What are the Most Expensive Cities in the US for Renters?

It’s always helpful to have ideas about where NOT to move as much as you want ideas about where to move. Zumper, a residential real-estate rental website can offer some insights after releasing their National Rent Report. Analyzing one million active one and two bedroom listings across the US, they help you to know what the most expensive cities are.

It should come as little surprise that the top ten most expensive rental markets, in order were: San Francisco, New York City, Boston, Oakland, San Jose, Washington DC, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago and Seattle.

Some of the notable changes for March were interesting. The rentals that increased the most for March were in Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Las Vegas. Three that went down on the list were in Atlanta; Louisville, Kentucky and El Paso, Texas.