Coming ahead of Memphis, Albuquerque, and El Paso, Columbus ranked as the 87th most expensive city to rent in the nation. The price of one bedroom units grew 4.7% to $670 last month, while two bedrooms jumped 5.3% to an even $1,000.
(Note: This map is interactive so use the zoom feature and click on the legend for more info.)
This spring, for our first ever Columbus Neighborhood Rent map, Harrison West ($1,250), Brewery District ($1,200), and Downtown Columbus ($1,200) ranked as the most expensive areas. Mid-range priced rentals, for $700 or less, could be found in Clintonville, Milo-Grogan, and Franklinton.
The most affordable neighborhoods, all priced at $500 and under, were South Linden, Tri-South, South Central Accord, and Bexley.
If you want to see how Columbus’ rent compares with the rest of the nation’s, check out our National Rent Report for April, which analyzes over 1 million active listings available in the prior month.
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