It’s not necessarily cheap to rent in Houston’s suburbsIt’s not necessarily cheap to rent in Houston’s suburbshttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=6182015-06-24T14:51:00Z2015-06-24T07:45:00Z

HOUSTON - Rent growth across the Houston region has been relatively stagnant in recent months, according to data from Apartment List.

The median price for a one-bedroom in Houston was $1,030 and a two-bedroom was $1,260.

The most expensive neighborhood in Houston remains Downtown, where rents are three times the national average and nearly two and a half times above the average metro area.

Ten Most Expensive Houston Neighborhoods
Location Median
Two-bedroom Rent
Downtown Houston $3,020
Afton Oaks/River Oaks $2,400
Memorial $2,270
Washington Ave/Memorial Park $2,050
Midtown $1,860


Highest Houston Metro Rents
Metro Median
Two-bedroom rent
Pearland $1,420
Pasadena $1,380
The Woodlands $1,320
Tomball $1,280
Houston $1,260

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