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Rents decline across New Mexico except in Albuquerque, Hobbs, Silver City

Albuquerque is still showing a strong 4% growth through July.

By Stephanie Guzman
Albuquerque Business First

Rents in several New Mexico markets decreased over 12 months, according to a Zillow survey that compared median rental rates from May of 2014 to May of 2015.

Cities such as Santa Fe, Farmington, Las Cruces and Rio Rancho saw a decrease in rent, though some of those cities only saw monthly rent rates decrease by less than $50.

Taos County experienced the biggest drop in rent, from $1,250 per month to $1,134 per month.

Albuquerque saw a 4.7 percent growth in median rental rates, from about $1,143 to $1,197 per month. The Duke City was in line with the national average, which saw a 4.3 percent year-over-year increase across the U.S. The Zillow Rent Index listed the average median rent in the U.S. was $1,367 in May.

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Posted by: Blair Hart on July 31, 2015
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