in the city of San Francisco, millennials spend almost $200 per month on rent compared to $115 per month for people over 35.

In contrast, millennials in the cities of San Jose, Los Angeles, and San Diego are spending less on rent than those in cities like New York, Chicago, and Boston.

However, the report also found people are still spending more than they did a few years ago, with some cities seeing rents increase by more than 30 percent in the last year.

Rents in many of the cities surveyed are significantly lower than those they occupied a few decades ago.

For example, in San Francisco and the cities surrounding it, rents have risen nearly 60 percent since 2009, according a Zilloview analysis of Zillowitz data.

The study found the cost of housing is the most important factor driving the rent increase in these cities.

In contrast, renters in the Northeast have been able to enjoy a much lower price increase than renters in cities such as New York and Los Angeles.

Rent in cities that are located in the South also increased over the past few years.

The average rent in the Southern states rose 6.6 percent between 2014 and 2019, while renters in California’s Bay Area fell by about 6.7 percent, according the study.

In the Southern cities of Atlanta, Houston, and Jacksonville, rents increased an average of 19.9 percent.

In addition to higher rents, millennials and older Americans are spending more money on food and other items than previous generations.

Rental income has grown more slowly for older people than for younger people.

Zillo reports that in the mid-20th century, renters aged 65 to 74 saw an average increase of 8.5 percent annually, while their average rent has increased by about 5.8 percent per year since 2007.

In 2018, the median income for renters in Atlanta was $61,000, while in New York the median was $56,500.

In the Bay area, the income for rental renters was $65,800, compared to the $69,500 for rental households in Los Angeles and New York.

The report also showed that in many areas, the cost for basic necessities such as food and clothing are higher than in years past.

For instance, the average cost for groceries and gas in Los Altos, Calif., was $1,500 in 2018, compared with $1 for the Bay in New Jersey and New Mexico.