Colorado Rent Analysis

The rent is too damn high in Colorado

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Rent Prices in Colorado 1996 - 2015

Is the rent is too damn high in Colorado? Let’s analyze data from the Rent database and find some afforable places to rent around Colorado.

Rent Changes Over Time

How have rents increased between 1996 and 2015?

Efficiency apartments in Fort Collins/Loveland saw the largest increase in rent between 1996 and 2015. During this 19 year period, rent rose 226.5% from $239.26 to $781.18.

How have rents decreased between 1996 and 1996?

3 Bed apartments in Aspen saw the largest decrease in rent between 1996 and 2015. During this 19 year period, rent fell -40.31% from $1600 to $751.89.

As of 2015, what are rent prices?

The most expensive apartment to rent is a 1 bed in Boulder/Broomfield which goes for $2008.62 per month.

On the opposite end of the sepectrum, you can rent a very affordable efficiency in Grand Junction for $258.78 per month!

Full Analysis

subregion file
Alamosa Alamosa
Aspen Aspen
Buena Vista Buena Vista
Canon City Canon City
Central Mountains Central Mountains
Colorado Springs Colorado Springs
Durango Durango
Eagle County Eagle County
Fort Collins/Loveland Fort Collins/Loveland
Fort Morgan/Brush Fort Morgan/Brush
Glenwood Springs Glenwood Springs
Greeley Greeley
Grand Junction Grand Junction
Gunnison Gunnison
Lake County Lake County
Montrose Montrose
Pueblo Pueblo
Salida Salida
Southeastern Colorado Southeastern Colorado
Steamboat Springs Steamboat Springs
Sterling Sterling
Summit County Summit County
Adams Adams
Arapahoe Arapahoe
Boulder/Broomfield Boulder/Broomfield
Denver Denver
Jefferson Jefferson
Metro Average Metro Average