Demand is pushing rents upward in Texas, and renters in Dallas are feeling the burn in their wallets. According to a recent analysis from ApartmentList, Dallas is the most expensive metro area in Texas for renters, with the median price for a two-bedroom apartment clocking in at $1,560 per month. That’s $90 higher than Austin, which is often decried for its astronomical real estate prices, though the state capital saw a 7.8 percent year-over-year increase in rent prices. Rents are up 4.8 percent for Dallas year-over-year, while Plano has seen a 5.9 percent year-over-year increase in rents — the second highest in the state. Look for that number to inch skyward as more luxury multifamily developments come online in Plano and along the northern corridors of Dallas.