Are you affected by rising rents in Alaska? We want to hear from you.

Rents across Alaska have jumped significantly. In Anchorage, a two-bedroom apartment now runs about $1500 per month — up 5% from the previous year, according to a recent state report.

Experts say the state’s rising rents are causing strain on multiple levels — both for people trying to find a place to live and the broader economy.

[Alaska rents just saw their highest increase in over a decade]

The Daily News wants to hear from Alaska readers affected by rising rents to inform future reporting. Have you looked for a home or apartment to rent over the past year? Tell us about your experience in the form below: