Median Apartment Rental Rates Q1 2014

Median Apartment Rental Rates: Q1 2014

March 31, 2014 | Rental Trends, Rental Trends and Real Estate News

If you’re looking for a new place to live, knowing the median apartment rental rates can help you know what to expect and establish your monthly budget. It can even help you negotiate your lease.

[Four Lease Negotiation Tips]

Here are the current median apartment rental rates in 20 major cities, according to Rent.com data:


City Studio 1 Bedroom 2 Bedrooms 3 Bedrooms
Atlanta $1,005 $1,069 $1,410 $1,628
Austin $1,035 $1,269 $2,214 $2,590
Baltimore $938 $1,260 $1,200 $1,331
Charlotte $1,595 $1,522 $1,729 $2,114
Chicago $823 $1,150 $1,385 $1,599
Dallas $870 $2,749 $2,174 $3,837
Denver $1,055 $1,979 $2,335 $2,889
Houston $682 $995 $1,270 $1,250
Indianapolis $467 $595 $730 $855
Las Vegas $505 $725 $839 $953
Los Angeles $1,550 $2,050 $2,688 $3,895
Minneapolis $968 $1,395 $1,930 $2,645
New York $2,933 $3,800 $6,133 $10,000
Orlando $638 $858 $982 $1,160
Philadelphia $919 $1,295 $2,512 $3,371
Phoenix $515 $711 $835 $1,120
Sacramento $715 $775 $900 $1,220
San Diego $1,286 $1,605 $1,903 $2,348
San Francisco $2,518 $2,920 $4,004 $4,962
Seattle $1,236 $1,584 $2,072 $2,657

 

[Image Source: Rent.com - Elan at Desert Ridge, Phoenix, AZ]

Search for Apartments

I want a  
in  

I have a

  • Twitter Feed

    We surveyed property managers to get more info on rental trends. Check out what they said! bit.ly/1zi3qCo

Follow Rent.com On Twitter

Rent.com is part of the Primedia Apartments/Rentals network of Sites | © 2013 Consumer Source Inc. A PRIMEDIA Company
Copyright ©1999-2013 Viva Group, Inc. All rights reserved.

Equal Housing Opportunity Equal Housing Opportunity