Rent trend data in Denver, Colorado

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Denver Average Rent

As of September 2017, average rent for an apartment in Denver, CO is $1589 which is a 1.01% increase from last year when the average rent was $1573 , and a 0.69% increase from last month when the average rent was $1578.

One bedroom apartments in Denver rent for $1391 a month on average (a 0.58% increase from last year) and two bedroom apartment rents average $1798 (a 1.67% increase from last year).

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Denver Average Rent By Neighborhood

The most expensive Denver neighborhoods to rent apartments in are Golden Triangle, Cherry Creek, and Lodo.
The cheapest Denver neignborhoods to rent apartments in are Southwestern Denver, Gateway-Green Valley Ranch, and Southeastern Denver.

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Golden Triangle Apartments
Cherry Creek Apartments
Lodo Apartments
Stapleton Apartments
Highland Apartments
Five Points Apartments
Baker Apartments
Washington Park Apartments
Jefferson Park Apartments
City Park Apartments
Central West Denver Apartments
Northwestern Denver Apartments
Park Hill Apartments
Capitol Hill Apartments
Central East Denver Apartments
Northern Denver Apartments
Alamo Placita Apartments
University Apartments
Southeastern Denver Apartments
Gateway-Green Valley Ranch Apartments
Southwestern Denver Apartments
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