Renting in Milwaukee: What's the cheapest apartment available right now?

According to rental site Zumper, median rents for a one-bedroom in Milwaukee are hovering around $734. But how does the low-end pricing on a Milwaukee rental look these days — and what might you get for your money?

We took a look at local listings for studios and one-bedroom apartments to find out what budget-minded apartment seekers can expect to find.

Read on for the cheapest listings available right now. (Note: prices and availability are subject to change.)

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2903 W. Michigan St.

This studio, situated at 2903 W. Michigan St. in Merrill Park, is listed for $507/month for its 600 square feet of space.

Cats are welcome. There's no leasing fee required for this rental.

According to Walk Score's assessment, this location is friendly for those on foot, is convenient for biking and has good transit options.

(See the complete listing here.)

1315 N. Cass St.

Here's a studio at 1315 N. Cass St. in Yankee Hill, which, at 325 square feet, is also going for $515/month.

In the unit, you'll find central heating, hardwood flooring and in-unit laundry. Feline companions are allowed. There's no leasing fee required for this rental.

Per Walk Score ratings, this location is a "walker's paradise," is convenient for biking and offers many nearby public transportation options.

(See the full listing here.)

2822 N. First St.  

And finally, there's this one-bedroom, one-bathroom at 2822 N. First St. in Harambee. It's being listed for $575/month.

Garage parking is listed as a building amenity. In the unit, you're promised hardwood floors. Good news for cat lovers: kitties are welcome. The rental doesn't require a leasing fee.

Per Walk Score ratings, the area around this address is quite walkable, is relatively bikeable and has good transit options.

(Here's the full listing.)

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