Houses for Rent in Detroit, MI (131)

       
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1 Bed/1 Bath - House for Rent - $1544

1145 Griswold St

Detroit, MI 48226
$1,359 - $1,694/mo

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Studio Unit/1 Bath - House for Rent - $1483

1249 Griswold Street

Detroit, MI 48226
$1,520 - $2,195/mo

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3 Bed/1 Bath - House for Rent - $975

4587 Marseilles St.

Detroit, MI 48224
$975/mo

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3 Bed/1 Bath House for Rent $695

15044 Quincy

Detroit, MI 48238
$695/mo

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3 Bed/1 Bath House for Rent $725

12619 Duchess

Detroit, MI 48224
$725/mo

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3 Bed/1 Bath House for Rent $775

18227 Birwood

Detroit, MI 48221
$775/mo

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3 Bed/1 Bath House for Rent $795

15025 Whitcomb

Detroit, MI 48227
$795/mo

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2 Bed/1 Bath House for Rent $775

8864 Northlawn

Detroit, MI 48204
$775/mo

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3 Bed/1 Bath House for Rent $700

20047 Indiana

Detroit, MI 48221
$700/mo

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3 Bed/2 Bath House for Rent $895

7451 Dacosta

Detroit, MI 48239
$895/mo

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Detroit is a city with a reputation as a dangerous place, but while it is important to understand that that reputation does have some basis in fact, you will find that it is still a city where you can live, safely raise a family and be happy. If you are thinking about moving to Detroit on your own or if you have a job offer there, one of the best things that you can do is to learn more about the city and to find a rental situation that really suits you. Many people love Detroit and want to stay their whole lives, while others live there happily for a space of years before moving on. If you are curious about the idea of moving to Detroit, there are a few pieces of information to keep in mind.

Like any city, Detroit has safe and unsafe neighborhoods. If you want to be at the heart of the city and if you want an entertaining place to live, take a moment to consider moving to the downtown area. Many people feel that the downtown area is the first but far from the last place where the city is experiencing a renaissance. Downtown, however, is also very crowded and quite full of traffic. Detroit is not a place where you can get by without a car, so be ready to deal with parking issues if you plan to live in the area. If want to live in a neighborhood that is both safe and relatively traditional in architecture, think about moving to Troy, which is technically considered a suburb. This area is known for good schools, and renting a house places you in a great location to start a family.

If you are thinking about moving to Detroit and choosing a great rental property, you must do your research. It is worth your trouble to check out the crime rates in different neighborhoods and to go visit the neighborhood itself before you commit. The more information that you have, the more effective your decision making process will be. Many people find that they have deep preferences for the suburbs or the metro area, and the neighborhood shift can be very fast. This is something that you must account for before you move. If you are staying at a hotel, talk to the clerks at the front desk to find out more about the area that you are staying in. This can help you decide where you want to go, and it can also help you direct your search.

Consider what your options are when you are thinking about renting a house in Detroit. There are some great areas here that are going to be perfect for you if you only know where to look!