- The national average rent went up by 3.2% in the past year and 0.1% month-over-month, reaching $1,476 in October, according to data from Yardi Matrix.
- Ogden, UT renters saw the highest monthly rent increase in October, with the average rate reaching $959 per month.
- Provo apartments are the most expensive, while apartments in Ogden have the cheapest rents.
The national average rent reaches $1,476 per month in October, up by 0.1%
A sluggish fall rental season has the average national rent at $1,476, following a 3.2% ($46) annual increase. Typical for this time of the year, fewer people are moving into new apartments. The national average rent inched up just 0.1% ($1) in October, with apartment rates essentially flat for the past few months.
Renting in Utah in October 2019
The average rent in Utah cities is lower than the national average rent. The fastest growing rents in October were in Ogden, where rental apartment prices increased by 2.3% month over month, or $22. Taylorsville apartments saw an increase of 1.2% ($12) compared to last month. On the other hand, in Pleasant Grove prices decreased by 1.5% ($18) compared to September.
Provo apartments are the state’s most expensive for renters, with an average rent of $1,404, followed by apartments in Logan, where the average monthly rent is $1,384. On the other hand, the cheapest city to rent an apartment of the cities analyzed is Ogden, with an average apartment rent of $959.
To compare the rental market in Utah with other cities in the U.S., you can also check our national October rent report.
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The data on average rents included in our reports comes directly from competitively-rented (market-rate) large-scale multifamily properties (50+ units in size), via telephone survey. The data is compiled and reported by our sister company Yardi Matrix, a business development and asset management tool for brokers, sponsors, banks and equity sources underwriting investments in the multifamily, office, industrial and self-storage sectors. Fully-affordable properties are not included in the survey and are not reported in rental rate averages. Local rent reports include only cities with a statistically-relevant stock of large-scale multifamily properties of 50+ units.
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