|Zumper: How far will your $ go in Houston?||Zumper: How far will your $ go in Houston?||https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=14624||2016-09-26T05:00:00Z||2016-09-26T20:10:00Z|
HOUSTON - A fresh look at how far your rental home dollar goes in Houston.
Rental research site Zumper mapped out 47 neighborhoods in the Houston area to determine where rates are increasing and decreasing.
It determined that downtown ($1,600) the Museum District ($1,870) and Memorial's Hunter Creek Village ($1,485) are the most expensive areas to rent this fall, with median monthly rates between $1,400 and $1,900 for one-bedroom units.
Greenway-Upper Kirby is also among the priciest at $1,390 per month for a one-bedroom rental.
As for where in town rates are rising the fastest, the site deemed the Greater Heights and Second Ward to have shown the biggest jump, both up 9 percent since last quarter.
Among the cheapest areas in town to rent in is Northside at $690, Spring Branch Central at $710 and Sharpstown at $675.
• Montrose: $1,300
• West University Place: $1,350
• Bellaire: $1,090
• Washington Ave.: $1,390
• Uptown: $1,260
|Houston Chronicle||Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land||Multifamily|| http://www.chron.com/homes/article/Downtown-Museum-District-Hunter-Creek-Village-9240245.php|
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