Apartments for rent in North Dakota

Why live in North Dakota? North Dakota is a quiet, unspoiled state ready to be discovered. In a country where the growing population crowds cities at a very fast rate, North Dakota remains the 3rd least populated states in the US. Enjoy the vast space, get to know your neighbors, and get in touch with your inner pioneer. Rent an apartment in North Dakota and enjoy the beautiful, hilly plains of the upper Midwest.

Despite an international financial crisis, the economy in North Dakota is looking bright. An oil boom, high farm commodity prices, and strong growth in exports are some reasons why North Dakota is among the most financially stable states in the nation. Rent an apartment in North Dakota, where currently unemployment in the state is the lowest in the nation at 4.4 percent, less than half the national average.

How would you like to rent a North Dakota apartment in Downtown Fargo near Fargo's theater district? The 1926 art deco Fargo Theatre is a vintage movie palace with a vaudeville stage. The Fargo-Moorhead Community Theatre has a 344-seat stage featuring seven shows per year. And, the Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra presents five big concerts, a series of Pizza-Pop concerts, youth and family concerts and a summer concert in Trollwood Park. Venture outside of Fargo for comedy shows at the Harwood Prairie Playhouse, which often features work by local playwrights.

If you crave the outdoors, North Dakota is a great place to rent an apartment. Explore bike trails, visit the Dakota Zoo, or enjoy the many golf courses. If you like sports, you'll enjoy living in Bismarck, home of the Bizmarck Bobcats Ice Hockey team. Bismarck also features river cruises on mighty Missouri River where the historic Port of Bismarck continues the proud tradition of the great river steamers that have traveled to the trading posts of the great northwest since the 1830s.

Many college students enjoy renting an apartment in North Dakota where you they live near some of the best colleges in the area. Minot State University, Valley City University, and Dickinson State University are considered some of the nicest and most affordable schools in the state.

North Dakota also features a number of pet-friendly apartments and many inexpensive rentals for college students, senior citizens, and families. Browse the wide variety of affordable apartment rentals in North Dakota.