Raleigh residents are seeing higher rents in certain neighborhoods. Some have risen almost 14 percent. Here are five where rent is increasing the most.

ATLANTA - GeorgiaChron -- A large cluster of research institutions and universities, museums and outdoor spots attract many to Raleigh, the capital of North Carolina. A part of the Research Triangle Park, along with Chapel Hill and Durham, high-tech, media and financial service industries continue to grow in the city.

But Raleigh residents are seeing higher rents in certain neighborhoods, with some going up nearly 14 percent.

5. Forestville

• Price increase over the past year: 6.19 percent
• Average rent for one-bedroom in Forestville: $1,106
• Only 25 minutes from the city center, Forestville has seen an influx in residents and a price increase of a little more than six percent.

4. North Hills

• Price increase over the past year: 8.34 percent

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• Average rent for one-bedroom in North Hills: $1,170

North Hills' centralized location makes it an ideal location for those commuting into town and away from the city, with the airport only 11 miles away. Rental prices have increased a little more than eight percent in the past year.

3. Brier Creek Country Club

• Price increase over the past year: 8.52 percent
• Average rent for one-bedroom in Brier Creek Country Club: $1,105

If you're all about amenities, Raleigh neighborhood Brier Creek Country Club is the right fit for your lifestyle. While one-bedroom rents have increased more than eight percent in the past year, the area remains budget-friendly.

2. Triangle Town Center

• Price increase over the past year: 9.78 percent
• Average rent for one-bedroom in Triangle Town Center: $1,005

That suburbia feel has attracted many families to the area, despite the increase in average rents to $1,005 per month.

1. North Raleigh

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• Price increase over the past year: 13.85 percent
• Average rent for one-bedroom in North Raleigh: $1,012

North of North Hills, North Raleigh has seen the most increase in rent price at nearly 14 percent. An average one-bedroom in the neighborhood can go for $1,012 a month.

Visit https://www.rent.com/blog/raleigh-neighborhoods-rent-prices-increasing/ for details.

Methodology

We looked at all neighborhoods in Raleigh with sufficient available inventory on Apartment Guide and Rent.com and compared the average price from September 2018 to September 2019 to find the neighborhoods with the highest percentage increase in one-bedroom apartment prices.

The current rent information included in this article is based on September 2019 multifamily rental property inventory on Apartment Guide and Rent.com and is used for illustrative purposes only. The data contained herein do not constitute financial advice or a pricing guarantee for any apartment.

Source: Rent.com
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