Published : Friday, July 14, 2017 | 5:03 AM
Pasadena has the second highest apartmental rental rates in Los Angeles County in the latest Zumper LA Metro Report published Monday by the nationwide apartment search website.
The report covers 19 cities in the Los Angeles metropolitan area and highlights the most and least expensive cities as far as rental rates are concerned, and cities with the fastest growing rents.
Analyzing active listings in June, 2017, Zumper said Santa Monica remained the most expensive city to rent in the Los Angeles area. In Santa Monica, one-bedroom units were priced at a median of $2,960.
In Pasadena, one-bedroom units were priced at a median of $2,190, and two-bedroom units are going for $2,600 a month.
One-bedroom rent climbed 0.9 percent higher than last month’s median in Pasadena, while rents for two-bedroom units dropped by 0.4 percent.
The City of Los Angeles came in third most expensive in the county, with one-bedroom units renting for a median cost of $2,100.
On the other end of the spectrum, Palmdale ranked as the least expensive city with one-bedroom units renting at $660, followed by Bellflower with units renting at $1,210 and Pomona where rent was at a median $1,220 for one-bedroom units.
Zumper.com serves renters, landlords, and brokers with industry-leading tools. It 26 million people used its site in 2016.