Property prices for rent in Bellevue (Ohio)

The rent prices in real estate in Bellevue, in the Ohio region have risen considerably in the last couple of months. There has been a strong rise in the rent prices this city.

Average price last 6 months
Price/sq.feet last 6 months
Average price per sq.feet

The price per sq.feet in Bellevue has risen strongly during the last 6 months. In April, the average price per sq.feet was . In the following month the price per sq.feet rose considerably to . The price for the following two months in (June, July) had a considerable rise of 2147483647 %. The price per sq.feet has had a considerable rise of 385 % in the last two months compared to the average price for the previous four months. This was obtained by comparing the first four months of the period going from a price per sq.feet of $0.26 to $1 during August, and September.

Average price

When referring to the price in Bellevue (cities), this has risen in the last 6 months. The rent price in April is $1,067, rising in May till $1,166. In the following two months the average price has hardly changed with regard to the previous two months from $1,116.5 to $1,096.5. Based on an analysis of the first four prices and the last two months the average price has increased 111 % during the last two months.

Average price per bedrooms

The graph showing the average price for bedrooms displays the property with the most affordable price has 1 bedroom. It is 58 % more affordable than the average price of $540 in Bellevue. Based on the bedrooms values, properties with the most affordable rent prices are those with 1 bedroom. They are 58 % more affordable than the average aforementioned.

Price per property type

According to average price per property type in Bellevue, "" priced at $540 is 58 % lower than the average price ($1,298) in this city.

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** Graph's data with null or zero value are due to there isn't enough data available to get a reliable value