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WASHINGTON, DC-Washington is the most expensive city in terms of total rental income, according to the Building Owners and Managers Association International’s 2013 Experience Exchange Report. It clocks in at $44.30 per square foot. New York, NY, San Mateo,  San Francisco and Santa Monica, CA, follow at $39 per square foot, $36.94 per square foot, $34.49 per square foot and $34.098 per square foot, respectively.

On the other end of the spectrum is Macon, GA, which had a total rental income per square foot of $8.16. It is followed by Shreveport, LA ($11.18), Columbus, Ohio ($12.09), Huntsville, AL ($12.81) and Little Rock, AK ($12.81).

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