Rent trend data in San Diego, California

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San Diego Rent Trends

As of June 2018, average rent for an apartment in San Diego, CA is $2175 which is a 2.57% increase from last year when the average rent was $2119 , and a 2.21% increase from last month when the average rent was $2127.

One bedroom apartments in San Diego rent for $1921 a month on average (a 7.29% increase from last year) and two bedroom apartment rents average $2337 (a 3.81% increase from last year).

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All Beds
$2175
1 Beds
$1921
2 Beds
$2337


All Beds

2 Beds

1 Bed


MonthAll Beds1 Beds2 Beds
6/2018$2,175$1,921$2,337
5/2018$2,127$1,876$2,257
4/2018$2,079$1,832$2,219
3/2018$2,049$1,786$2,189
2/2018$2,059$1,788$2,202
1/2018$2,062$1,778$2,205
12/2017$2,062$1,769$2,199
11/2017$2,081$1,780$2,220
10/2017$2,089$1,782$2,237
9/2017$2,116$1,804$2,257
8/2017$2,113$1,800$2,259
7/2017$2,131$1,797$2,270
6/2017$2,119$1,781$2,248
5/2017$2,088$1,769$2,211
4/2017$2,059$1,770$2,187
3/2017$2,065$1,771$2,197
2/2017$2,098$1,765$2,234
1/2017$2,113$1,754$2,240
12/2016$2,134$1,770$2,261
11/2016$2,105$1,764$2,236
10/2016$2,146$1,788$2,284
9/2016$2,123$1,779$2,253
8/2016$2,096$1,781$2,219
7/2016$2,072$1,758$2,209
6/2016$2,047$1,757$2,178
5/2016$1,994$1,720$2,112
4/2016$1,982$1,703$2,101
3/2016$1,972$1,705$2,091
2/2016$1,925$1,665$2,056
1/2016$1,954$1,685$2,086
12/2015$1,965$1,693$2,101
11/2015$1,972$1,697$2,104
10/2015$1,963$1,687$2,089
9/2015$1,963$1,646$2,070
8/2015$1,955$1,621$2,044
7/2015$1,962$1,604$2,004
6/2015$1,981$1,569$1,974
5/2015$1,901$1,583$1,943
4/2015$1,855$1,592$1,947
3/2015$1,782$1,532$1,893
2/2015$1,708$1,494$1,797
1/2015$1,696$1,486$1,773
12/2014$1,711$1,459$1,787
11/2014$1,686$1,401$1,792
10/2014$1,734$1,464$1,816
9/2014$1,756$1,486$1,839
8/2014$1,749$1,459$1,802
7/2014$1,751$1,476$1,745
6/2014$1,727$1,459$1,769
5/2014$1,733$1,434$1,755
4/2014$1,773$1,520$1,843
3/2014$1,755$1,508$1,857
2/2014$1,768$1,511$1,875
1/2014$1,724$1,507$1,827
12/2013$1,678$1,461$1,771
11/2013$1,683$1,478$1,778
10/2013$1,651$1,430$1,721
9/2013$1,636$1,404$1,723
8/2013$1,628$1,372$1,704
7/2013$1,618$1,393$1,710
6/2013$1,601$1,364$1,697
5/2013$1,585$1,343$1,686
4/2013$1,601$1,379$1,697
3/2013$1,598$1,370$1,707
2/2013$1,564$1,358$1,650
1/2013$1,550$1,326$1,647
12/2012$1,537$1,318$1,635
11/2012$1,562$1,331$1,657
10/2012$1,592$1,348$1,709
9/2012$1,600$1,332$1,717
8/2012$1,590$1,331$1,703
7/2012$1,570$1,360$1,667
6/2012$1,524$1,296$1,614
5/2012$1,494$1,284$1,592
4/2012$1,503$1,278$1,614
3/2012$1,493$1,273$1,600
2/2012$1,514$1,293$1,618
1/2012$1,517$1,289$1,621
12/2011$1,462$1,216$1,566
11/2011$1,488$1,276$1,582
10/2011$1,532$1,312$1,617
9/2011$1,483$1,246$1,564
8/2011$1,394$1,098$1,443
7/2011$1,189$972$1,226
6/2011$1,133$952$1,164
5/2011$1,190$1,019$1,216
4/2011$1,300$1,087$1,343
3/2011$1,346$1,120$1,386
2/2011$1,281$1,068$1,306

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San Diego Average Rent By Neighborhood

North City
$3524
La Jolla
$3460
Little Italy
$3113
Cortez Hill
$2981
East Village
$2937
Midtown District
$2787
Moreno Mission
$2738
Carmel Valley
$2680
Core
$2515
Serra Mesa
$2406
Midtown
$2402
University City
$2343
Allied Gardens
$2340
Mission Valley
$2259
Kearny Mesa
$2241
Mira Mesa
$2183
Sorrento Valley
$2171
Rancho Penasquitos
$2144
Bay Park
$2128
Carmel Mountain
$2102
Linda Vista
$2089
Bird Land
$2080
Tierrasanta
$2074
Sabre Springs
$2069
Marina
$2057
Pacific Beach
$2053
Scripps Ranch
$2053
Loma Portal
$2037
Talmadge
$1950
Rancho Bernadino
$1908
College Area
$1817
Grantville
$1792
Rolando
$1731
Gaslamp Quarter
$1731
West University Heights
$1726
Old Town
$1722
North Hills
$1699
Ocean Beach
$1695
Normal Heights
$1687
Lake Murray
$1668
La Jolla Village
$1667
Roseville
$1662
Nestor
$1660
Palm City
$1647
South Park
$1597
Park West
$1577
Clairemont Mesa
$1549
Balboa Park
$1529
City Heights West
$1477
Darnall
$1435
El Cerritos
$1303
City Heights East
$1299
Paradise Hills
$1241

The most expensive San Diego neighborhoods to rent apartments are in North City, La Jolla, and Little Italy.

The cheapest San Diego neignborhoods to rent apartments in are Paradise Hills, City Heights East, and El Cerritos.

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Core Apartments
Serra Mesa Apartments
Midtown Apartments
University City Apartments
Allied Gardens Apartments
Mission Valley Apartments
Kearny Mesa Apartments
Mira Mesa Apartments
Sorrento Valley Apartments
Rancho Penasquitos Apartments
Bay Park Apartments
Carmel Mountain Apartments
Linda Vista Apartments
Bird Land Apartments
Tierrasanta Apartments
Sabre Springs Apartments
Marina Apartments
Pacific Beach Apartments
Scripps Ranch Apartments
Loma Portal Apartments
Talmadge Apartments
Rancho Bernadino Apartments
College Area Apartments
Grantville Apartments
Rolando Apartments
Gaslamp Quarter Apartments
West University Heights Apartments
Old Town Apartments
North Hills Apartments
Ocean Beach Apartments
Normal Heights Apartments
Lake Murray Apartments
La Jolla Village Apartments
Roseville Apartments
Nestor Apartments
Palm City Apartments
South Park Apartments
Park West Apartments
Clairemont Mesa Apartments
Balboa Park Apartments
City Heights West Apartments
Darnall Apartments
El Cerritos Apartments
City Heights East Apartments
Paradise Hills Apartments