Hartford, CT Rental Market Trends
The average rent for an apartment in Hartford is $1,209, a 3% increase compared to the previous year.
Average Rent in Hartford, CT
|Average Rent||Y-o-Y Change||Average Apartment Size|
|$1,209||3%||798 sq. ft.|
The average size for a Hartford, CT apartment is 798 square feet, but this number varies greatly depending on apartment type. Studio apartments are the smallest and most affordable, 1-bedroom apartments are closer to the average, while 2-bedroom apartments and 3-bedroom apartments offer a more generous square footage.
Hartford, CT Apartment Rent Ranges
- > $2,0005%
Hartford, CT Occupied Housing Units
- Renter-occupied Households41%
- Owner-occupied Households58%
19,214 or 41% of the households in Hartford, CT are renter-occupied while 26,608 or 58% are owner-occupied.
Hartford, CT Rent Trends
|Mar / 2019||Sep / 2019|
Average Rent in Hartford, CT By Neighborhood
|South End Hartford||$929|
|West End Hartford||$936|
|North East Hartford||$937|
|South West Hartford||$1,181|
|Sheldon Charter Oak||$1,181|
|Behind the Rocks||$1,200|
The most affordable neighborhoods in Hartford are South End Hartford, where the average rent goes for $929/month, South Meadows, where renters pay $929/mo on average, and Upper Albany, where the average rent goes for $930/mo. If you’re looking for other great deals, check out the listings from Blue Hills ($936), Asylum Hill ($936), and West End Hartford ($936), where the asking prices are below the average Hartford rent of $1,209/mo.
Hartford | Rent Comparison by Neighborhood
Rent in Asylum Hill is 21% lower than in Barry Square
Asylum Hill rent is 23% lower than Hartford average
Barry Square rent is 2% lower than Hartford average
How Does Hartford Compare to Nearby Cities
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For more information about the Hartford rental trends, check out our monthly rent report