Detroit has been ranked as the tenth most expensive city to rent in the month of June, according to a report from real estate listing site Zumper.
Although rent dropped $70 to $1,290, Troy remains the most expensive city to rent in metro Detroit.
Novi comes in at second with one bedrooms priced at $1,130. In third, Dearborn with rent at $1,100.
As for the least expensive cities to rent, Detroit remained the most affordable despite a $20 increase to $610.
Pontiac came in as the second least expensive at $630, and Taylor ranked in third at $670.
Just last month, the median one bedroom rent was $791 in Michigan.
The study also cited Southfield and Warren as the fastest growing cities with the fastest growing rent prices.