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With so many people moving to Portland, Ore., from nearby regional states, many are on the hunt for an affordable place to live. If you are not familiar with Portland, you need to know which parts of town offer the most affordable housing options currently available. We have found some of the cheapest on-the-market studios and apartments to rent in Portland.

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Portland has six main sections of town and each quadrant has its own price range for listed apartments. First, we’ll answer two important questions about the cheapest studios and apartments in Portland and then we’ll give you a quick list of the cheapest 2-bedroom, 1-bedroom, and studio apartments given on ApartmentGuide.com. There are five listed under each category below along with a small gallery of photos of each apartment/studio for you to look through.

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1 . WHICH SIDE OF TOWN IS THE MOST EXPENSIVE TO LIVE IN PORTLAND?

The two most expensive neighborhoods in Portland to rent an apartment are Alameda and South Burlingame. (ZeroDown.com)

2 . WHERE ARE THE CHEAPEST PLACES TO LIVE IN PORTLAND?

The five least expensive places to live in Portland are Arlington Heights, Laurelhurst, Healy Heights, Hillsdale, and Kerns. (ZeroDown.com) We found the cheapest studios and apartments to rent in each of these Portland neighborhoods.

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Top 5 Cheapest Places to Live in Portland, Oregon

STUDIO APARTMENTS

1 . NW 20th St
Price Per Month: $950

Edington Portland LLC
Edington Portland LLC via apartmentguide.com
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2 . NW 2nd Ave
Price Per Month: $770

Pinehust Management
Pinehurst Management via apartmentguide.com
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3 . N Vancouver Ave

Price Per Month: $925

Bear Creek PMG
Bear Creek PMG via ApartmentGuide.com
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4 . N Kilpatrick St
Price Per Month: $975

David Nase Property Management
David Nase Property Management via ApartmentGuide.com
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5 . N Lombard St

Price Per Month: $995

ADI Properties Inc
ADI Properties Inc via ApartmentGuide.com
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1-BEDROOM APARTMENTS:

1 . Apartment on SW Broadway
$750

Bungalow Properties Oregon
Bungalow via ApartmentGuide.com
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2 . N Blandena St

$750

Rentlinx
Rentlinx via ApartmentGuide.com
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3 . NE 15th Ave

$790

Bungalow Properties
Bungalow Properties via ApartmentGuide.com
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4 . N Denver Ave

$750

Properties by Bungalow
Bungalow via ApartmentGuide.com
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5 . NE 58th Ave

$725

Bungalow Properties Oregon
Bungalow via ApartmentGuide.com
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2-BEDROOM APARTMENTS:

1 . SE Division St
$1,095

Andersen Villa Portland
Portland Homes and Commercial Properties via ApartmentGuide.com
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2 . SE Bush St

$1,150

Stark Firs Management
Stark Firs Management via ApartmentGuide.com
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3 . SE 160th Ave

$1,150

Stark Firs Management
Stark Firs Management via ApartmentGuide.com
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4 . SE Stark St

$1,150

Stark Firs Management
Stark Firs Management via Apartmentguide.com
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5 . SE Powell Blvd

$1,195

Rental Management Services
Rental Management Services via ApartmentGuide.com
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Whether you choose to rent a studio or an apartment, we wish you good luck on your search and hope you find a home where you can easily afford to live!

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