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State O'The Market

According to Zumper, Seattle maintained its position as the 10th most expensive rental market in the country last month in spite of a 1.8% dip in 1-bedroom rents. The city's median of $1,600/month for a 1-bed came ahead of San Diego ($1,480), Philadelphia ($1,350), and Minneapolis ($1,320). Central Business District (Downtown) was the most expensive neighborhood on their list with a median 1-bed of $2,260 while Lawton Park in Magnolia came in as the cheapest with $1,050. [Zumper]