Bay Area rents continued to drop in June, according to rental listing site Zumper.
San Francisco still had the highest median rent for a one-bedroom home, though it dropped 2.4% to $3,280. Median rent for a two-bedroom home in the city fell 1.8% to $4,340, according to Zumper.
Year-over-year, the one-bedroom median rent has dropped 11.8%, the largest drop recorded in San Francisco, Zumper said.
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Mountain View had the second-highest one-bedroom median rent at $2,930.
San Jose's one-bedroom median rent fell 5% month over month to $2,300, representing a tie with Redwood City, Menlo Park, South San Francisco and Emeryville for the largest percentage drop in the Bay Area.
Oakland's one-bedroom median fell 2.1% to $2,300, Zumper said.
The median rent for a one-bedroom across California was $1,763 last month.