Rent trend data in Houston, Texas

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Houston Rent Trends

As of December 2017, average rent for an apartment in Houston, TX is $1325 which is a 1.36% decrease from last year when the average rent was $1343 , and a 0.3% increase from last month when the average rent was $1321.

One bedroom apartments in Houston rent for $1145 a month on average (a 0% increase from last year) and two bedroom apartment rents average $1478 (a 1.35% decrease from last year).

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All Beds
$1325
1 Beds
$1145
2 Beds
$1478


All Beds

2 Beds

1 Bed


MonthAll Beds1 Beds2 Beds
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

River Oaks
$1970
Greater Memorial
$1931
Rice
$1931
Downtown
$1902
Rice Military
$1820
Montrose
$1707
Midtown
$1674
Galleria-Uptown
$1582
West University
$1576
Greater Heights
$1564
Medical
$1563
East End
$1373
West Houston
$1248
Southwest
$1209
Westchase
$1154
Bellaire
$986
Southeast
$939
Meyerland
$927
Pasadina
$916
Northwest
$869
Northeast
$848
North
$828
Far North
$681

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

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

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River Oaks Apartments
Greater Memorial Apartments
Rice Apartments
Downtown Apartments
Rice Military Apartments
Montrose Apartments
Midtown Apartments
Galleria-Uptown Apartments
West University Apartments
Greater Heights Apartments
Medical Apartments
East End Apartments
West Houston Apartments
Southwest Apartments
Westchase Apartments
Bellaire Apartments
Southeast Apartments
Meyerland Apartments
Pasadina Apartments
Northwest Apartments
Northeast Apartments
North Apartments
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