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Denver Is The 11th Most Expensive City To Rent
Can you believe Denver is the 11th most expensive city in the US to rent in? It is only around $150 cheaper to rent in Denver than in cities such as New York. The scary thing is Denver had the highest rent increase rate in the US and due to an extreme shortage of housing we are expecting to have double digit rent increase this year and 2016 as well.
According to Zillow, the online real estate database company founded by two former Microsoft executives, the numbers speak for themselves. Data shows that U.S, renters spent a combined $441 billion on housing in 2014 with rents continuing to outpace incomes.
When looking at the 50 largest metros in the U.S. it is surprising to note that a comparison of average quantity renters paid per month ranked by city had San Jose, California leading the list with renters paying on average $1,807 per month. The top 20 list of the most highly-priced metro areas for renters has four of the top five located in California with San Jose #1 ($1,807), San Francisco #2 (1,598) , San Diego #4 (1,362) and Los Angeles #5 ($1,308). The only east coast city to break into the top five was Washington D.C. at number three at $1,428.
Denver Co Real Estate- Luba Jeltov
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A complete list of the top 20:
San Jose, CA
San Francisco, CA
San Diego, CA
Los Angeles, CA
New York, NY
Virginia Beach, VA
Miami-Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN
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