Zip codes with the most expensive rent in Greensboro

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March 11, 2021
realtor.com

Zip codes with the most expensive rent in Greensboro

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Census Bureau in April 2020 launched a Household Pulse Survey providing weekly updates on how individuals and families have been affected during the pandemic. Data show ongoing difficulties in finding work, affording food, and paying the rent. Meanwhile, the pandemic has created a “seesaw effect” on rent, with rental rates in the most expensive U.S. cities dropping while rental rates have gone up in historically less expensive areas.

Stacker compiled a list of zip codes with the most expensive rent in Greensboro using data from Zillow. Cities are ranked by the Zillow Observed Rent Index as of January 2021. Listings and images are from realtor.com. Keep reading to see whether your zip code made the list.

Zip codes with the most expensive rent in Greensboro

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Census Bureau in April 2020 launched a Household Pulse Survey providing weekly updates on how individuals and families have been affected during the pandemic. Data show ongoing difficulties in finding work, affording food, and paying the rent. Meanwhile, the pandemic has created a “seesaw effect” on rent, with rental rates in the most expensive U.S. cities dropping while rental rates have gone up in historically less expensive areas.

Stacker compiled a list of zip codes with the most expensive rent in Greensboro using data from Zillow. Cities are ranked by the Zillow Observed Rent Index as of January 2021. Listings and images are from realtor.com. Keep reading to see whether your zip code made the list.

#6. 27405 (Greensboro)

- Typical rent: $1,254
--- 3.5% less than typical rent in metro
- 1 year rent change: +9.4%
--- #1 fastest growing rent among zip codes in metro
- 10 year rent change: +27.1%

- Pictured (for rent): 5501 Hardie Farm Dr, Greensboro 27405 ($1,895, 4 bedrooms)

#5. 27407 (Greensboro)

- Typical rent: $1,334
--- 2.6% above typical rent in metro
- 1 year rent change: +2.7%
--- #6 fastest growing rent among zip codes in metro
- 10 year rent change: +15.3%

- Pictured (for sale): 2624 W Court St, Greensboro 27407 ($65,000, 4 bedrooms)

#4. 27406 (Greensboro)

- Typical rent: $1,391
--- 7.0% above typical rent in metro
- 1 year rent change: +7.2%
--- #3 fastest growing rent among zip codes in metro
- 10 year rent change: +26.2%

- Pictured (for rent): 4210 Clovelly Dr, Greensboro 27406 ($1,800, 3 bedrooms)

#3. 27455 (Greensboro)

- Typical rent: $1,420
--- 9.2% above typical rent in metro
- 1 year rent change: +8.5%
--- #2 fastest growing rent among zip codes in metro
- 10 year rent change: +31.0%

- Pictured (for rent): 2015 Warwickshire Dr, Greensboro 27455 ($2,150, 3 bedrooms)

#2. 27410 (Greensboro)

- Typical rent: $1,445
--- 11.2% above typical rent in metro
- 1 year rent change: +5.3%
--- #5 fastest growing rent among zip codes in metro
- 10 year rent change: +20.1%

- Pictured (for rent): 12 Pepperwood Cir, Greensboro 27410 ($2,300, 4 bedrooms)

#1. 27265 (High Point)

- Typical rent: $1,458
--- 12.2% above typical rent in metro
- 1 year rent change: +6.9%
--- #4 fastest growing rent among zip codes in metro
- 10 year rent change: +19.5%

- Pictured (for sale): 4128 Johnson St, High Point 27265 ($219,900, 2 bedrooms)

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