Rentals in Austin, TX (1234)

       
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1302 Woodlawn Boulevard

1302 Woodlawn Boulevard #208

Austin, TX 78703
$1,495/mo

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3604 Alta Court

3604 Alta Court

Austin, TX 78731
$4,895/mo

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7945 Gault Street

7945 Gault Street

Austin, TX 78757
$1,095/mo

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12021 Buzz Schneider

12021 Buzz Schneider

Austin, TX 78748
$1,900/mo

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8200 Neely Drive #139

8200 Neely Drive #139 #139

Austin, TX 78759
$1,395/mo

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1811 Pompton Drive

1811 Pompton Drive

Austin, TX 78757
$2,650/mo

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1907 Holly Street

1907 Holly Street

Austin, TX 78702
$5,500/mo

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500 East Riverside Drive

500 East Riverside Drive #254

Austin, TX 78704
$1,625/mo

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2904 South 5th Street

2904 South 5th Street #B

Austin, TX 78704
$3,500/mo

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2317 E 11th

2317 E 11th

Austin, TX 78721
$3,000/mo

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The capital city of Austin, TX features neighborhoods as diverse as its population. Whether newcomers are looking for a pet friendly sprawling ranch in the suburbs, or a furnished apartment in the center of the city, Austin offers all types of rental properties in a variety of price ranges. Affordable housing plays a key role in the excellent quality of life offered in the big city.

While some popular Austin neighborhoods may be suited for families, professionals, or musicians, they all seem to reflect their own personality. To get a general idea of the layout of the city's neighborhoods, start downtown with Town Lake. The lake serves to divide the city into a south and north section.

Some of the most expensive housing is located in the western hills and lake regions of the city. Residents in western Austin enjoy scenic views in quiet neighborhoods. West neighborhoods begin near Rollingwood and West Lake Hills west of the MoPac Expressway, and stretch all the way west to Lake Travis. Lake rentals including condos and townhouses are available along with all types of houses.

For those looking for a trendy place to live, check out areas near Austin's music venues. A variety of housing is available, but lofts are popular in Downtown, the Warehouse District, and the Red River District. As traffic can be a problem in Austin, many residents working in the industry prefer to live close to hotspots for the arts. The same holds true for government workers who want to live Downtown close to government offices.

With the University of Texas located in the central area, a wide range of apartments, duplexes and townhouses are available. Students who choose to rent a room off campus can access the University's extensive shuttle system to commute to most parts of the city. For those looking for subsidies, neighborhoods east of Interstate 35 are more likely to offer and qualified Section 8 housing.

For the most part, north Austin has an urban feel hosting big employers like IBM, Texas Instruments, and Dell. In contrast, the neighborhoods south of downtown tend to feel more like a collection of small towns with a laid back attitude. The SoCo District south of Congress Avenue is known for its trendy bars and good food.
Some of the popular neighborhoods scattered throughout Austin include Pershing, City Center, Onion Creek, Eubank Acres, McNeil, Vinson, Barton Creek, Sunset Valley, Hays, Lost Creek.

In addition to affordable housing, and diverse communities, Austin offers many things to do. From grocery stores to outdoor parks, people enjoy listening to live music—a part of Austin's heritage. It's easy to find great food and great music in Austin.

Residents also enjoy the outdoors at places like downtown's popular Zilker Metropolitan Park, one of several recreation areas and lakes in the city. Boating, swimming, and skiing are popular year-round activities.

Known as a progressive scenic city, Austin offers a great place to live. Affordable housing rentals enhance the appeal of the city.