Cities in Florida complete the list of the most expensive places to rent in the US – Update Flor

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – A new rent report from Zumper showed that while Tampa’s ranking among the most expensive cities dropped two spots, it still made it into the top 25 most expensive places to rent in the United States. Four Florida cities were in the top 25 nationally, according to the rankings.

Tampa was ranked as the 23rd most expensive city to rent in the country, with rents for a one-bedroom apartment at $1,650 and prices for a two-bedroom at $1,910 a month. While monthly payments for a two-bedroom place fell by 0.4%, they are still high in terms of cost.

According to data from Zumper, rent prices in Tampa are hundreds of dollars higher than in the rest of the US, though not as much as in other Florida cities. By comparison, Zumper said national one-bedroom rents were flat at $1,491, while two-bedrooms fell 0.4% to $1,824.

Compared to Tampa, Zumper’s report, Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Orlando all sit a few spots above Tampa, and none of them dropped on the list.

Instead, Miami remains one of the most expensive places to rent in the country, a solid 19 spots above Tampa, at No. 4, with one-bedroom rents averaging $2,660 and two-bedroom rents averaging $3,480. Compared to the previous 5th place, she even improved by one place.

Further down the list, Fort Lauderdale rounds out Zumper’s top 10, with a one-bedroom renting at $2,120 and a two-bedroom renting at $2,970. Orlando ranks 20th with rents just slightly above Tampa’s.

Renting in Orlando lists Zumper as an average cost of $1,690 per month for a one-bedroom and $1,970 per month for a two-bedroom, while St. Petersburg is a few spots below Tampa, $1,530 for a one bedroom. Monthly rent St. However, Pete’s two-bedroom is actually higher, at $2,180 a month, according to Zumper data.

Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Jacksonville were three of the top five rent increases in Zumper in terms of month-over-month rent increases.

Rank Change order City 1 bedroom M/M Y/Y 2 bedrooms M/M Y/Y
1 0 New York, NY $3,790 -1.80% 19.20% $4,420 2.80% 27.00%
2 0 Boston, Mass. $3,000 -2.00% 21.50% $3,450 -1.40% 17.30%
2 1 San Francisco, Cali. $3,000 -0.70% 7.10% 4,000 dollars -1.50% 5.30%
4 1 Miami, Florida $2,660 6.00% 22.60% $3,480 2.40% 21.30%
5 -1 San Jose, California $2,540 -2.30% 10.00% $3,140 -2.80% 11.70%
6 0 San Diego, California $2,500 0.00% 15.70% $3,210 0.00% 19.30%
7 0 Los Angeles, California $2,430 0.80% 10.50% $3,300 0.00% 11.10%
8 0 District of Columbia $2,300 -0.40% 4.10% $3,130 0.30% 6.10%
9 0 Oakland, California $2,230 1.40% 9.90% $2,800 1.10% 3.70%
10 1 Fort Lauderdale, Florida $2,120 6.00% 10.40% $2,970 1.70% 12.90%
11 -1 Santa Ana, California $2,020 -6.00% 8.00% $2,880 4.00% 9.50%
12 0 Seattle, Wash. $1,930 -1.50% 9.70% $2,650 -3.60% 13.70%
12 1 Anaheim, California $1,930 -1.00% 7.20% $2,640 4.30% 15.30%
14 1 Scottsdale, Arizona $1,900 0.50% 6.70% $2,500 0.00% -6.40%
15 1 Chicago, Ill. $1,870 2.20% 23.00% $2,250 1.80% 25.00%
16 -2 Providence, RI $1,810 -5.20% 16.00% $1,860 -5.10% 0.00%
17 0 Urban Honolulu, Hawaii 1800 dollars 0.00% 10.40% $2,400 3.40% 6.70%
18 -1 Long Beach, California $1,770 -1.70% 6.00% $2,420 0.00% 7.10%
19 0 Nashville, Tenn. $1,700 -2.90% 9.70% $1,820 1.10% 9.60%
20 5 Orlando, Florida $1,690 4.30% 9.70% $1,970 4.20% 17.30%
21 2 Austin, Texas $1,680 1.20% 13.50% $2,080 -1.40% 13.00%
22 -2 Denver, Colo. $1,670 -2.90% 2.50% $2,250 -2.20% 2.30%
23 -2 Tampa, Florida $1,650 -2.40% 6.50% $1,910 -5.90% 3.80%
24 -2 Atlanta, Ga. $1,620 -3.60% -3.60% $2,170 -2.70% -0.90%
25 1 Chandler, Ariz. $1,590 -0.60% 6.70% $1,890 -0.50% 3.30%
26 -2 Gilbert, Ariz. $1,570 -4.30% -3.70% $1,820 0.00% -6.70%
27 0 Sacramento, California $1,560 -1.90% -1.30% $1,900 0.00% 0.00%
28 3 Portland, Oregon. $1,540 2.70% 2.70% $1,790 1.10% 2.30%
29 -1 Petersburg, Florida $1,530 -2.50% -5.60% $2,180 3.80% 4.30%
30 3 New Orleans, La. $1,520 4.80% 1.30% 1800 dollars 0.00% -2.70%
(Source: Zumper)

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