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Nationally, the median rent in 2019 for a one-bedroom apartment was about $1,060 and about $1,315 for a two-bedroom apartment. The three most expensive places to rent were Washington, D.C., at an average price for a one-bedroom apartment of $2,516; Massachusetts at $2,218; and Hawaii at $1,880.What is the average rent in California?
The median monthly gross residential rent in California was $1,614 in 2019 according to the Census ACS survey. 1 Average gross rent was $1,657 in 2019.Can landlords raise rent in California?
If you rent in California, your landlord can't raise the rent overnight. State law requires the landlord to give you plenty of advance notice before the higher rent kicks in.