Rent trend data in Los Angeles, California

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Los Angeles Rent Trends

As of September 2018, average rent for an apartment in Los Angeles, CA is $2819 which is a 10.46% increase from last year when the average rent was $2524 , and a 1.24% increase from last month when the average rent was $2784.

One bedroom apartments in Los Angeles rent for $2437 a month on average (a 8.99% increase from last year) and two bedroom apartment rents average $3309 (a 10.94% increase from last year).

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All Beds
$2819
1 Beds
$2437
2 Beds
$3309


All Beds

2 Beds

1 Bed


MonthAll Beds1 Beds2 Beds
9/2018$2,819$2,437$3,309
8/2018$2,784$2,413$3,259
7/2018$2,799$2,444$3,286
6/2018$2,755$2,397$3,235
5/2018$2,742$2,388$3,214
4/2018$2,546$2,251$3,026
3/2018$2,554$2,252$3,012
2/2018$2,512$2,230$2,972
1/2018$2,461$2,188$2,901
12/2017$2,430$2,168$2,839
11/2017$2,445$2,183$2,863
10/2017$2,481$2,207$2,907
9/2017$2,524$2,218$2,947
8/2017$2,490$2,184$2,895
7/2017$2,511$2,209$2,904
6/2017$2,489$2,194$2,883
5/2017$2,503$2,194$2,914
4/2017$2,552$2,229$2,996
3/2017$2,558$2,243$2,978
2/2017$2,625$2,313$3,011
1/2017$2,618$2,305$3,014
12/2016$2,611$2,301$3,024
11/2016$2,601$2,291$3,029
10/2016$2,663$2,328$3,088
9/2016$2,614$2,303$3,027
8/2016$2,612$2,299$3,021
7/2016$2,603$2,290$3,006
6/2016$2,585$2,282$2,979
5/2016$2,595$2,286$2,985
4/2016$2,591$2,274$2,968
3/2016$2,575$2,292$2,955
2/2016$2,432$2,154$2,800
1/2016$2,444$2,170$2,822
12/2015$2,435$2,143$2,792
11/2015$2,461$2,155$2,819
10/2015$2,450$2,137$2,812
9/2015$2,453$2,101$2,798
8/2015$2,422$2,041$2,748
7/2015$2,435$2,024$2,731
6/2015$2,586$2,012$2,738
5/2015$2,550$2,050$2,706
4/2015$2,433$2,058$2,666
3/2015$2,338$2,022$2,656
2/2015$2,215$1,935$2,575
1/2015$2,198$1,911$2,528
12/2014$2,221$1,908$2,492
11/2014$2,222$1,899$2,512
10/2014$2,187$1,861$2,502
9/2014$2,199$1,888$2,489
8/2014$2,194$1,836$2,532
7/2014$2,208$1,837$2,553
6/2014$2,174$1,837$2,537
5/2014$2,096$1,810$2,393
4/2014$2,131$1,862$2,435
3/2014$2,088$1,821$2,413
2/2014$2,153$1,870$2,487
1/2014$2,186$1,903$2,551
12/2013$2,123$1,827$2,495
11/2013$2,064$1,791$2,393
10/2013$2,169$1,884$2,503
9/2013$2,130$1,858$2,448
8/2013$2,105$1,787$2,414
7/2013$2,123$1,805$2,460
6/2013$2,109$1,818$2,425
5/2013$2,040$1,767$2,354
4/2013$2,069$1,772$2,400
3/2013$2,042$1,771$2,357
2/2013$2,018$1,752$2,322
1/2013$2,015$1,761$2,275
12/2012$2,030$1,797$2,244
11/2012$1,986$1,766$2,197
10/2012$2,051$1,780$2,290
9/2012$2,031$1,759$2,265
8/2012$1,976$1,701$2,211
7/2012$2,033$1,785$2,262
6/2012$1,965$1,740$2,134
5/2012$1,933$1,694$2,136
4/2012$1,917$1,629$2,082
3/2012$1,927$1,590$2,101
2/2012$1,836$1,532$2,096
1/2012$1,837$1,529$2,090
12/2011$1,802$1,505$2,057
11/2011$1,852$1,620$2,112
10/2011$1,847$1,584$2,095
9/2011$1,779$1,512$2,040
8/2011$1,641$1,370$1,899
7/2011$1,563$1,321$1,775
6/2011$1,664$1,407$1,850
5/2011$1,670$1,422$1,836
4/2011$1,651$1,407$1,787
3/2011$1,636$1,386$1,771
2/2011$1,597$1,358$1,720

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Los Angeles Average Rent By Neighborhood

Westwood
$3920
Brentwood
$3684
Mid City West
$3584
Hollywood Hills
$3508
Playa Vista
$3432
South Park
$3423
Venice
$3384
Westchester
$3303
West Los Angeles
$3067
New Downtown
$3034
Sawtelle
$2900
Palms
$2849
Playa Del Ray
$2845
Civic Center-Little Tokyo
$2821
Wholesale District-Skid Row
$2791
Hollywood
$2719
Downtown
$2687
Mar Vista
$2579
Chinatown
$2472
Mid Wilshire
$2420
Valley Village
$2407
North Hollywood
$2380
Glendale
$2377
Los Feliz
$2372
Encino
$2341
Canoga Park
$2303
Woodland Hills
$2285
Pico-Robertson
$2207
Northridge
$2192
Winnetka
$2156
Studio City
$2144
Westlake
$2118
Mid City
$2112
Chatsworth
$2107
Wilmington
$2090
Granada Hills
$2082
Echo Park
$2081
Van Nuys
$2065
Silver Lake
$2004
Highland Park
$1924
Tarzana
$1908
El Sereno
$1860
Sylmar
$1828
Atwater Village
$1819
Crenshaw
$1697
Reseda
$1688
South Los Angeles
$1639
Hyde Park
$1622
Southeast Los Angeles
$1600
North Hills
$1587
Montecito Heights
$1541

The most expensive Los Angeles neighborhoods to rent apartments are in Westwood, Brentwood, and Mid City West.

The cheapest Los Angeles neignborhoods to rent apartments in are Montecito Heights, North Hills, and Southeast Los Angeles.

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Wilmington Apartments
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Tarzana Apartments
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Sylmar Apartments
Atwater Village Apartments
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Hyde Park Apartments
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North Hills Apartments
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