The table below [click Wolf's blog and scroll to the bottom] shows Zumper’s list of the 100 most expensive major rental markets in the US, in order of median asking rent for 1-BR apartments in July, and percentage changes from a year ago (use the browser search box to find a city):
Estera Racatean at RENTCafé posted (26 October 2017) several charts, a dynamic table, and commentary regarding rent in the Top 30 Magnetic Cities, which includes some interesting places such as Vienna, Berlin, Amsterdam, and Copenhagen.
If you want to go a bit deeper in the U.S. market, then reference the August 2018 post by Wolf Street titled "Update on the Rental Bubbles & Crashes in US Cities." Below is a list of the 17 most expensive cities.
And, if you want to see Zumper's list of the 100 Most Expensive Major Rental Markets in the U.S....
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