How to get a good rent for your home

The average rent in the United States is now $2,872 per month, according to a report by real estate consulting firm Zillow.

That’s up from $2 and $3,600 in early 2016, according a Zillows report released Wednesday.

That would put the average rent for a three-bedroom apartment in the Los Angeles area at about $1,876 per month.

The study also found that rents for a two-bedroom home in New York City are $2.4 million per year, and a three bedroom home in San Francisco is $2 million.

The median rent in Seattle is about $2 per month and in the San Francisco Bay Area it is $3 per month for a one-bedroom.

The average monthly rent for two- and three-bedrooms in Manhattan is $1.2 million and $1 million, respectively.

The Zillowing report, which looks at rent data for the city, San Francisco, New York and Washington, D.C., is a quarterly snapshot of the rental market.

The company has been tracking the housing market since 2015.

It tracks the median rent for multiple-family properties by looking at the average monthly income per household in the same area.

It also uses data from the Census Bureau to calculate the median price of a property, which Zillowers estimates is $839,000.

A Zillower report on rental trends for February 2018 showed the median monthly income for the metro area increased to $50,200 in 2019 from $43,400 in 2018.

The price of an average two-family home in the area was $2m, up slightly from $1m in 2019, according the Zillowed report.

Zillovisions report that median rent growth has been especially notable in the Seattle area, where the median rental price increased by 11.5 percent over the past five years.

That increase was more than double the average across the United Kingdom, where rents were up 8.9 percent over that same period.