Boston rents are second-highest in the nation

by Liz Hughes

Despite a national slowdown in rent increases, Boston rents continue to remain some of the most expensive in the country.

While renters are starting to see some relief — the national median asking rent fell in September for the first time all year with a  0.7% — renters in Boston continue to pay high prices, according to a new Dwellsy report.

Specifically, Boston’s median asking rent in September was $3,000, the same as in August and 7.9% higher than a year before. 

Boston rents are even higher than in San Francisco and New York and second only to those in San Jose, California.

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