Hampton, VA Rental Market Trends
The average rent for an apartment in Hampton is $1,140, a 8% increase compared to the previous year.
Average Rent in Hampton, VA
|Average Rent||Y-o-Y Change||Average Apartment Size|
|$1,140||8%||950 sq. ft.|
The average size for a Hampton, VA apartment is 950 square feet, but this number varies greatly depending on unit type, with cheap and luxury alternatives for houses and apartments alike. 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.
Hampton, VA Apartment Rent Ranges
Hampton, VA Occupied Housing Units
- Renter-occupied Households40%
- Owner-occupied Households59%
21,789 or 40% of the households in Hampton, VA are renter-occupied while 32,261 or 59% are owner-occupied.
Hampton, VA Rent Trends
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Average Rent in Hampton, VA By Neighborhood
|Aberdeen Gardens - Power Plant||$1,179|
|Baker Farm - Drummonds Corner||$1,179|
|Hamptons Golf Course||$1,179|
|Lakehaven - Lakeview Point||$1,179|
|Phoebus Historic District||$1,074|
|Elizabeth Lake Estates||$1,023|
|Acorn Point - Cedar Point||$1,019|
|King's Square - Old North Hampton||$1,019|
|Victoria Boulevard Historic District||$1,019|
|Copeland Industrial Park||$802|
The most affordable neighborhoods in Hampton are Copeland Industrial Park, where the average rent goes for $802/month, Greater Wythe, where renters pay $802/mo on average, and Buckroe Beach, where the average rent goes for $960/mo. If you’re looking for other great deals, check out the listings from Colonial Acres ($960), Grandview ($960), and Salt Ponds ($960), where the asking prices are below the average Hampton rent of $1,140/mo.
The most expensive neighborhoods in Hampton are Riverdale ($1,179), Tidemill Farms ($1,179) and West Park ($1,179).
The most popular neighborhood in Hampton is Coliseum Central, where there are 3 verified RENTCafé listings with an average rent of $1,179. Next up is Greater Wythe, where apartments go for $802/month, followed by Back River with $1,019 If you’re looking to rent in Hampton’s most popular neighborhoods, make sure to also check out Baker Farm - Drummonds Corner, where renters pay $1,179 on average, and Fordham, where the average monthly rent is $1,018.
Hampton | Rent Comparison by Neighborhood
Rent in Aberdeen Gardens - Power Plant is 16% higher than in Acorn Point - Cedar Point
Aberdeen Gardens - Power Plant rent is 3% higher than Hampton average
Acorn Point - Cedar Point rent is 11% lower than Hampton average
How Hampton Compares to Other Cities
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