Humboldt County, CA

2024 Fair Market Rents

Tags: 2024 40th percentile California

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The top four largest cities in Humboldt County are Eureka, Mckinleyville, Arcata, and Fortuna. Fair Market Rents on this page may apply depending on whether the county uses SAFMRs or county level FMRs. Cities in multiple SAFMR areas will have different SAFMRS based on ZIP code.

What type of FMR does Humboldt County use?

No Small Area Fair Market Rents were created by the HUD for this county/Metro FMR Area therefore Humboldt County uses 40th percentile Fair Market Rents.

To learn more about the criteria the HUD uses to determine if a Metro FMR Area requires Small Area Fair Market Rents click here.

How does Humboldt County compare?

Humboldt County ($1,352) has a 27.5% lower FMR for 2-Bedroom housing than the average of California ($1,864) and therefore has a lower gross rent.

Humboldt County is rank 40th out of 58 counties. This means the FMRs, or in other words, the gross rent is lower than 39 other counties. Humboldt County is the 19th cheapest county in terms of FMRs.

Rent Tables Humboldt County, CA

Fair Market Rent (40th Percentile)


Median Rent (50th Percentile)


Fair Market Rents on this page apply to the following cities in Humboldt County, California: Eureka, Mckinleyville, Arcata, Fortuna, Ferndale, Rio Dell, Trinidad, Hoopa, Bayside, Redway, Garberville, Blue Lake, Willow Creek, Loleta, Hydesville, Scotia, Carlotta, Whitethorn, Kneeland, and Miranda.

These Fair Market Rents also apply to the following ZIP codes in Humboldt County, California: 95503, 95501, 95519, 95521, 95540, 95502, 95536, 95562, 95570, 95546, 95524, 95560, 95542, 95525, 95518, 95573, 95551, 95547, 95565, and 95528.

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Fair Market Rents are published by the Department of Housing And Urban Development.