Average Rent Prices in Malden

Malden Pads has assembled and shared an infographic on average rent prices in Malden. The rent price information came from the immense Boston Pads database, which contains more than 156,000 Boston apartments, over 500,000 photos, and over 8,000 property videos.

The averages in the infographic were taken from a sample size of 341 Malden apartments which Malden Pads is currenting listing or which were rented in the past 12 months. The real time vacancy rate came from adding the total number of available apartments with any units becoming available in the next few months, then dividing by the number of units in Malden. Population and income level data was sourced from the United States Census Bureau.

Out of 22 towns, cities, and Boston neighborhoods studied, Malden ranks amongst the most affordable for all apartment sizes. It is in the top 5 least expensive for all unit types except 5-bedroom apartments, for which it ranks 7th least costly. For 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 4-bedroom apartments, the average Malden rent price is 2nd most affordable. Malden studios rank at 4th, and 3-bedoom apartments are the least pricey in Malden out of all areas studied.

Average rent prices in Malden are generally lower than average rent prices in Medford, a city that borders it on the west. Studio and 1-bedroom apartments cost, on average, about the same in both Greater Boston cities. But, as units become bigger, renters can expect to pay less in Malden than Medford. For 2-bedroom, 3-bedroom, 4-bedroom, and 5-bedroom apartments, Medford renters pay at least about $150 more than Malden renters. The difference reaches nearly $600 for 4-bedrooms.







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