PARK SLOPE — It's getting slightly cheaper to rent in Park Slope.
The neighborhood's overall rent prices dipped 1.17 percent between September and October, with the average price for a studio dropping by 3.5 percent to $2,011, according to the latest data from real estate firm MNS.
The average rent for a one-bedroom in Park Slope was $2,534 in October, and the average price for a two-bedroom was $3,313, according to MNS.
Overall rent prices across Brooklyn dropped by .92 percent to $2,718 between September and October.
Prices have dropped in the past year in Clinton Hill, Cobble Hill, DUMBO, Boerum Hill and Bay Ridge. By contrast, Williamsburg has seen a 10.49 percent increase. Rents are also up compared to last year in Greenpoint, Bushwick, Bed-Stuy, Crown Heights and Prospect-Lefferts Gardens.
Brooklyn remains a relative bargain compared to Manhattan, where the average rental price was $3,896 in October, according to MNS.