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Sauk Village, a community of approximately 10,000 residents situated just south of Chicago, receives an overall grade of C- from Niche, and here’s the rationale behind it: nearly 20% of its population struggles to make ends meet, with one out of every 10 households earning less than $10,000 annually. When accounting for its population size, Sauk Village boasts the unfortunate distinction of having the highest per capita rate of violent crime among all U.S. cities, as reported by the FBI. Additionally, the cost of renting an apartment remains exorbitantly high, with a median monthly rent of $1,178.

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