Jumping a spot this month, Seattle outpaced Honolulu to become the 10th most expensive rental market in the nation. The price of one Bedroom Units grew 4% to a median of $1,800, while two bedroom units increased 4.8% to $2,410. Since this time last year, the price of two bedroom units is up over 9%.
(Note: This new rent map is interactive so you can zoom and hover over hoods for more info)
The most expensive Seattle neighborhoods this fall, all above the $2,000 threshold, were Central Business District, Pike Place Market, and Belltown. Close behind, Brighton ($1,850), Broadway ($1,850), and South Lake Union ($1,850) were the next priciest areas.
More affordable neighborhoods, priced at $1,500 or less, could be found in the northern portion of the map and included Green Lake, Ravenna, and Bryant.
To see how Seattle compares to the rest of the United States, view our October National Rent Report, which analyzes over 1 million active listings available in the month prior.
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