S.F. condominium rents just observed the major raise of the pandemic, in accordance to new report

San Francisco’s median condominium rent rose 3.4% in March from the prior thirty day period, the most important improve due to the fact the coronavirus pandemic began, according to a new report.

The information from real estate startup Condominium List is the strongest indicator nonetheless that the rental industry is rebounding from the devastation of the pandemic, which authorized most office environment workers to get the job done from anywhere. Far more than 80,000 homes still left San Francisco among March and November previous yr, up 77.5% from the prior year period, in accordance to Postal Services knowledge.

San Francisco median rents are continue to down 23.2% from the prior year, by much the biggest fall in the region among the significant U.S. towns, according to Condominium List. New York is 2nd with an 18.7% fall.

The median San Francisco a single-bed room is $2,082 for every month and the median two-bedroom is $2,410 per month.

San Francisco’s month-to-month rebound was the highest amid main coastal towns. Boston saw a 2.9% boost, Seattle had a 2.2% jump, even though New York rose .9%.

San Jose’s median rent was up .7% in comparison to the prior thirty day period and down 13.6% from the prior year. Oakland dipped by .5% from the preceding thirty day period and was down 15.2% from the prior 12 months.

Renters are coming back again to San Francisco and demand is up, explained Oz Erickson, chairman of developer Emerald Fund.