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Cities with the Most and the Least Apartment Space: How Much Square Footage per Person Can You Get?

At a time when most of us are required to stay at home, the idea of space takes on a whole new meaning. In...

The Decade in Housing Trends: High-Earning Renters, High-End Apartments and Thriving Construction

This past decade has transformed the relationship between America and its housing, especially when it comes to renting. While the recession pushed many to...

The Most Expensive ZIP Codes in America in 2019

It's time for our annual tradition here at RentCafe -- ranking the country's most expensive ZIP Codes for renters. As summer has come to an...

Commuting in America: How It’s Changed in the Past Decade

For many people working in large US cities, daily commutes are inevitable. Traveling to and from work eats up a lot of time for...

Top 20 U.S. Cities for Kickstarting Your Startup

Landing a job with a corporation is often the goal of many recent graduates, given the career boost it can offer to those rich...

Best Zip Codes for Renters Looking for Top-Rated Urban Schools

As older Millennials' children are approaching school age (I know!), is the "urban generation" forced to look to the suburbs for better schools? What...

History in Motion: See How the Austin Skyline Changed over the Past 130 Years (Video)

Two decades shy of 200 years, the Texas state capital transformed from a settlement of fewer than 1,000 residents to the fastest-growing metropolis in...

The Hidden Cost of an Arts Career – Artists Are Rent-Burdened in 80% of Cultural Districts

Key takeaways: Artists who live in cultural districts pay about $380 more per month in rent than the city average.  Those who make a...

2018 Year End Rent Report – Rents Hold Strong at Year End, Las Vegas Among the Top Most Aggressive Markets

Key takeaways: The national average apartment rent ends the year with a strong 3.1% y-o-y increase, having reached $1,419, $42 above what renters were paying this...

Rent Continues to Climb in 93% of Cities, with Pressure Still on in the Largest Renter Hubs

Key takeaways: The national average rent registered a year-over-year increase of 3.3% ($45) in October, at $1,420 per month, according to data from Yardi...

End of Rental Season Brings Renters Temporary Relief, but Demand Keeps Fueling Increases in Big Employment Hubs

Key takeaways: Rent growth came to a halt in September at national level – the $1,412 U.S.-wide average marks a 0.1 percent ($1) month...

America’s Most Expensive ZIP Codes for Renters in 2018

Much like outside temperatures, rents usually peak toward the middle of summer, and this year it really is scorching out there. Urban areas are...

National Apartment Rents Hit New Milestone, Demand for Small Apartments Catches Up with Family-Sized Rentals

Key takeaways: The national average rent reached the all-time high of $1,405 in June 2018, having increased by 2.9 percent year over year, and...

National Rents See Slowest Season Start in Years, but Most Renter Mega-Hubs Maintain Upward Trend

Key takeaways: The national average rent was $1,381 in May 2018, having increased by 2 percent year over year, and by 0.3 percent ($4)...

The Most Prosperous Cities in the U.S.

Highlights: Texas cuts into the East Coast – West Coast rivalry, claiming 6 spots of the top 20 California has the highest concentration of highly prosperous...

Rental Season Debuts with Increases in Most Large Cities, National Y-o-Y Growth Follows the Trend of the Past 16 Months

Key takeaways: The national average rent was $1,377 in April 2018, having increased by 2.4 percent year over year, and by 0.3 percent ($4)...

Renters vs Owners: Renters Became the Majority Population in 22 Large Cities

  Key takeaways The population of almost a quarter of the 100 largest U.S. cities has changed from homeowner- to renter-majority between 2006 and 2016. ...

New Jersey’s Most Expensive ZIP Codes – Hoboken and Edgewater Rents 2.5 Times the National Average

Key takeaways: Hoboken’s 07030 is the #1 most expensive ZIP code for renters in New Jersey with an average of $3,401 At almost 52%,...

Apartment Rents Stabilize in November Around the Country, While Mid-Sized Markets Remain Active

Key takeaways: Rents were consistent for the month, coming in at $1,358 – just 2.5 percent higher than this time last year, according to data...

Renting Gains More Popularity Across All Generations While Owning Is Seen as a Less Affordable Option

Nowadays, owning a home is no longer as hip as it once was - and not as affordable either. A new survey conducted by...

October Rents Quiet Down in One-Fifth of U.S. Cities in Anticipation of the Off-Season

Key takeaways: National rents are feeling the effects of the off-season, slightly decreasing to $1,358 in October, and posting an annual growth of just 2.3% --...

Virginia’s Most Expensive ZIP Codes – It Takes Over $2.2K/Month to Rent in Arlington’s Priciest ZIP Codes

Key takeaways: Virginia’s #1 most expensive ZIP code is Arlington’s 22209 with an average of $2,348 22209 together with adjacent 22201 form a cluster...

Michigan’s Most Expensive ZIP Codes – Supply Flatlines, But Rents Up Throughout State

Key takeaways: 48104 is the #1 most expensive ZIP code for renters in Michigan at an average of $2,021 Grand Rapids’ 49504 is the...

Maryland’s Most Expensive ZIP Codes – Chevy Chase and Potomac Town in the Lead at Over $2.3K

Key takeaways: At a monthly average of $2,392 Chevy Chase’s 20815 is the #1 most expensive ZIP code in Maryland, at more than $1K...

Georgia’s Most Expensive ZIP Codes This Fall – Alpharetta in the Lead, Closely Followed by Atlanta

Key Takeaways: Zip 30009 in Alpharetta wins the title for being most expensive, with an average rent of $2,223 Atlanta leads with 23 zip codes out...

The Most Expensive ZIP Codes in Massachusetts – 3rd Priciest City for Renters, Boston Core Cluster of Expensive Zips

   Key takeaways: Boston’s 02199 is the #1 most expensive ZIP code for Massachusetts renters at an average of $4,227 Massachusetts’ top 8 most...

Oregon’s Most Expensive ZIP Codes – with $1.8K, Portland’s Pearl District, Nob Hill and the Northwest District Are Leading the Pack

Key takeaways: At $1,837, Oregon’s #1 most expensive ZIP code for renters is 97209 in Portland Portland is home to 12 of the state’s...

National Rents on Pause for the Entire Peak Rental Season, Including Priciest Cities; Mid-Sized Cities Continue Rally

Key takeaways: The national average rent was $1,354 in September, remaining virtually flat for the 4th month in a row, and showing the slowest annual...

Colorado’s Most Expensive ZIP Codes – Cherry Creek and Congress Park in the Lead, Englewood and Cherry Hills Village Close Behind at Nearly $2K

Key takeaways: At $1,991, Denver’s 80206 is the #1 most expensive ZIP code for Colorado renters Rents in 44 of Colorado’s most expensive ZIPs...

Rents Continue Slowdown in NYC, SF But Mid-Sized Cities See Major Spike

Key takeaways: Average rents hit $1,352 for the month of August, rising just $1 - or 0.1% - since July, according to Yardi Matrix. ...

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