Median Rent By Bedrooms In Idaho
As you would expect, the median price for rent in Idaho increases as the number of bedrooms in the unit increases. Studios rent the cheapest in Idaho clocking in at $0, while a four bedroom rental will set you back $1,650 per month.
We think the best deal comes in the form of a two bedroom for $1,010 per month, however, if you don't mind having roommates, the best option on a per room basis is a 4-bedroom rental for $412/room/month.
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Month Over Month Idaho Rent Statistics
Idaho has experienced a $1 change in rent over the past month going from $1,399 to $1,400. That change comes out to 0.1%.
For reference, the US national average rent changed $0 in the past month or 0.0%.
Here's a look at the month over month change for each month since 2010 for Idaho:
Year Over Year Idaho Rent Statistics
Over the past year, the average rent in Idaho changed $50 from $1,350 to $1,400. A change of $50 means that rents changed 3.7% in a year.
That compares to the US national change of $5 in the past year or 0.3%.
Here's a look at the year over year change by month since 2011 for Idaho:
The 10 Places With The Highest Rent In Idaho
Median Rent: $1,246
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Median Rent: $1,149
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Median Rent: $1,087
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Median Rent: $1,048
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Median Rent: $1,042
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Median Rent: $1,011
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Median Rent: $1,001
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Median Rent: $948
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Median Rent: $943
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Median Rent: $941
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