Which Philadelphia apartments are the most affordable?
The average rent in Philadelphia has been increasing at a faster rate than wages in the past few years.
It is also one of the most expensive places to rent in the country.
The average apartment in the city’s affluent West End is now more than $3,000 more expensive than the median rent in 2012, according to a study by real estate analytics company RealtyTrac.
The average apartment price is currently $1,600 higher than in 2013.
The median rent has gone up by more than 40% over that time.
The city’s median income has also increased by more, at $55,000, according the report.
That is far from an apples-to-apples comparison, however.
The most expensive rental apartment in Philadelphia is a three-bedroom, four-bathroom home on the city south side that rents for $1.7 million.
But the average rent for that unit is $1 ,250 more than the average income of $52,000.
The unit has two bedrooms and a three bedroom on its two-acre lot.
The median income for the entire city is $51,000 and the median income of those who live in those apartments is $70,000 compared to $56,000 for the citywide average, according data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
That means the city is paying more to its residents than the rest of the country, according a report by realtor analytics firm Zillow.
The report, called “Brentwood: The City’s Most Expensive Neighborhood,” said the median household income in Brentwood is $57,000 per year, which is more than double the $32,000 in the rest