Apartments for rent in Dallas, TX

4210 Fairmount St, Dallas, TX 75219 Beds: 0-2  Baths: 1-2 Come live life as it was intended. Looking for that perfect space…

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2900 Canton St, Dallas, TX 75201 Beds: 0-2 Baths: 2-2 You came here to get more out of your living experience. That…

2320 N Houston St, Dallas, TX 75219  Beds: 0-3 Baths: 1-2 You deserve the high life. Skyhouse Dallas will offer you just…

8025 Forest Lane, Dallas, TX 75243 Beds: 0-2 Baths: 1-2 North Dallas hasn’t seen a luxury apartment that has set a new…

1900 Hi Line Dr, Dallas, TX 75207 Beds: 0-2 Baths: 1-2 Located in the Design District, Bell Design District apartment homes are…

8169 Midtown BlvdDallas, TX 75231 Centered in one of the most desirable sections of Dallas,  and close to where you want to be, Domain…

With just 57 apartment homes on-site, residents are located in the much sough after Highland Park area. Luxury townhomes with your own 2 car garage, stunning granite counters, stainless steel appliances, solid oak floors and stand alon showers, are all apart what is offered here in Highland Park.

Renters will be in close proximity to all the major shopping and entertainment destinations that Dallas has to offer. And with a variety of roads and highways in close proximity, renters will be able to get where they need to go fast.

4001 Ross Ave, Dallas, TX 75204 Beds: 0-2 Baths: 1-2 Renter don’t have to sacrifice luxury or location when they choose to…

8275 Walnut Hill Ln, Dallas, TX 75231 Beds: 0-2  Baths: 1-2 Get a true lavish life out at Modena.  A modern community…

1900 McKinney Avenue Dallas TX 75201 Beds: 1-2 Baths: 1-2 1900 McKinney apartments are one of Uptowns most recognizable luxury residence. Nothing…

320 Singleton Blvd, Dallas, TX 75212  Beds: 1-2 Baths: 1-2 Isn’t it about time you treated yourself to something special? Our luxury…

Finding 1 bedroom accommodations in East Dallas, TX is not the problem, but finding them at a reasonable price can be. There are…

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2223 Hawes Ave, Dallas, TX 75235   Beds: 1-3 Baths: 1-2 You get more than a standard apartment homes at Jefferson Mockingbird. Everything…

835 S Good Latimer Expressway, Dallas, TX 75226 Beds: 0-2 Baths: 1-2 Ready for a community that has ever detailed has been planned…

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4210 Fairmount Street  Dallas, TX 75219 Beds: 0-2  Baths: 1-2 Apartment living will never be the same. If you haven’t rented an…

Living in Dallas, TX

Dallas, TX continues to experience apartment rental growth market over 4%. The average occupancy for communities comes just under 92%. Apartment prices are always changing and average rent is above $1000 per month. ApartmentData is reporting that the area has experienced the 7th majority of growth in 3 key cities. These submarkets include Frisco, Lewisville, and Plano.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What does it cost to rent a 1 Bedroom Apartment in Dallas

It will cost around $1027 for a  1 bedroom in Dallas

What is the current price  for a 2 Bedroom Apartment in Dallas

The average price for a 2 bedroom in Dallas is $1145

What Elementary Schools are near Dallas, TX

  • Lakewood Elementary School
  • Mockingbird Elementary School

What Middle Schools are near Dallas, TX

  • Dallas Environmental Science Academy
  • Irma Rangel Young Womens Leadership
  • William B Travis Acad/Vangrd
  • George Bannerman Dealey International
  • Highland Park Middle School

What High Schools are near Dallas, TX

  • Highland Park High School
  • Booker T. Washing High for the Performing and Visual Arts
  • School Of Health Professions
  • Trinidad Garza Early College High School at Mountain View

According to the Dallas Fed, Texas will grow by about 2.1% in 2020. The state will add over 250,0oo jobs. Many will be located right here in the DFW Metroplex. What this means is that the area needs developers to continue to add units to the rental supply in order to keep up with demand. 

Where should you start? You should know that the DFW Metroplex covers hundreds of miles. You will find myriad malls, professional sports teams, employment centers, and tall skyscrapers.

Hidden among all this real estate, are plenty of neighborhoods with their own personality and charisma. You can discover all properties that range from luxurious or furnished listings to spaces that are cheap.

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Dallas TX skyline

Dallas provides residents with a plethora of activities, parks, museums,  and fun for the entire family such as:

  • Dallas Zoo
  • Texas State Fair
  • Dallas Museum of Art

Also if you choose the right suburb, you might have access to public transportation. The Dart is a system of buses, trolleys, and rail cars that have specific pickup and drop-off points. Anytime you can avoid heavy traffic, this can be an extremely convenient form of transportation. There are many Dallas accommodations that are adjacent to Dallas Area Rapid Transit also known as the DART.

It is also nice to know that Big D is home to two airports. DFW is located northwest of the city, while Dallas Love Field is a bit closer to the city center.

Why Dallas, TX is Growing

So why are so many residents moving to this part of the United States? For one, the business climate is nothing but excellent. People will always flock to good job markets from around the country. Dallas is home to many Fortune 500 companies. Some of the larger names are Exxon Mobile, AT&T, and American Airlines.

