Pop quiz: On average, where in the United States will you find the highest rent prices for small apartments? Hint: It’s not New York, Los Angeles, Chicago or San Francisco.
If you have the flexibility to make a strategic decision about the time of year to search, choosing the right month could save you a few headaches and even a few dollars. Though the ideal time to rent an apartment varies according to a number of factors, here are a few details to consider.
Curious about which Atlanta neighborhoods will cost you the most or least to live? We used our data to determine the priciest and cheapest Atlanta neighborhoods by average rent.
Our data shows new renters are rolling into the smoking hot states of Colorado and Washington. Why? We have our theories ... but for now, let's just say those renters are living the high life.
In previous articles, we’ve highlighted findings about the highest rent in the nation and the most expensive square feet by metro, among other discoveries in our data. This time, we thought we might check out the words used in apartment names. In looking at the thousands of listings on Apartment Guide, we discovered the most popular words of all which are used apartment names. Can you guess them?
Looking for an apartment in one of these metros? Good luck – you’re going to need it. Apartment Guide has identified the top metro areas with the highest rental occupancy rates, meaning these apartments get snatched up in a hurry. So if you’re in the rental market in one of these areas, you’d better act fast. Read on to find out where renting is all the rage.
Most people in the United States own their homes. But there are few areas in which renting is king: The areas where residents embrace the freedom from mortgage payments and yardwork, where they can pick up and move easily, and they don’t have to come up with a down payment.
Apartment Guide researched the best public schools in Dallas-Fort Worth and identified the cheapest neighborhoods and apartment communities near them.