Rental Properties in Houston, TX (381)

       
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1 Bed/1 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $1150

2208 Morse

Houston, TX 77019
$1,150/mo

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2 Bed/2 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $1795

2701 Helena

Houston, TX 77006
$1,695 - $1,795/mo

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1 Bed/1 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $1095

1602 Lee St.

Houston, TX 77009
$1,095/mo

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1 Bed/1 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $825

8723 ILONA LN

Houston, TX 77025
$825/mo

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1 Bed/1 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $1125

2322 Richton St

Houston, TX 77098
$1,125 - $1,450/mo

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1 Bed/1 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $895

4207 Mt. Vernon

Houston, TX 77006
$895/mo

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2 Bed/2 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $1145

11240 Perry Road

Houston, TX 77064
$1,025 - $1,145/mo

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2 Bed/1 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $1095

4714 Oakshire Dr

Houston, TX 77027
$1,095/mo

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4 Bed/2 Bath - House for Rent - $1500

14914 Walters Rd.

Houston, TX 77068
$1,500/mo

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1 Bed/1 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $845

1930 W. Dallas St

Houston, TX 77019
$845/mo

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Renting in Houston
When it comes to the big city experience, you will find that it doesn't get much bigger than Houston. Houston is the fourth-largest city in the United States, and if you want all the convenience of a major urban center in the center of some of the most beautiful landscapes in the United States, Houston is a perfect choice. Whether you are confirmed renter or you are simply looking to rent until you can buy, it is worth learning more about the rental options and the neighborhoods that you can enjoy in the Houston area.

When you are thinking about where to live in Houston, one of the first places that comes to mind is the downtown area. The downtown area is incredibly busy, bustling and crowded, and you will discover that there is a huge range of diversity when it comes to housing. Renting is more common than buying in this area, and you will have your choice of apartments, condos and townhouses. This area is perfect for anyone who is working in the busy business heart of Houston, but it might be a little too fast-paced for someone who is more interested in a laid-back lifestyle.

If you are looking for an area that is quieter, wonderfully diverse and very active, you will find that Montrose might be a good fit for you. Montrose is an older neighborhood, and despite its quieter reputation, it is still quite dense. It is an area that attracts young professionals, graduate students and artists, and you will find that can be a great place to stay for a few years or to put down some serious roots.

Living in Houston almost always requires a car, but you can also get around easily using the METRORail. If you want to easily accss the METRORail, consider livng in Midtown. This is a major residential area that is more friendly to pedestrians than other areas of the city, though Houston's blistering climates should still be kept in mind. You will find that it is easy to get downtown from Midtown, which makes it perfect for anyone who needs to work in the downtown area, but does not wish to live in it.

When you decide to live in Houston, you will find that you are in a place that has both culture and history. Before you make the commitment, however, think about what kind of rental property you are interested in. Mobile homes are only common further away from the center of the city, but they are available, as is Section 8 housing. Do you need a place that is furnished, or do you need an apartment that allows you to have pets? These are all important considerations for you to make.

Getting a home and getting settled are two things that can make a huge difference to you and the way that you live. Houston is a city that has plenty to offer both renters and home owners, but no matter what you are trying to do, it is essential for you to find a place that really suits the person you are.