Renters in many places are getting better deals than they ever did.
But it’s tough to pinpoint exactly how much you can expect to pay.
The median rent for a two-bedroom apartment in Seattle in March was $2,566 a month, down from $3,095 a month in February, according to a report from RealClearRent.
And it fell to $2.33 in New York City in March, according a report by Zillow.
The lowest-priced apartment in Los Angeles in March is $1,700 a month.
And in San Francisco, the average rent is $2 a month — the lowest since 2009, when the city started tracking data.
The numbers for Seattle are among the lowest in the country.
Renters are looking for a house that offers space for family, a balcony and plenty of storage space.
They also want a place with good fitness facilities.
A $2-per-month apartment in the Seattle area has an average monthly rent of $1.35 million, according, the most recent data available.
Seattle rents for rent are among those with the most vacancies.
The city has the nation’s highest vacancy rate, at 12.5 percent.
Rent increases aren’t common, but they do happen, and the average annual increase in March for a median-priced rent was just 1.2 percent, according the report.
The average rent for two- and three-bedroom apartments is $3.28 and $3 for a three-person unit, according.
That’s a 3.6 percent increase over the previous month.
The report did not list the most expensive apartment in a three bedroom or a four bedroom.
The Seattle median apartment rents for $2 million, which is $200,000 more than the median rent in New Jersey, the report said.
Rent is also up in San Diego, where the median price of a three or four-bedroom is $4,500 a month; in Los Angles, the median for a unit is $5,600 a month and in Boston, a three is $7,300 a month according to the report, which doesn’t include taxes or security deposits.
Rent in the Bay Area In the Bay area, rents are up at the highest rate since 2009.
The San Francisco metro area saw the most increases of any metro area, the study found.
The most recent increase in rent in San Jose was 8.5%.
In San Francisco rents were up 10.4% in March.
But rent growth in other parts of the Bay were less impressive.
The Bay Area saw a decline of 2.3 percent, the lowest pace since February 2009, according-to the report from RealtyTrac.
The metro area had the second-lowest rent growth of any U.S. metropolitan area in March 2017.
The Los Angeles metro area also saw a small increase in rental growth, up 2.1%.
And the average rate of rent growth was 3.3%, the lowest rate since 2010, according Realtytrac.
And that’s still a pretty low number of rental units in San Bernadino, which has about 13,000 residents.
But the median rental price of an apartment in San Bernardino, Calif., is $849,900.
And San Jose, which had the fourth-lowgest rental growth rate, saw the second highest rate of 2 percent, Realty Trac said.
Realty data showed that the number of renter units in Los Altos fell in March by 1,938 units, or 0.4 percent, while the number in San Bruno fell by 0.8 percent, to 5,973 units.
Rent prices have stayed relatively flat in most other major cities in the U. S. For example, in Los Alamos, Nevada, rent prices were down 1.1 percent in March from February, while in Reno, Nev., rent prices dropped 0.7 percent, a Realty report showed.