Before planning a big move, it's important to have a clear picture of what your new city will cost you. TIME Money recently shared the results of a study conducted by GoBankingRates that reveals what the average person pays in rent for a one-bedroom apartment in 50 cities across the country.

To create its thorough overview of the current national rental market, GoBankingRates used information from Zillow's rental index for March 2016, including median rent prices and square footage. It also used the cost of living database Numbeo to find the average cost of utilities and and to help calculate walkability and the percentage of apartments with such desirable amenities as dishwashers, washer-dryers, fitness center access, and parking.

The data reveals what many renters and apartment hunters may already know: There is often a sizable difference in apartment prices within the same state. Renters who live in one bedroom apartments in San Francisco, for example, pay $3600 each month, more than three times what residents of Sacramento pay. Similarly, renters in Newark, New Jersey pay $850 for 650 square feet, while nearby New Yorkers pay $2200 (and get an additional 100 square feet).

Check out the average rent prices in our chart below, and head over to GoBankingRates for a more detailed breakdown of its findings.

San Francisco, California $3600
San Jose, California $2536
New York, New York $2200
Washington, DC $2172
Boston, Massachusetts $2025
Los Angeles, California $2014
Miami, Florida $2000
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania $1850
Honolulu, Hawaii $1795
Seattle, Washington $1795
San Diego, California $1760
Anaheim, California $1606
Chicago, Illinois $1595
Denver, Colorado $1436
Minneapolis, Minnesota $1435
Nashville, Tennessee $1395
Atlanta, Georgia $1387
Houston, Texas $1308
New Orleans, Louisiana $1298
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania $1295
Dallas, Texas $1271
Charlotte, North Carolina $1265
Baltimore, Maryland $1175
Tampa, Florida $1100
Austin, Texas $1100
Portland, Oregon $1095
Anchorage, Alaska $995
Sacramento, California $995
Virginia Beach, Virginia $975
Phoenix, Arizona $909
Jacksonville, Florida $896
Las Vegas, Nevada $875
Newark, New Jersey $850
Memphis, Tennessee $835
San Antonio, Texas $830
Kansas City, Missouri $795
Omaha, Nebraska $759
Colorado Springs, Colorado $750
Milwaukee, Wisconsin $750
Louisville, Kentucky $750
Columbus, Ohio $750
Indianapolis, Indiana $732
Albuquerque, New Mexico $715
St. Louis, Missouri $700
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma $650
El Paso, Texas $600
Tuscon, Arizona $560
Detroit, Michigan $550
Cleveland, Ohio $525
Wichita, Kansas $470

[h/t TIME]