Hi there, funny you should ask, I just finished preparing a pricing analysis for someone who will soon list a condo for rent. You should approach your evaluation in exactly the same way you would a pricing analysis for a purchase...based on comparable closed transactions.
Your agent can help with this. One thing to keep your eye on is the commission - generally here in NJ it is equal to one month's rent and is usually split between the listing agent and the renting agent. The listing should specify who pays, ie, tenant, landlord or a split between the two. If tenant and/or split, you may be able to negotiate further if your lease is otherwise strong.
Good luck to you,
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