See what $2,000 in rent gets you in 11 cities across the U.S.

Left: A New York studio renting at $2,000 per month. Right: A four-bedroom house renting at $2,000 per month in Kansas City, Mo. (Zumper)

Depending on where you live, $2,000 rent can get you palatial pad or leave you cramped for space.

Apartment search website Zumper looked at $2,000 rental listings in different locations across the country. While $2,000 will get you an elegant 4-bedroom home in places like Iowa City, Iowa and Kansas City, Mo., you'll still be left in a compact studio in cities like San Francisco and New York.

But don't assume that you can't find spacious accommodations for $2,000 in any big cities. In Detroit, Houston, and Miami, you could get a renovated 3-bedroom pad for $2,000. Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. offered 2-bedroom homes for that amount.

Check out the listings below to see what $2,000 in rent can get you in different cities across the country.

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