The rent prices in real estate in Dyer, in the Indiana region have risen considerably in the last couple of months. There has been a strong rise in the rent prices this city.
The price per sq.feet in Dyer has risen strongly during the last 6 months. In May, the average price per sq.feet was $12. In the following month the price per sq.feet fell considerably to $9. The price for the following two months in (July, August) had a considerable rise of 257 %. The price per sq.feet has hardly changed in the last two months compared to the average price of the previous four months going from an average price of $18.75 to $19 during September y October
When referring to the price in Dyer (cities), there have hardly been any changes in the last 6 months. The rent price in May is $1,834, rising in June till $2,041. During the following two months (July, August) the price has had an average rise from $1,937.5 to $2,171. During the last two months the average price has fallen greatly compared to the previous four going from $2,054.25 to $1,620.5, which means a 79 % fall.
The graph showing the average price for bedrooms displays the property with the most affordable price has 1 bedroom. It is 2 % more affordable than the average price of $1,802 in Dyer. Based on the bedrooms values, properties with the most affordable rent prices are those with 1 bedroom. They are 2 % more affordable than the average aforementioned.
The graph displaying the average rent prices displays the property type "" as the most affordable one. At an cost of $1,832 it is 2 % more affordable than the average price in Dyer. "Commercial" is seen as the second most affordable property type. The most expensive property type is "Commercial" followed by "". At a price of $1,802 it is 16 % more expensive than the average price.
According to the average area price by sq.feet the most affordable property type is "Commercial with an average cost of $9 / sq.feet. "Commercial" with an average price of $9 / sq.feet has the most affordable price and would be directed at less affluent cities.