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Apartments for Rent in Texas

Texas is in the South Central region and is home to 28.7 million people. It's the second largest state in the U.S. and is known for its diverse landscapes. The capital is Austin and the largest cities are Houston and San Antonio.

Average Monthly Rent Statewide in Texas

Studio 1-Bedroom 2-Bedroom
$1089 $1132 $1448

Average Monthly Rent in Austin

Studio 1-Bedroom 2-Bedroom
$1113 $1314 $1705

Average Monthly Rent in Houston

Studio 1-Bedroom 2-Bedroom
$1228 $1245 $1676

Average Monthly Rent in San Antonio

Studio 1-Bedroom 2-Bedroom
$867 $944 $1220

Living in Texas

Everything is bigger in Texas. Austin, Texas is home to big music with more music venues per capita than any other city across the nation. Along 6th Street, you'll find bars, clubs, art galleries and cafes where live music is regularly featured in every genre you can imagine. Austin also hosts popular music festivals, such as South by Southwest (SXSW), Austin City Limits Music Festival and many others.


There's more to enjoy in Austin than music, though. With more than 250 parks, preserves and greenbelts in Austin, you'll have easy access to greenspace for walks, picnics, tennis matches and more. The University of Texas at Austin adds a feeling of livelihood and a youthful spirit that Austinites find very appealing.

Houston and the Texas Beaches

If you're more interested in living close to beaches, head southwest to Houston, where you'll find Texas apartments within an hour's drive to beaches such as Galveston Beach. Houston is also home to the Johnson Space Center, The University of Houston and a great museum district.

San Antonio:From the River Walk to the Spurs

You'll see that San Antonio also has a lot to offer, including the Paseo del Rio (the San Antonio River Walk), numerous theme parks and charming neighborhoods that not only attract visitors, but keep long-time residents in the area. The city is perhaps most known for its Tejano culture, the historic Alamo and the 16-time NBA Champions, the San Antonio Spurs. San Antonio also boasts a cost of living that's significantly lower than the national average. As a result, San Antonio apartments are available across a wide range of price points.


Dallas has more than a million residents and there are plenty of options for work and play. Whether you're looking for a night on the town, a variety of restaurant options or something fun for your kids to do, you can find all these things and more in Dallas. From the inexpensive to the luxurious, you can find just the right home for your taste and budget in Texas cities like Austin, Houston, Dallas and San Antonio, as well as in smaller cities throughout the state.