Ongoing housing shortage keeps the rental market tight across the region
SAN DIEGO (Dec. 6, 2016) — The average rent for all apartments in the San Diego region rose to $1,719 this fall, up from an average of $1,560 last spring and $1,513 one year ago, according to the San Diego County Apartment Association’s (SDCAA) Fall 2016 Vacancy and Rental Rate Survey.
The weighted average rent for one-‐bedroom units countywide grew more than any other unit type, from $1,368 last spring to $1,531 this fall. Units with three or more bedrooms also saw an increase, from $2,082 last spring to $2,323 this fall. Studios rose from $1,084 to $1,128, while two-‐bedroom units rose from $1,637 to $1,789.