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A running list of the cost to rent an apartment in Greater Boston cities

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The fastest-growing rents can be found in Medford, according to a report a real estate search site released Tuesday, with the median cost of a one-bedroom jumping 15.3 percent year over year in September to $2,180.

Revere logged the second-biggest jump (12.7 percent), and Malden the third (12.1), according to Zumper. Despite those increases, Cambridge, Boston, and Brookline, in that order, remain the most expensive cities for renters. The least costly were Fall River, Brockton, and Worcester.

The median rent for a one-bedroom unit in Massachusetts was $1,962 in September.

Here’s how several cities stacked up for the cost of renting a one-bedroom apartment and the percentage change year over year:

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