SAN DIEGO– A new report released Tuesday ranks San Diego in the top 10 cities in the U.S. for rent growth.
The city saw a nearly 6% increase in rent prices since 2015.
Out of 25 largest cities in the country, the Apartment List report ranked San Diego as seventh for year-over-year rent growth at 1.8% from 2015 to 2018.
San Diego is one of four California cities that made the top ten list.
On a nationwide scale, rent growth has slowed from 3.6% in 2015 to a current rate of 1.5%.
The top 10 cities who saw the largest rent increase from 2015 are:
- San Francisco (9.0%)
- Denver (7.3%)
- Atlanta (6.5%)
- Miami (6.1%)
- Riverside (5.9%)
- Seattle (5.9%)
- San Diego (5.8%)
- Los Angeles (5.5%)
- Portland (5.3%)
- Charlotte (4.8%)
See the full report on ApartmentList.com.