You Need $3,700 A Month to Rent a 1-Bedroom in San Francisco

San Francisco’s rent for a one-bedroom has reached an all-time national high of $3,690. That price tag is more than three times the national median of $1,208.

According to a report on medina rents by Zumper, California cities hold five of the Top 10 spots. San Jose comes in third, Los Angeles fifth, followed by Oakland at No. 6 and San Diego getting the ninth spot. New York, Boston, Washington D.C., Seattle and Miami finish out the rest of the Top 10.

This probably comes to no surprise for many in the Golden State who have watched rent prices in the Bay Area skyrocket in recent years. The median for a two-bedroom in the city is $4,630.

Of the 100 markets recorded in the data, Akron, Ohio had the cheapest median rent at $550 for a one-bedroom.

View the full report at Zumper.


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