Apartments in San Diego. Photo by Chris Stone
The site Rental market web Apartmentlist.com reveals its March report, which reveals rents in San Diego are starting to rebound after dropping slightly during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The report says rents are up 0.6% year-over-year, with median rates now at $ 1,576 for a 1-bedroom and $ 2,089 for a two-bedroom apartment. Year-over-year rental growth was 1.9% at the same time last year.
The report says the rent increase is the second consecutive month of increases. Additionally, San Diego’s year-over-year rental growth exceeds the state average of -4.9%, as well as the national average of -0.8%.
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