Rent just went up again: The 10 most expensive cities to rent in Colorado

The latest rent report is out from RentCafé for Denver and once again, rent prices have risen.

The average price for an 841-square-foot apartment is now $1,994, up from $1,879 last quarter.

RentCafé said that the national average for an 841-square-foot apartment is $1,706.

The 10 most expensive cities to rent in Colorado (Average price for an 841-square-foot apartment, according to RentCafé:)

  1. Boulder: $2,347
  2. Golden: $2,171
  3. Castle Rock: $2,118
  4. Centennial: $2,090
  5. Littleton: $2,063
  6. Broomfield: $2,016
  7. Denver: $1,994
  8. Parker: $1,971
  9. Commerce City: $1,950
  10. Englewood: $1,948

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