The national average rent was $1,430 in March 2019, 3.2% ($44) higher than this time last year, according to data from Yardi Matrix. Below is a list of the average rent, and % increase Y-o-Y, in 18 of the largest cities in the U.S..
92% of the country’s largest 253 cities have seen rents grow in March year-over-year, 6% of rents remained unchanged, while 2% of cities experienced rent drops compared to 2018…
Phoenix and Las Vegas Top the List
The Fed, Keynesian clowns, and the Bloomberg Econoday writers want more inflation. They are all nuts. Ask any renter if they want prices to keep going up.
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