Fresno rent prices spiked 4.4% in April, report says

Rent prices in Fresno continue to rise.
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Rent prices in Fresno continue to rise.

According to a rent report from Apartment List, on average, renters are paying 30% more for housing than they were at the start of the pandemic.

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Experts say monthly rents in Fresno increased 4.4% in April.

A one-bedroom apartment in Fresno currently rents for about $1,080.

Two-bedroom apartments cost more than $1,300 a month on average.

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