Rent in Austin Going Up

Rent in Austin Going Up

A new report by Abodo finds that Austin rents are increasing, Austin Culturemap reports. In the third quarter of the year, rent increased 2.51 percent. The median price of a one bedroom in Austin in July was $1,154, and by the end of September it was $1,183. For a two...
Austin Rental Market Hints at Stabilizing

Austin Rental Market Hints at Stabilizing

After several years of growth in rent, there are signs that Austin’s rental market is seeing a leveling off, Bisnow reports.   Austin did not make Abodo’s list of the the biggest increases in rent.  New Orleans and Corpus Christi topped that list. Austin’s increase in...
Post Rent Wages Shrink

Post Rent Wages Shrink

The Austin Business Journal reports on a new study that finds that when rent is factored in, wages are down in Austin. From 2005 to 2015, post-rent wages were down .5 percent in Austin. Just over half of Austinites rent and median rent is $1,045.  Median income for...
Most Expensive Places to Rent in Austin

Most Expensive Places to Rent in Austin

Wondering what parts of Austin are the most expensive to rent an apartment and which are the most affordable?  Curbed Austin has the lowdown. Downtown Austin has the top rent at a median of $1,990 for a one-bedroom per month, East Cesar Chavez is $1,650 and Holly is...
The Most Expensive Rent Around Austin

The Most Expensive Rent Around Austin

Most people would say that Austin has the most expensive rent in the metro area, but surprisingly, as CultureMap reports, that’s not the case. Leander had the most expensive rent for last month out of 13 cities in the greater Austin area, a recent report found....