1 April 2016
According to Apartment List’s April 2016 National Apartment List Rent Report, median rents across the country have taken a sharp rise, after brief decline at the beginning of the year.
Nationwide, average rent prices increased by 0.4% last month, and have increased by 2.7% between March 2015 and March 2016 overall. The median price for a 2-bedroom apartment in the U.S. is $1,300, while 1-bedrooms average $1,150.
The Ten Cities With The Highest Rents
Cities on the coasts continue to be the nation’s most expensive, as the Eastern Seaboard, California, and the Pacific Northwest all make it into the Top 10 Cities with Highest Rents.
Notable cities from the interior that barely missed the cut include Chicago (#12), Denver (#15), and Dallas (#22).
The 10 Cities With the Fastest Growing Rents
Courtesy of https://www.apartmentlist.com/
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