We find ourselves in a renting-happy market. And as luck would have it, Seattle makes the top ten for cities whose rents are spiking as a result. (Yay improving economy?) With more people renting in a city where rental units are relatively limited, finding a decent one that won't break the bank and/or isn't in a flimsy box situated amid someone's backyard chicken coop experiment can be tougher than you think. That's where we come in. We've created our own Rental Heatmap of the best rental buildings in the greater Seattle area. This way you can save yourself a headache of having to wade through too-good-to-be true Craigslist ads and soak up some much-needed Seattle summer sun. Rejoice and enjoy the "heat wave!"Read More
Seattle Curbed Rental Heatmap: Where to Rent Right Now
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