Apartment Rent & Vacancy

  1. Average Rent in Counties
  2. Average Rent by Bedrooms
  3. Vacancy Rate in Counties
  4. Vacancy Rate by Bedrooms
SourceUniversity of Washington: Runstad Center for Real Estate Studies
Data TableApartment Rent and Vacancy
ExplanationAverage Rent
The average rent for an apartment in Thurston County in 2019  was $1,205 - about the same as the previous year ($1,208) when adjusted for inflation.  The average rent for a one-bedroom apartment was $1,059 while a two-bedroom apartment was $1,134.

Vacancy Rate
After converging in 2018, the vacancy rate for apartments in Pierce, Thurston, and King diverged once more.  Of the three counties, Thurston County had the lowest apartment vacancy rate (4.0%).  This indicates a limited supply of housing continues to exist.

NOTE: Because of a change of methodology, 2018 and 2019 data is not directly comparable to data from previous years. For more information, read the "Data and Methods" section on the original report
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