Rent trend data in Long Beach, California

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Long Beach Rent Trends

As of May 2018, average rent for an apartment in Long Beach, CA is $2241 which is a 3.48% increase from last year when the average rent was $2163 , and a 6.6% increase from last month when the average rent was $2093.

One bedroom apartments in Long Beach rent for $1973 a month on average (a 5.07% increase from last year) and two bedroom apartment rents average $2613 (a 0.61% increase from last year).

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All Beds
$2241
1 Beds
$1973
2 Beds
$2613


All Beds

2 Beds

1 Bed


MonthAll Beds1 Beds2 Beds
5/2018$2,241$1,973$2,613
4/2018$2,093$1,848$2,465
3/2018$2,078$1,834$2,455
2/2018$2,075$1,826$2,456
1/2018$2,000$1,792$2,364
12/2017$1,942$1,745$2,292
11/2017$1,989$1,778$2,357
10/2017$2,039$1,807$2,448
9/2017$2,069$1,795$2,479
8/2017$2,033$1,772$2,418
7/2017$2,087$1,842$2,448
6/2017$2,123$1,859$2,509
5/2017$2,163$1,873$2,597
4/2017$2,164$1,916$2,647
3/2017$2,160$1,929$2,573
2/2017$2,280$2,058$2,656
1/2017$2,272$2,037$2,708
12/2016$2,264$2,010$2,694
11/2016$2,334$2,140$2,769
10/2016$2,344$2,157$2,761
9/2016$2,338$2,155$2,751
8/2016$2,373$2,185$2,784
7/2016$2,272$2,134$2,625
6/2016$2,192$2,019$2,572
5/2016$2,113$1,924$2,494
4/2016$1,910$1,715$2,261
3/2016$1,894$1,705$2,230
2/2016$1,745$1,556$2,061
1/2016$1,783$1,567$2,134
12/2015$1,804$1,605$2,121
11/2015$1,844$1,594$2,163
10/2015$1,824$1,532$2,147
9/2015$1,804$1,532$2,106
8/2015$1,730$1,469$1,993
7/2015$1,699$1,422$1,921
6/2015$1,699$1,391$1,887
5/2015$1,714$1,441$1,902
4/2015$1,716$1,440$1,939
3/2015$1,656$1,391$1,890
2/2015$1,560$1,344$1,784
1/2015$1,527$1,304$1,757
12/2014$1,523$1,262$1,748
11/2014$1,528$1,279$1,749
10/2014$1,510$1,264$1,752
9/2014$1,561$1,271$1,815
8/2014$1,609$1,312$1,828
7/2014$1,607$1,308$1,858
6/2014$1,578$1,306$1,844
5/2014$1,545$1,289$1,792
4/2014$1,544$1,315$1,786
3/2014$1,631$1,402$1,884
2/2014$1,640$1,427$1,875
1/2014$1,680$1,399$1,942
12/2013$1,652$1,367$1,905
11/2013$1,670$1,392$1,921
10/2013$1,646$1,389$1,928
9/2013$1,640$1,417$1,876
8/2013$1,710$1,458$1,952
7/2013$1,728$1,428$1,971
6/2013$1,683$1,473$1,911
5/2013$1,680$1,430$1,924
4/2013$1,767$1,473$2,017
3/2013$1,723$1,474$1,922
2/2013$1,662$1,424$1,860
1/2013$1,639$1,408$1,835
12/2012$1,600$1,325$1,776
11/2012$1,652$1,382$1,872
10/2012$1,676$1,337$1,929
9/2012$1,573$1,305$1,818
8/2012$1,637$1,397$1,825
7/2012$1,579$1,331$1,755
6/2012$1,563$1,328$1,736
5/2012$1,567$1,300$1,751
4/2012$1,430$1,226$1,561
3/2012$1,404$1,201$1,532
2/2012$1,258$992$1,542
1/2012$1,255$959$1,513
12/2011$1,254$990$1,496
11/2011$1,318$1,128$1,509
10/2011$1,413$1,177$1,567
9/2011$1,399$1,166$1,549
8/2011$1,286$1,077$1,403
7/2011$1,286$1,055$1,458
6/2011$1,400$1,142$1,646
5/2011$1,441$1,148$1,711
4/2011$1,489$1,149$1,802
3/2011$1,573$1,218$1,854
2/2011$1,477$1,238$1,722

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Long Beach Average Rent By Neighborhood

Downtown
$2610
State College Area
$2452
Naples-Marina Area
$2429
Circle Area
$2001
Bixby Area
$1990
Belmont Shore
$1867
Belmont Heights
$1753
East Side
$1583
North Long Beach
$1453
Poly High District
$1366
Wrigley
$1333

The most expensive Long Beach neighborhoods to rent apartments are in Downtown, State College Area, and Naples-Marina Area.

The cheapest Long Beach neignborhoods to rent apartments in are Wrigley, Poly High District, and North Long Beach.

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Downtown Apartments
State College Area Apartments
Naples-Marina Area Apartments
Circle Area Apartments
Bixby Area Apartments
Belmont Shore Apartments
Belmont Heights Apartments
East Side Apartments
North Long Beach Apartments
Poly High District Apartments
Wrigley Apartments