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Rents are going to rise the fastest in these 10 US cities

The tech boom has been pushing up rental prices in the US.And it shows no signs of abating, with rents in the West's tech hubs expected to be some of the fastest growing across the nation over 2017, according to Zillow's latest forecast. Millennials are drawn to cities such as Seattle and San Francisco because of job opportunities and high pay, though rental supply remains limited and continues to drive up costs.
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