By Taryn Mitchell HNN Summer Intern
Honolulu is the 13th most expensive city for renters.
That's according to new figures from Zumper, a rental website and analysis firm based in San Francisco.
In August, the median rent for a one-bedroom in Honolulu is $1,660, Zumper said.
The median for a two-bedroom is $2,200.
While rents in Honolulu remain pricey compared to other cities, they are on a downward trend, Zumper said.
The median rent for a one-bedroom is down nearly 8 percent from a year ago, while two-bedroom rents are nearly flat.
Here's a look at the median rents for a one-bedroom in the nation's priciest cities:
- San Francisco: $3,500
- New York: $2,900
- San Jose: $2,550
- Boston: $2,340
- Los Angeles: $2,330
- Washington, DC: $2,150
- Oakland: $2,100
- Seattle: $1,960
- San Diego: $1,850
- Miami: $1,780
Denver, the 16th priciest city, had the largest monthly growth rate for one-bedroom rent. The most affordable city? Akron, Ohio.