As you might assume, the demographics of Dallas covers a wide spectrum of races, ethnicities, and incomes. Everyone from students to working professionals covet apartment living. There are plenty of awesome neighborhoods and colleges like Southern Methodist University.

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Big D offers an urban environment that is complete with shopping districts, sports teams, plenty of hiking and biking trails for those who lead an active life, and gorgeous stunning nearby lakes. If you love basketball or hockey, both the Stars and Mavericks home is located near Downtown inside the American Airlines Arena.

You should also be aware that Texas gets hot. It is not abnormal for the region to experience numerous and consecutive days above 100 degrees. When you are looking for a community, always remember that all bills paid accommodations can save you money. The winter snowstorms have previously brought the city to a halt. Chance are you will be using your heater in the colder months.

Accommodations appear around nearby neighborhoods and the inner city. As the population has exploded, so has the number of new listings for rent. From McKinney to Richardson, it easy to get overwhelmed by the sheer magnitude of apt availability.

How to Search for Apartments 

With any search, the first item on your list should be to locate potential neighborhoods and areas that might interest you. Just in case there is a shortage of cheap Dallas apartments or houses, our agents recommend to have backups. Move in specials in Dallas are plentiful.

If you haven’t rented any apts previously, you will be happy to know that Dallas, as well as Fort Worth, offer new features and amenities that you may have never encountered before. Most rentals will include a fitness center and business center, or even apartments in Dallas Texas that come with yards. Many are also pet-friendly. An apartment finder can send you the best listings with photos that come right into your email inbox!

Best Suburbs in Dallas, Texas

Some of the highest concentrations of Dallas apartments lie near Uptown and Downtown. Many popular areas also include Oak Lawn, Dallas Arts District, and Deep Ellum. Here you will find plenty of retail and nightlife. You can literally step outside your residence and in a matter of minutes be near the middle of clubs, bars, and retailers.  You can find high rises, new townhomes, condos, and regular flats. You should also know that Uptown Dallas apts charge some of the highest market rates in the city. You will have to look elsewhere for rental rates for prices in Dallas, TX under $800. If you are searching for grandiose loft-style residences, be sure to check downtown and Deep Ellum.

Deep Ellum  

You can find Deep Ellum just east of the downtown area. It’s one of the more unique portions of the city and has a colorful past and history that make it well known among the residents.

A large portion of cheap lofts are available and might be perfect for you. The neighborhood today boasts plenty of arts and entertainment. You can find and secure a studio in the $800 range, and even lower which makes it an extremely affordable area. The majority of rentals are loft-style, and the area contains a large assortment of dining options. It’s a popular destination that attracts people from all over the city.

Downtown  

The Downtown area usually has had an interesting past, and with many recent changes, it has drawn many renters who now call the area home. Downtown has always had large industrial buildings that housed telephone companies and other industrial types. Recently though developers have taken steps to change all this. Many older buildings have been converted into apartments in Downtown Dallas with rooftop pools,  incredible views of the Dallas skyline, and best of all, extremely affordable accommodations. Did you know you can rent properties in Downtown Dallas for under $1000, its an incredible value.

Uptown 

Definitely one of the most popular by name, and probably the most expensive is right in the center of it all. Discover luxury options with all the amenities. If you want to be able to exit your home and then in a matter of seconds be near a plethora of shops, bars, cuisine, and exciting nightlife, then Uptown is for you. You might never get a chance to rent a place with a location such as this one. Plenty of students love to live in Uptown.

Oak Lawn 

This isn’t too far from Uptown and it doesn’t have the high density of bars and dining options. You might even call it a little more relaxed. Units here, are still occupied by younger residents, and there are many other options like high rises and condos. You won’t be far from popular sections of town such as Downtown, the Dallas Toll Road, and I-75. Don’t think that it’s any less desirable than Uptown (because it isn’t). Be sure to spend some time touring communities. There are many deals to be had, and homes in expensive places that you probably might overpay for.

Addison 

Although Addison is its own city, it’s centrally located, and it is really a great place to settle down. With plenty of places to choose from around the area, you can rest assured that you will find a place that meets your needs. Addison rentals are located adjacent to Dallas North Tollway,  and just north of 635. As a resident, you will have quick access the Galleria and it will be a straight shot to Dwtn. If you want to have an Addison address, expect to pay in the $800’s and well north of that for a one-bedroom floor plan. Although many rentals will have their rents starting in this range, the smaller units are usually rented out first.

Property listings in North Dallas also offer great value.

Victory Park  

Not far from Downtown and the Design District, Victory Park boasts numerous apartments in TX, condos, restaurants, and plenty of other forms of entertainment. Notable destinations in Victory Park include American Airlines Arena and the House of Blues. Residents also will have access to Katy Trail. It’s a hiking, walking, jogging, and biking path that stretches on for miles. There are a limited amount of places to choose from in the area, but many residents say it’s well worth it! Pricing here is some of the more expensive in the city, with 1 bedroom accommodations starting at $1100 and up.

Average Rental Prices

Rent trends are always changing. Prices is going to vary among the various neighborhoods and surrounding suburbs.  Income-based rentals exist, but you will need to check with an apartment finder to get that list.

Contact one of our agents to get current deals.