These Bay Area cities saw the biggest rental price spikes over the past 2 years — and they’re not San Francisco

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San Francisco may have the most expensive rents nationwide, but some of its fellow Bay Area cities are closing the gap. Both East Bay and Peninsula cities experienced rents on the ups as new waves of residents and housing inventory came to town. Across the bay in Oakland, a population spike — nearly 28,000 people between 2010 and 2017, according to U.S. Census data — among other factors, has pushed the city's median rent up nearly 30 percent for a 1-bedrooms in the past two years, Zillow estimates...

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