Rent trend data in Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles Average Rent

As of April 2019, average rent for an apartment in Los Angeles, CA is $2849 which is a 10.64% increase from last year when the average rent was $2546 , and a 0.21% decrease from last month when the average rent was $2855.

One bedroom apartments in Los Angeles rent for $2491 a month on average (a 9.63% increase from last year) and two bedroom apartment rents average $3279 (a 7.72% increase from last year).

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Los Angeles Average Rent By Neighborhood

The most expensive Los Angeles neighborhoods to rent apartments in are Westwood, Mid City West, and Westchester.
The cheapest Los Angeles neignborhoods to rent apartments in are South Los Angeles, Boyle Heights, and North Hills.

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Westwood Apartments
Mid City West Apartments
Westchester Apartments
Venice Apartments
Playa Vista Apartments
Brentwood Apartments
South Park Apartments
West Los Angeles Apartments
Hollywood Apartments
Hollywood Hills Apartments
New Downtown Apartments
Playa Del Ray Apartments
Palms Apartments
Civic Center-Little Tokyo Apartments
Sawtelle Apartments
Downtown Apartments
Mid Wilshire Apartments
Glendale Apartments
Wholesale District-Skid Row Apartments
Los Feliz Apartments
Mar Vista Apartments
Valley Village Apartments
Canoga Park Apartments
North Hollywood Apartments
Woodland Hills Apartments
Encino Apartments
Chinatown Apartments
Studio City Apartments
Mid City Apartments
Winnetka Apartments
Wilmington Apartments
Granada Hills Apartments
Echo Park Apartments
Van Nuys Apartments
Chatsworth Apartments
Pico-Robertson Apartments
Northridge Apartments
Atwater Village Apartments
Silver Lake Apartments
Westlake Apartments
Sylmar Apartments
Tarzana Apartments
Crenshaw Apartments
Reseda Apartments
Southeast Los Angeles Apartments
North Hills Apartments
Boyle Heights Apartments
South Los Angeles Apartments
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