Apartment rents in Los Angeles have declined 6% since the start of the pandemic, according to research from Apartment List. In September alone, rents fell 1.1% in the market. While this is a significant decrease, Los Angeles ranked 11th in the US for its drop in rents.
“As the recession deepens and remote work settles in, many renters have new expectations for what they want out of a home,” Rob Warnock, research associate at Apartment List, tells GlobeSt.com. “Obviously there is a need for cheaper housing, but also a desire for more physical space that might inspire renters...Read More..