March 20, 2007 13:25 ET

Los Angeles Apartments & Rentals Rent Survey: Hollywood & Melrose Area February 2007

This Survey Report Contains Statistical and Sample Vacancy and Rental Housing Market Information for Los Angeles Rentals, Including Los Angeles Apartments, Los Angeles Condos, Los Angeles Guest Houses and Los Angeles Homes for Rent. Specific Areas Covered in This Survey Include Hollywood Hills, Melrose, Beverly Hills Adj, Hollywood, and West Hollywood

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For February 2007, the average listed rent price of all listed rentals in these areas was $1,937.95, representing a 4.0% decrease in rent prices over two months ago. This was a general price decrease across all rental types, with about 20% of listings in the Hollywood/Melrose region being houses, duplexes, or triplexes, as opposed to apartments, condos, or townhouses. This ratio of houses to apartments was relatively unchanged over two months ago, when approximately 19% of listings in these areas were listed as houses, etc.

There was a shift toward more multi-bedroom houses and apartments listed for rent. Two months ago, approximately 39% of listings in the Hollywood/Melrose region had two or more bedrooms. For February 2007, that percentage has increased to approximately 42%.

The largest rent decreases occurred in Hollywood, where the total decrease was 19.5% and Hollywood Hills, where the total decrease was 3.9%.

Rent prices increased in Melrose by 7.3% and West Hollywood by 5.5%. Rent prices were also up in Beverly Hills Adj (up 1.4%).

This data is based on the listings at, which are based entirely on the information provided by landlords who choose to list their vacancies on the service. believes that the search for housing is a very personalized process. The best way for an individual to get educated on current market trends is to see the market in action. Register today to receive Free Listings in your email.

Additional information from this rent survey, including high-resolution charts and detailed reports for each area in this region, can be found at All current and historical rent surveys can be found at

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