ApartmentList released results of a survey they conducted recently and it shows that rents for Triad apartment are up year-over-year, but the Triad still trails other NC metro areas in rent rates. The Greensboro News & Record picked up the story:
Despite the growth in prices compared with last year, however, Greensboro offers some of the most affordable apartments in the state.
The median rent for a two-bedroom apartment in Greensboro is $800, making it seventh in the state compared with Asheville’s median rent of $1,210.
Median rent for a one-bedroom apartment in Greensboro is $690, according to the survey.
In High Point, median rent for a two-bedroom apartment is $820 and $680 for a one-bedroom.
And in Winston-Salem, the median for a two-bedroom apartment is $750. No information was reported for a one-bedroom apartment.