Rent gap between Houston apartment classes among largest nationally (HBJ)

A renter living in one of Houston’s luxury apartments can expect to pay nearly $600 more per month than a renter living in a non-luxury apartment, according to a new report from RentCafe. Pictured is a rendering of a unit and kitchen in The Carter, a luxury apartment building under construction.

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By Paul Takahashi

A renter living in one of Houston’s luxury apartments can expect to pay nearly $600 more per month than a renter living in a non-luxury apartment, according to a new report.

RentCafé, a national apartment search firm, analyzed apartment rents in 300 cities nationally and found that the average Class A and B+ luxury apartment costs almost 40 percent more than Class B, C and D non-luxury apartments nationally.

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