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2009 8th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20001
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$2,300
612 sqft
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$4,685
1003 sqft
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1331 4th St SE, Washington, DC 20003
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$2,378
653 sqft
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$4,263
1069 sqft
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1575 Spring Place Northwest, Washington, DC 20010
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The Shelby
405 10th Street Northeast, Washington, DC 20002
Capitol Hill
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$1,650
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What's Driving Up Rent Prices This Year?

In a year when people have yearned for a return to normal, the rental market has been anything but. Not only are rent prices rising, they are rising tremendously fast and rising virtually everywhere. According to our national rent estimates, prices jumped over 11 percent in the first half of 2021, more than doubling the rate of inflation and more than tripling the typical rent growth we measured in the several years preceding the pandemic. Today, 87 of the nation’s 100 largest cities have fully rebounded to pre-pandemic rent prices, and in smaller cities like Boise, ID; Bend, OR; and Spokane, WA; rents are up more than 30 percent since last March.

What’s driving these dramatic rent spikes? In this report, we highlight five interconnected trends that help explain why rent increases are sweeping the nation. We do not intend for this to be a comprehensive list, nor do we suggest the relative weight of each individual factor on price changes. Instead, we hope to highlight ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated affordability concerns by disrupting supply and demand in both the rental and for-sale housing markets.

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Explosion of Super Commuters Offers Lessons for Sustainable Growth
  • There are 4.6 million workers in the U.S. who commute 90+ minutes each way, comprising 3.1 percent of the American workforce. From 2010 to 2019, the number of super commuters nationally increased by 45 percent, more than tripling the growth rate of the overall workforce.
  • Super commuting is concentrated in the nation's most expesnive markets -- the New York City, Los Angeles, and San Francisco regions collectively contain nearly one-in-three super commuters nationally.
  • Nearly half of super commuters live within a 30 mile radius of their region’s commercial center, illustrating how this trend is symptomatic of excessive traffic congestion and lack of public transit options. Those who commute by public transit are five times more likely to be super commuters compared to those who drive.
  • Remote work is unlikely to meaningfully alleviate this long-term trend. Since the start of the pandemic, the fastest rent growth in large metros has been occuring in the further suburbs and exurbs, indicating that hybrid remote work arrangement could create a new class of part-time super commuters.
  • With massive infrastructure investments currently top of mind for policymakers, the rapid expansion of super commuting highlights the need to rethink America’s urban areas in a way that prioritizes plentiful new housing developed around robust public transit.

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Apartment List Renter Migration Report: 2021 Q2

The COVID-19 pandemic jumpstarted residential mobility, which had been slowing for decades. The national mover rate - the percentage who changed residences during the previous year - has more than halved since the mid-1980s, falling from over 20 percent to less than 10 just before the pandemic. And although the immediate response to COVID was to shelter-in-place, migration picked up quickly after that. Our survey research indicates that more Americans moved in the year after the pandemic than in the year before. Among full-time workers, 16 percent moved between April 2020 and April 2021. And Google Trends data show that interest in apartment rentals is higher now than during and before the pandemic.1


  1. See: Google Trends analysis of the search term "Apartments for Rent."
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