A Manhattan Migration - Rents Plummet - Luxury Market Softens
It's A Renter's Market In Manhattan
As a New Yorker, there are a few things that one just comes to accept: crowded subways, unpredictable weather, and rising rents. That last one seems to be reversing course, at least for Manhattanites. RentHop's [...]
NYC Heat Complaints up 20% Year over Year – Bronx Cooler than Brooklyn
As this year's first "polar vortex" passes and the first day of winter arrives, hopefully you’ve found something good in the pocket of your old winter coat. Winter is undoubtedly one of the most stylish seasons of the year, with so many different ways to layer up. Unfortunately, many New [...]
1908-2016 Rent Prices Soar - Apartments Shrink - The Cubs Keep Winning
Over the past 108 years Chicago has really changed, but some things will always be the same. Needing a place to live is one of those things, and we've found it wasn't nearly as easy as it is today to find an apartment in 1908. There was no RentHop, or Craigslist, or internet whatsoever, so [...]
Lights, Camera, Action! San Francisco's Top Film Locations
Have you ever happened upon a film set? It’s such an exciting feeling and even the most jaded among us can get a little starstruck, wondering who you may see. The RentHop data science team has discovered the top locations in SF for stalking actresses and actors such as Michael Douglas, [...]
Where Does the Train of Rising Rents Stop?
An Analysis of Rents and the Elevated Rail Lines
Close your eyes and think of your least favorite things. If the ‘L’ and your monthly rent comes to mind, then you’re in for a treat. The RentHop data science team has put together a map of median rents for one-bedroom [...]
How Chivalrous Is Your Boston Neighborhood?
Florists.com and RentHop Joint Data Study
It’s that time again. The wedding invitations are hitting your mailbox and you’re forced to watch as your friends are getting [...]