Rentable says that the median nationwide rent price for one-bedroom units in April was $1,121 (down 0.27%) with two-bedroom units coming in at $1378 (down 0.29%). Interestingly, they point out that none of the cities in their top ten loser/gainer lists moved more than 9%. Be sure to check out their full data set of U.S. cities. Interestingly, they urge caution about potential inflation:
“In our view, loads of stimulus money and a quickly recovering economy equal inflation danger, and that alone will put upward pressure on one- and two-bedroom rental prices.”
Click here to read the full report at Rentable.co.