By Nadia Noir
We already know the stats: Los Angeles is one the most expensive cities to rent in, blah blah blah.
It’s honestly starting to get depressing, but since we love to start the weekend with a little curb appeal catharsis, here’s the Top 10 Most Expensive Cities in Los Angeles to Rent In.
Unless you managed to get in during rent control, in which case, you are our heroes.
10. Hermosa Beach–average rent is $4, 275
9. Santa Monica–average rent is $4,311
8. San Marino–average rent is $4, 480
7. Palos Verdes Peninsula--average rent is $4,535
6. Manhattan Beach–average rent is $5,543
5. Palos Verdes Estates–average rent is $5,564
4. Malibu--average rent is $7,160
3. Rolling Hills–average rent is $8,194
2. Beverly Hills--average rent is $9,043
1. Hidden Hills–average rent is $9,204