Reference: Fast Facts: The Most Expensive Zip Codes for Renters in 2017 – Mapped
To create this map, we collected apartment rent averages for every state and every zip code in 125 major U.S. markets from Yardi Matrix.
Hover over the map to see the average rent in your state. Zoom in and click to find how much the average rent is in your zip code. Explore further by using the small search button at the bottom of the to look up any location.
The RentCafe post also includes two lists:
- Top 20 Most Expensive ZIP Codes in the United States
- ZIP Codes with Average Rents Below $600
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