How to Find Historical Rent Prices Using Rentometer

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How to Find Historical Rent Prices Using Rentometer

March 21st, 2024

Wondering what historic rents are for any U.S. property? Check out the Historical Rent Trend chart in our Pro Report.

The Rentometer Pro Report contains a rent estimate, a detailed rent analysis with interactive charts, a list of nearby rent comps plotted on a map, and public record information. Within the detailed rent analysis portion is our Historical Rent Trend Line graph. Let's take a closer look so you can learn more about this helpful feature.

Rentometer's Pro Report includes a Historical Trend Line graph that provides 3+ years of past rent prices in an easy to read chart. If you’ve ever needed to know how much the average rent price is in your area for the last year, two years, or even three years, then you’ll find our Historical Trend Line graph helpful. 

To provide even further context on rent prices for your subject property or rental market, the Rentometer Pro Report also includes an Average Rent by Bedroom Type bar chart. The bedroom comparison chart presents a side by side comparison of 1, 2, 3, and 4 bedroom types using today’s average rents compared with average rents from one year ago.

This information is at your fingertips and in the right context so you can make better and faster evaluations of today's rental market conditions as well as comparing today's rents to the historical averages.

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Rentometer collects, analyzes, and distributes multifamily and SFR rent price data throughout the U.S. Our rental data is proven to be valuable for our diverse customer base including real estate investors, property managers, agents, other real estate professionals, and renters as we deliver more than 20,000 reports on a daily basis.