Data

Find out what the numbers tell us about Seattle and the Pacific Northwest. The Seattle Times' FYI Guy, Gene Balk, and other contributors comb data sets to look at the numbers behind news topics -- especially those that offer insight into the quality of life and cost of living in the Seattle area.


Seattle rents now rank among top 5 most expensive in U.S.; Tacoma joins $1,000 club

The Harvard House (foreground) is much older and better priced than its newer neighbor.  Older apartment buildings in Seattle typically are more spacious and rent for less than their newer counterparts.  Photographed Thursday, February 25, 2016.

Seattle leapfrogged Washington, D.C., to become one of the most expensive cities in the country for renters, according to new census data.

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