By Catherine Reagor and Perry Vandell | The
Living in a Glendale apartment just got pricier. Rents in the West Valley city are climbing faster than anywhere else in the U.S., according to new research.
The average cost to lease an apartment in Glendale jumped 11.5 percent in April, reports national real-estate research firm ABODO.
New Orleans ranked second for the biggest rent increase, with an 8.1 percent uptick.
Metro Phoenix had 4th-highest rise in rental rates in U.S.
Why the big increase in metro Phoenix’s biggest west-side suburb now?