As self storage is a seasonal industry, the rates you're seeing now may be very different from those on the same unit at the same facility a few months down the road. The period between April and September is typically considered the high season for storage, while prices are lower the rest of the year, notably through October and March. Sometimes called 'National Moving Day' or 'Crazy Tuesday', the day following Memorial Day is typically the busiest for storage businesses and the highest point of the high season. In addition to families moving between homes, college students renting storage for the summer also contribute to demand during the high season, particularly in college towns.
There's not as much of a difference between prices during the high and low seasons in Jefferson City as there is in other cities, meaning seasonality is less of a concern here. However, even though prices are less likely to change dramatically in Jefferson City, locking in a rate for your entire stay often allows you to bargain the total price down. With its average price of $45.99, January is the cheapest month to book storage in Jefferson City. With an average price of $133.99, June is the most expensive month to rent storage in Jefferson City.
Finding the best price on a storage unit in Jefferson City can be tough if you don't know what a good price is. After all, storage prices can vary widely from place to place, so the only comparison you can make is with other facilities in the area. In order to prevent you from going into your storage search unprepared, we here at SelfStorage.com have prepared the numbers you need to know.
Expect to pay an average of $45.99 a month for a storage unit in Jefferson City. That's $551.88 a year, for those of you whose storage needs are of a lengthier nature. That average doesn't discriminate by size, so it shouldn't be taken as an extremely accurate figure. The actual price will largely depend upon the size of unit you're looking for. In Jefferson City you'll have the option of booking six standard storage unit sizes, such as 5x5, 5x10, 10x10, By size, the average prices in Jefferson City are:
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Sometimes storage prices in the next town or suburb over are significantly cheaper than those in your immediate area. One of the best pieces of advice we can give customers looking for the cheapest storage in their area is to expand the breadth of their search. The sum you'll save each month could totally be worth the extra drive, especially if you'll only need to visit your unit on the rare occasion. That being said, if we can determine that self-storage (which also goes by mini storage and public storage) prices are lower in Jefferson City than in other nearby cities, we can make it easier for you to decide whether or not to take the time on a wider search.
With its average price of $45.99 a month for a unit, Jefferson City is the 28th most expensive city for self-storage in the state of Missouri, which itself is the 32nd most-expensive state for storage. When searching for storage in Jefferson City, expect to pay $17.31 less than Missouri's average price of $63.3.
But average prices don't necessarily tell you how affordable storage is in a given city, as money goes further in some states than it does in others. We use our 'relative price' scale to calculate the relative affordability of storage in a given area using the state median income. In Missouri, the median income is $46,518.00 a year, which would make the average $45.99 unit in Jefferson City cost 1.19% of a median earner's monthly income. As a percentage of income this is actually a very cheap price to pay for a storage unit. Indeed, when compared to other cities in Missouri, the relative price of storage in Jefferson City ranks at the 25th percentile.
The same holds true on a national scale, where storage in Jefferson City is comparatively very cheap, ranking at the 25th percentile among cities nationwide. Nationwide, storage costs an average $72.15 a month. Expect to pay about $26.16 less than that for self storage in Jefferson City.
A greater number of storage facilities equates to more available storage space, so the number of facilities operating in your city will be one of the most important factors in your storage search. How many facilties are operating in Jefferson City?
According to our estimates, there are approximately 14 storage businesses operating facilities in Jefferson City. Jefferson City's 14 facilities make it one of the larger cities for storage in Missouri: the state average is 7 facilities per city, 7 less than what's available in Jefferson City. Jefferson City also boasts the 5th highest count of storage facilities out of all 37 cities in Missouri, making up 5.31% of the state's facility count. But what about on a national scale? Even then, Jefferson City has more storage facilities than the average city, 5 more than the average 9, to be exact.
Since, however, there are huge disparities in population between Jefferson City and other cities in Missouri, comparing the number of storage businesses in each tells us very little. How, then, does Jefferson City with its 41,297 people compare to cities of a like size? The average number of facilities listed on our storage network in cities with populations of 25,000 to 50,000 is 7. As Jefferson City's facility count beats that by 7, we can establish that Jefferson City has a bit more storage space than average for a city its size. We've further supported Jefferson City's relative surplus of storage space by examining its per capita count of facilities. In terms of self-storage facilities per capita, Jefferson City ranks in the 65th percentile nationwide, meaning that it has a moderately-high amount of storage space for its 41,297 residents. How does Jefferson City compare to its neighbors in Missouri? It seems that even compared to other cities in Missouri, Jefferson City still has a large amount of storage space on offer for its population, as it sits in the 69th percentile for facilities per capita.
Our discussion of facilities per capita can't be completed without mentioning Jefferson City's modest population growth from 2000-2010, a period over which it took on 1.7% more people. That's a 5.3%-lower growth rate than Missouri, which grew by 7%, saw as a whole. With less demand for storage generated by fewer incoming inhabitants and a high amount of storage businesses per capita, Jefferson City would seem to be a great place to be searching for storage.
Jefferson City self storage typically costs between $39.98 and $94.98 a month. Storage is currently in stock.
If you’re considering buying/selling a home instead of renting, it’s crucial to find a storage unit that will last you through the purchase or sale process. Especially when, according to Zillow, the average price of a home in Jefferson City is $129,000.