Real estate research site Zumper is out with a handy map of where the median rents on 1-BR apartments stand in the Boston area this fall.
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The data is culled from vacant or available listings on the site as of September, so it's a pretty good snapshot of the situation out there. For a deeper dive into both 1-BRs and 2-BRs, check out this chart and analysis. Otherwise, good luck, especially if you're looking to rent a 1-BR along D Street in Southie, in downtown Boston or in East Cambridge. Those are the priciest areas this fall, according to Zumper.
· The Cheapest And Most Expensive Boston Neighborhoods For Renters This Fall [Zumper]
· Where to Rent a Hub Apt. This Fall: Cheapest, Priciest Areas [Curbed Boston]
· Our Rent Check archive [Curbed Boston]