10 Cities Where Rents Are Rising the Least

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Average rent: $814

Annual increase:
1.3 percent

Unemployment rate:
13.3 percent

Sin City is still suffering from one of the worst housing hangovers in the nation, with a huge oversupply of homes that’s keeping sale prices deeply depressed and rents down. Given the deep woes in the Vegas housing market and the city’s high unemployment, it’s encouraging that rents are rising at all.

Next: Wichita, Kan.