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Twelve Denver Metro Cities With Lowest, Highest One-Bedroom Rents

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While some surveys suggest that overall Denver rent prices have plateaued or are going down, that's not universally true. Indeed, rents are still rising in some Denver neighborhoods.

Likewise, prices for a one-bedroom apartment vary widely in different communities across the Denver metro area.

That's among the takeaways from Zumper's November report about rents in Denver metro.

The service has updated information about twelve cities in the area, and as you'll see, the median price for a one-bedroom varies by more than $300 per month from the least to the most expensive.

Continue to see the average rents this month for a dozen Denver metro communities, illustrated with photos courtesy of ApartmentGuide.com showing current listings for each one, as well as a Zumper graphic charting the prices. Click to see the complete report.

Number 12: Aurora

Median rent for a one-bedroom apartment: $970

Number 11: Arvada

Median rent for a one-bedroom apartment: $1,020

Number 10: Northglenn

Median rent for a one-bedroom apartment: $1,080

Number 9: Thornton

Median rent for a one-bedroom apartment: $1,100

Number 8: Castle Rock

Median rent for a one-bedroom apartment: $1,110

Number 7: Westminster

Median rent for a one-bedroom apartment: $1,140

Continue to see the six Denver-metro cities with the most expensive rent for a one-bedroom apartment right now.

Number 6: Lakewood

Median rent for a one-bedroom apartment: $1,160

Number 5: Littleton

Median rent for a one-bedroom apartment: $1,180

Number 4: Parker

Median rent for a one-bedroom apartment: $1,240

Number 3: Denver

Median rent for a one-bedroom apartment: $1,260

Number 2: Centennial

Median rent for a one-bedroom apartment: $1,310

Number 1: Broomfield

Median rent for a one-bedroom apartment: $1,340


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