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RentHop tracks historical rental prices and trends for a majority of metropolitan areas in the United States.

Click on a city/metro in the list below to view average rents, as a whole and also by individual neighborhood.
City / Metro Area 1BR 2BR Budget
Atlanta, GA $1,155 $1,350 Pricey
Austin-Round Rock Metro Area, TX $975 $1,239 Average
Baltimore, MD $1,270 $1,500 Pricey
Boston, MA $2,340 $2,751 Pricey
Chicago, IL $1,575 $1,865 Pricey
Dallas-Fort Worth, TX $1,200 $1,605 Pricey
Detroit, MI $725 $950 Cheap
Hampton Roads, VA $850 $1,150 Average
Houston, TX $825 $1,125 Cheap
Las Vegas, NV $839 $1,043 Cheap
Los Angeles, CA $1,910 $2,595 Pricey
Miami, FL $1,463 $1,800 Pricey
New York City, NY $3,150 $3,600 Pricey
Orlando, FL $900 $1,115 Average
Philadelphia, PA $1,375 $1,500 Pricey
Phoenix, AZ $935 $1,250 Average
Portland, OR $1,236 $1,295 Pricey
San Antonio, TX $799 $1,025 Cheap
San Diego, CA $1,595 $2,100 Pricey
San Francisco Bay Area, CA $2,486 $3,203 Pricey
Seattle, WA $1,300 $1,825 Pricey
Tampa-St. Petersburg, FL $940 $1,275 Average
Washington, DC $1,700 $1,975 Pricey
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