They found that the most exclusive ZIP codes are equally divided between Charlotte and The Triangle region.
These are the 10 most expensive ZIP codes for renters in North Carolina:
- Charlotte opens the top forcefully with ZIP code 28202, with an average rent of $1,797. This means that in order to live in the Fourth Ward area, you’d have to add around $500 to the average city rent.
- 4 other ZIP codes from Charlotte populate the top 10 premier areas of North Carolina, among which ZIP code 28203 occupies the second place with an average rent of $1,622.
- Raleigh also snatches 2 spots in this list, the sixth and ninth place thanks to ZIP codes 27605 and 27608, with average rents of $1,479 and $1,372, respectively.
- The highest annual increase in the list is seen in Chapel Hill’s ZIP code 27516, where rents went up 4.7% reaching an average of $1,497.
You can check out the average rent in other ZIP codes throughout the U.S. on the full report here.