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The Median Rental Rate of 1- and 2-Bedroom Apartments by Neighborhood

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The data has been examined and the numbers are official: San Francisco's overall median rental rate for a one-bedroom in the month of January was $2,813, and a two-bedroom was $3,925. The one-bedroom median is up from last August's $2,713 but down from last August's two-bedroom median of $4,075. As you can see from the above infographic, rental website Zumper has broken down the median by neighborhood. The Marina was the most expensive neighborhood for a one-bedroom rental at $3,650, and that's because there was an increase in luxury home rentals. With a median of $5,975, the FiDI was the most expensive neighborhood for a two-bedroom, but that makes sense since the majority of rentals are corporate furnished rentals in luxury full-service buildings. This way for an infographic for the same information, but back in May and March of 2013.

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A few notes:
- Much of the data was collected from direct posts to Zumper, through its agent tool Zumper Pro. This means the individual listings there direct and not duplicate.
- These numbers reflect available units on the market for the month of January, and are not a reflection of what some people may be historically paying.
· Mapping the Average Rental Rate of a One and Two Bedroom in San Francisco [Curbed SF]
· Zumper [Official website]
· Zumper Pro [Official website]
· You're Never Moving Again: Mapping the Average Rental Rate of a One Bedroom in San Francisco [Curbed SF]