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Seattle ranked as fourth priciest city for renters in Washington

by Lindsey Wells

Seattle ranked as fourth priciest city for renters in Washington

Seattle is the fourth most expensive city in Washington for renters, according to a recent Zumper report. The report analyzed active listings last month in 11 metro cities.

The state median price for a one-bedroom apartment in Washington was $1,430 in October. This is significantly lower than Seattle, where renters can expect to pay an average of $1,750 for a one-bedroom.

Compared to other U.S. cities, Seattle ranked as the 14th most expensive rental market in the nation, with the prices of one- and two-bedroom apartments averaging $1,750 and $2,340, respectively.

Bellevue took the No. 1 spot as Washington’s most expensive rental city, with an average rent of $2,100 for a one-bedroom, a 13% spike from 2020.

Kirkland ranked second on the list with an average monthly rental rate of $1,980 for a one-bedroom apartment. Third place went to Redmond, where one-bedroom renters paid an average of $1,960.

The most affordable city for renters in October was Bellingham, with one-bedroom apartments priced at $1,170. Lakewood was second with rent at $1,210, while Everett ranked as the third least expensive with rent at $1,370, according to the report. 

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