Rent trend data in Houston, Texas

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Houston Rent Trends

As of March 2018, average rent for an apartment in Houston, TX is $1269 which is a 0.16% decrease from last year when the average rent was $1271 , and a 1.73% decrease from last month when the average rent was $1291.

One bedroom apartments in Houston rent for $1095 a month on average (a 1.19% increase from last year) and two bedroom apartment rents average $1401 (a 1.14% decrease from last year).

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All Beds
$1269
1 Beds
$1095
2 Beds
$1401


All Beds

2 Beds

1 Bed


MonthAll Beds1 Beds2 Beds
3/2018$1,269$1,095$1,401
2/2018$1,291$1,118$1,429
1/2018$1,332$1,151$1,486
12/2017$1,325$1,145$1,478
11/2017$1,321$1,144$1,472
10/2017$1,320$1,142$1,478
9/2017$1,279$1,104$1,432
8/2017$1,282$1,091$1,439
7/2017$1,285$1,094$1,436
6/2017$1,299$1,104$1,453
5/2017$1,294$1,106$1,450
4/2017$1,274$1,088$1,428
3/2017$1,271$1,082$1,417
2/2017$1,285$1,087$1,424
1/2017$1,305$1,107$1,451
12/2016$1,343$1,145$1,498
11/2016$1,370$1,173$1,532
10/2016$1,392$1,188$1,563
9/2016$1,380$1,178$1,551
8/2016$1,373$1,178$1,542
7/2016$1,373$1,186$1,532
6/2016$1,406$1,219$1,574
5/2016$1,413$1,222$1,580
4/2016$1,419$1,224$1,593
3/2016$1,424$1,227$1,598
2/2016$1,359$1,163$1,512
1/2016$1,345$1,146$1,503
12/2015$1,334$1,145$1,492
11/2015$1,324$1,132$1,473
10/2015$1,324$1,123$1,471
9/2015$1,321$1,120$1,467
8/2015$1,311$1,108$1,464
7/2015$1,327$1,102$1,480
6/2015$1,337$1,101$1,475
5/2015$1,286$1,083$1,413
4/2015$1,296$1,109$1,438
3/2015$1,260$1,070$1,407
2/2015$1,248$1,067$1,394
1/2015$1,265$1,076$1,407
12/2014$1,272$1,079$1,421
11/2014$1,230$1,048$1,361
10/2014$1,191$1,011$1,305
9/2014$1,174$990$1,284
8/2014$1,176$988$1,285
7/2014$1,196$1,008$1,321
6/2014$1,217$1,036$1,359
5/2014$1,209$1,024$1,346
4/2014$1,157$997$1,293
3/2014$1,133$980$1,283
2/2014$1,092$950$1,232
1/2014$1,138$988$1,290
12/2013$1,117$966$1,256
11/2013$1,084$930$1,219
10/2013$1,099$948$1,217
9/2013$1,094$931$1,213
8/2013$1,107$935$1,232
7/2013$1,105$936$1,249
6/2013$1,133$957$1,297
5/2013$1,144$965$1,313
4/2013$1,162$983$1,349
3/2013$1,140$975$1,313
2/2013$1,115$949$1,286
1/2013$1,131$949$1,320
12/2012$1,177$993$1,322
11/2012$1,140$951$1,275
10/2012$1,140$942$1,269
9/2012$1,174$961$1,291
8/2012$1,155$935$1,268
7/2012$1,152$944$1,290
6/2012$1,132$922$1,263
5/2012$1,193$985$1,353
4/2012$1,223$981$1,393
3/2012$1,189$955$1,335
2/2012$1,188$962$1,366
1/2012$1,120$932$1,286
12/2011$1,098$906$1,266
11/2011$1,053$891$1,180
10/2011$1,044$872$1,168
9/2011$1,049$868$1,171
8/2011$992$798$1,118
7/2011$822$624$891
6/2011$811$617$881
5/2011$815$627$886
4/2011$885$692$999
3/2011$880$696$991
2/2011$874$700$967

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Houston Average Rent By Neighborhood

Rice
$2014
River Oaks
$1997
Downtown
$1915
Rice Military
$1784
Greater Memorial
$1780
Montrose
$1675
Midtown
$1612
West University
$1600
Medical
$1551
Galleria-Uptown
$1516
Greater Heights
$1448
East End
$1418
West Houston
$1205
Southwest
$1173
Westchase
$1134
Southeast
$915
Northwest
$908
Pasadina
$899
Meyerland
$896
Bellaire
$871
Northeast
$870
North
$864
Far North
$714

The most expensive Houston neighborhoods to rent apartments are in Rice, River Oaks, and Downtown.

The cheapest Houston neignborhoods to rent apartments in are Far North, North, and Northeast.

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Medical Apartments
Galleria-Uptown Apartments
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East End Apartments
West Houston Apartments
Southwest Apartments
Westchase Apartments
Southeast Apartments
Northwest Apartments
Pasadina Apartments
Meyerland Apartments
Bellaire Apartments
Northeast Apartments
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