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Nationwide Rent Data Map:
Nationwide Fair Market Rent Map

Click on a region to view more detailed rental data.

Fair Market Rents (FMRs) are published by the US Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) each year. FY 2010 rates are effective from October 2009 to September 2010. FMR is primarily used to determine the standard payment amounts for the Housing Choice Voucher program, rents for section 8 housing contracts and deciding payment amounts for other government housing assistance programs.

The HUD conducts a study each year to determine "Fair Market Rents" in each metropolitan area and non-metropolitan county in the country — over 2000 regions in all. The color-coded interactive map above shows Fair Market Rents by County.

The table below shows the average Fair Market Rents for each in each state for different size homes and apartments. Browse to a specific FMR area to see exact Fair Market Rent rates.

Fair Market Rents are described as the 40th percentile of gross rents for typical, non-substandard rental units occupied by recent movers in a local housing market (24 CFR Part 888). The 40th percentile means that the average rent (50th percentile) is slightly higher. Additionally, these are gross rent prices which includes utilities.

Change Year:
State 0 BR 1 BR 2 BR 3 BR 4 BR Est. Population
Alabama (AL) $454 $507 $595 $772 $891 4,447,100
Alaska (AK) $769 $907 $1,136 $1,494 $1,672 610,666
Arizona (AZ) $590 $661 $807 $1,130 $1,286 5,130,632
Arkansas (AR) $415 $459 $550 $721 $809 2,673,400
California (CA) $750 $858 $1,061 $1,494 $1,698 33,871,648
Colorado (CO) $556 $636 $775 $1,055 $1,268 4,301,261
Connecticut (CT) $776 $937 $1,131 $1,393 $1,626 3,405,565
Delaware (DE) $713 $790 $902 $1,165 $1,392 783,600
District of Columbia (DC) $1,156 $1,318 $1,494 $1,927 $2,522 572,059
Florida (FL) $649 $718 $843 $1,103 $1,228 15,982,378
Georgia (GA) $521 $566 $651 $829 $934 8,186,453
Guam (GU) $786 $844 $1,030 $1,501 $1,794 154,805
Hawaii (HI) $1,028 $1,182 $1,418 $1,909 $2,105 1,211,537
Idaho (ID) $482 $529 $657 $912 $1,039 1,293,953
Illinois (IL) $462 $523 $643 $832 $932 12,419,293
Indiana (IN) $480 $535 $659 $846 $923 6,080,485
Iowa (IA) $412 $458 $583 $743 $816 2,926,324
Kansas (KS) $443 $478 $601 $778 $857 2,688,418
Kentucky (KY) $429 $476 $579 $751 $826 4,041,769
Louisiana (LA) $519 $561 $664 $850 $937 4,468,976
Maine (ME) $528 $604 $729 $939 $1,058 1,274,923
Maryland (MD) $808 $905 $1,073 $1,393 $1,713 5,208,232
Massachusetts (MA) $825 $929 $1,124 $1,364 $1,535 6,349,097
Michigan (MI) $480 $537 $650 $840 $922 9,938,444
Minnesota (MN) $457 $526 $655 $843 $952 4,919,479
Mississippi (MS) $455 $508 $596 $766 $859 2,844,658
Missouri (MO) $418 $460 $574 $754 $847 5,593,887
Montana (MT) $444 $493 $611 $817 $910 902,195
Nebraska (NE) $437 $466 $573 $737 $814 1,711,263
Nevada (NV) $578 $674 $842 $1,144 $1,298 1,998,257
New Hampshire (NH) $641 $740 $926 $1,218 $1,391 1,235,786
New Jersey (NJ) $923 $1,034 $1,217 $1,503 $1,698 8,414,350
New Mexico (NM) $462 $512 $612 $821 $951 1,819,046
New York (NY) $716 $756 $898 $1,126 $1,261 18,976,457
North Carolina (NC) $505 $570 $666 $866 $975 8,049,313
North Dakota (ND) $395 $439 $539 $737 $837 642,200
Ohio (OH) $464 $524 $642 $825 $903 11,353,140
Oklahoma (OK) $436 $478 $582 $774 $844 3,450,654
Oregon (OR) $492 $575 $704 $997 $1,132 3,421,399
Pennsylvania (PA) $516 $584 $697 $882 $976 12,281,054
Puerto Rico (PR) $398 $431 $480 $639 $748 3,808,610
Rhode Island (RI) $751 $850 $987 $1,195 $1,487 1,048,319
South Carolina (SC) $504 $552 $636 $805 $903 4,012,012
South Dakota (SD) $389 $428 $554 $732 $821 754,844
Tennessee (TN) $456 $505 $609 $793 $868 5,689,283
Texas (TX) $500 $543 $655 $866 $981 20,851,820
Utah (UT) $533 $582 $692 $946 $1,123 2,233,169
Vermont (VT) $606 $705 $854 $1,114 $1,297 608,827
Virgin Islands (VI) $630 $724 $916 $1,138 $1,219 108,612
Virginia (VA) $626 $693 $808 $1,061 $1,264 7,074,226
Washington (WA) $526 $601 $750 $1,049 $1,186 5,894,121
West Virginia (WV) $433 $488 $584 $752 $848 1,808,344
Wisconsin (WI) $465 $529 $654 $851 $930 5,363,675
Wyoming (WY) $525 $571 $692 $914 $1,084 493,782
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