Thursday, February 9, 2017

San Antonio Renters Wrote Larger Rent Checks Last Year

If you were part of the 92% of San Antonians that occupied apartments last year then your checkbook is definitely feeling a little lighter.

San Antonians renting an entry-level apartment complex, or Class C apartment, paid $0.89 more per square feet in rent last year. Over the past few years, Class C apartments have been subject to makeovers to keep up with the luxury rental market and to offset the cost of those improvements landlords have risen the rent.


Class C apartments were not the only types of apartments to experienced the rent hike last year. Renters in mid-level apartments saw a $1.15 per square feet rise in rent, while high-end apartments had a $1.26 per square feet increase. Even with the cry for more lower-priced rents for the working class resident, it has been predicted that rent will continue to rise at about the same rate in the upcoming year.

Apartment finders are familiar with all apartment specials and qualifications necessary to move and can save you time and money in your next apartment search. They will work to get you the best deal within your budget. Give our apartment locators at Apartments Now a call and let them work your lease to get you the best deal within your budget.