Thinking of renting a home or apartment in Sacramento? If so, you will probably want to explore the area rents before you make a decision. A newly released report by RentHub shows significant price increases in apartment rents in the Sacramento region.. If you are looking to rent a home instead of an apartment, adjust the monthly rent number upwards. Even though these numbers are based on apartment rents, you can still get an idea of where rents are the most affordable in the city. If you’re looking to avoid most expensive zip codes to rent, then scroll down to our most affordable places to rent below. You may also want to look at our Top 10 Places to Live in Sacramento to review the desirability of these neighborhoods.
We looked at the data and broke down 30 different zip codes by price range. The Top 10 most expensive. The Top 10 most affordable and the 10 mid range neighborhoods to consider when looking to rent a home.
Top 10 most expensive zip codes to rent in Sacramento
Starting off at #1 most expensive zip code to rent is Land Park. Not surprising given that it is a college town with lots of students and a great ambiance. El Dorado Hills and Folsom are bedroom communities for Intel employees. These employees often have lots of income or are here on temporary projects short term projects.
|Position||City||Zip Code||Median Rents|
|1||Land Park (Sacramento)||95818||4250|
|6||El Dorado Hills||95762||2765|
Top 10 most affordable zip codes to rent in Sacramento
If you are looking for a pleasant and affordable neighborhood, consider the following areas. Bear in mind that prices are only averages. For nicer streets or complexes you will likely pay more than the average number below.
|Position||City||Zip Code||Monthly Rents|
|1||Del Paso Heights||95815||1050|
|6||Lemon Hill (Sacramento)||95824||1839|
|10||North Arcade (Sacramento)||95821||2035|
Mid price range zip codes to rent in Sacramento
Moving up the price scale, these last 10 zip codes cover the mid range priced neighborhoods.
|11||South Oak Park||95820||2090|