Bellevue Downtown Park

According to the online rental platform, Zumper, in August 2021, rent in Bellevue increased by 4.7%. The report analyzed active listings across 12 metro cities, showing which cities had the most and least expensive rent, and which had the fastest growing.

The median rent for a one bedroom in Washington was $1,407 in the month of August. Bellevue ranked as the most expensive city with one bedrooms priced at $2,210. Following Bellevue were Redmond at $2,040 and Kirkland at $1,970.

The least expensive rent in Washington was Bellingham, with a one bedroom priced at $1,190. Everett ranked second with rent at $1,280 and Tacoma was third with rent at $1,460.

Renton had the largest monthly rental growth rate, up by 5%. Bellevue was the second fastest growing rent at 4.7% in one month, and Kirkland rent grow by 3.7%.

The Zumper Seattle Metro Area Report analyzed active listings that hit the market last month. Listings are aggregated by city to calculate median asking rents.

Zumper report in August for Bellevue


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