The average rent for an Austin apartment is $1,200, according to the Austin Chronicle.
That’s slightly higher than the national average of $1 and the national median of $900.
The average apartment in the San Antonio area has been on the market for less than a year, and prices are typically rising quickly.
It is worth noting that this is an average and is not an average for every single place.
We don’t know exactly how many people are in San Antonians’ rent-stabilized apartment complexes.
According to the American Association of Realtors, there are about 8,500 rental units in the Austin area.
The median rent in Austin is about $1.05 per square foot, which is lower than the median rent for all of San Antonio, the American Planning Association reported.
In the last two years, the median annual rent in San Marcos has increased by $15, or 8.2 percent.
The Austin Area Rent Index, a website that tracks the cost of living in Austin, rates Austin as the second-most expensive metropolitan area in the United States for a bachelor’s degree.
In terms of the average rent per square feet, the average is $2,900, according the Austin Area Realtor.
This number is lower when compared to other major cities, but it is still more than enough to pay for a one-bedroom apartment.