Here's the November, 2014 monthly rent report from Zumper. In this publication, Zumper tracks the monthly median rents across major US cities and their constituent neighborhoods.
Whether youre interested in tracking the 1 bedroom rent evolution across the US rental market, or you just want to check out what the most expensive neighborhood in metro Boston, this report is for you.
Below is the high-level summary from the Zumper rent tracker for 25 major US cities for the month of November. Download the full November report here.
Metro Boston Monthly Rent Report Highlights:
Boston 3rd Most Expensive US Metro
Rental prices for Boston are some of the highest in the nation, ranking third only after San Francisco and New York. Boston places 10 of its neighborhoods in the Top 100 most expensive (median) US neighhoods for renting a 1-bedroom apartment. These are:
Chinatown - Leather District: $3,340 Downtown Boston: $3,140 D Street - West Broadway: $2,980 West End: $2,730 Thompson Square - Bunker Hill: $2,730 Back Bay: $2,700 South End: $2,600 North End: $2,550 Lower Roxbury: $2,500 Beacon Hill: $2,400