Rent Prices in Colorado 1996 - 2015
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!
|Buena Vista||Buena Vista|
|Canon City||Canon City|
|Central Mountains||Central Mountains|
|Colorado Springs||Colorado Springs|
|Eagle County||Eagle County|
|Fort Collins/Loveland||Fort Collins/Loveland|
|Fort Morgan/Brush||Fort Morgan/Brush|
|Glenwood Springs||Glenwood Springs|
|Grand Junction||Grand Junction|
|Lake County||Lake County|
|Southeastern Colorado||Southeastern Colorado|
|Steamboat Springs||Steamboat Springs|
|Summit County||Summit County|
|Metro Average||Metro Average|