Downtown Boston condo rents are are begining to stabilize in 2019, but are still the highest in the nation, and likely to remain there according to research from Zumper. In its annual wrap-up report, the rental site showed that, once again, Boston had the 3rd highest median rents in the country, with a median of $2,480.99 for a one-bedroom apartment up 3.3% from last year and a two-bedroom median of $2,900..
While those one and two bedroom numbers are up slightly and flat, respectively, year-over-year, Zumper Data Analyst Crystal Chen explained why no other city was able to catch up. Boston, Oakland, and LA rents had large one-bedroom year-over-year growth rates, all above 3 percent
Boston, MA moved up 2 spots to become 3rd with one bedroom rent growing 3.3% to $2,480 while two bedrooms stayed stable at $2,700.