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332 Apartments for Rent in Idaho, United States.

210 Farm Road,
Moscow, ID

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,250 USD / month

7850 W Amazon Dr.,
Eagle, ID

  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $1,750 USD / month

7850 W Amazon Dr.,
Eagle, ID

  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $1,725 USD / month

1606 N. 26th St.,
Boise, ID

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $2,300 USD / month

4287 E. Adams,
Boise, ID

  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
  • $995 USD / month

1014 S. Red Sand Ave,
Kuna, ID

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $1,995 USD / month

840 N Maple Grove RD,
Boise, ID

  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $1,495 USD / month

840 N Maple Grove RD,
Boise, ID

  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $1,495 USD / month

1009 N Stilson Rd,
Boise, ID

  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • $1,795 USD / month

4675 S Ambush Ave,
Boise, ID

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $2,295 USD / month

1428 Raymond Street,
Boise, ID

  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,425 USD / month

1428 Raymond Street,
Boise, ID

  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,425 USD / month

423 E Dunn,
Pocatello, ID

  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • $825 USD / month

117 Abraham Way,
Caldwell, ID

  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,440 USD / month

117 Abraham Way,
Caldwell, ID

  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,440 USD / month

117 Abraham Way,
Caldwell, ID

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,350 USD / month

117 Abraham Way,
Caldwell, ID

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $1,725 USD / month
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From the lush greenery of Yellowstone National Park to the scenic plateaus of the Rocky Mountains, Idaho is home to a number of beautiful and affordable apartments for rent. In Idaho, you'll find great opportunities for camping, mountain climbing, hiking, fishing, skiing, and snowboarding. With such close proximity to Yellowstone, you can also checkout the most remarkable waterspouts in the world (such as Old Faithful), and study wildlife like elks, bears, and buffaloes in one of the state's many valleys.

The cost of living in Idaho is about 10% less expensive than the countrywide average, which is great news if you happen to be searching for low-priced apartment rentals. Based on rental fees, transportation, utilities, medical care, food, and other expenses, the living costs in Idaho are the lowest of all states in the western US.

If you're looking for high-class but economical apartments for rent, townhomes for rent, rooms for rent, studio apartments, or even rent to own homes in Idaho, you'll want to take into account the following issues before you enter into a rental contract:

Apartment Prices May Differ Between Cities

Unlike many states, reasonable apartment rentals in key locations are available all throughout Idaho, particularly in the state's major cities like Boise, Pocatello, Nampa, and Idaho Falls. Apartments for rent in smaller Idaho towns like Moscow and Blackfoot can also match the budgets of most renters, although you'll need an apartment guide to determine the exact rates of apartments in different regions. You can use an apartment finder with advanced search filters to find an Idaho property based on the features you are most concerned with like price, area, and amenities, allowing you to select an apartment that's well-suited for your spending budget and desired lifestyle.

Features And Amenities May Differ Between Cities

Apartment amenities that are commonplace in one specific city or state will also vary from place to place. For example, outside pools are very common in the subtropical climates of southern states in the US, but not quite as much in Idaho, particularly in the northern part of the state that borders Canada. It's best to list the amenities you most want to discern them from those that aren't as essential to you, like having an outside pool in a cooler environment.

Have All Paperwork Prepared Before Meeting With Landlords

It's a good idea to have all relevant paperwork in order so that you can respond immediately once you've found an apartment for rent in Idaho that you like. When you meet with your prospective landlord, you'll want to bring a current credit report printout along with your rental application, as well as an income statement from your boss and a listing of all personal references, which will ideally include your previous landlord. Bringing these documents will indicate that you're an eager and responsible prospective tenant, which will raise the likelihood that you'll get the apartment.

Plan On Paying A Security Deposit When Renting Idaho Apartments

It's a standard practice for landlords in Idaho to ask for a refundable security deposit from new renters. Although some property owners may forfeit the security deposit as part of their rental package, you should still make a budgetary allowance for a security deposit when you're looking for apartments for rent in Idaho. Once your lease expires, Idaho landlords are legally required to refund your security deposit after the expenses of any apartment repairs that exceed the range of normal wear and tear have been settled.

From the lush greenery of Yellowstone National Park to the scenic plateaus of the Rocky Mountains, Idaho is home to a number of beautiful and affordable apartments for rent. In Idaho, you'll find great opportunities for camping, mountain climbing, hiking, fishing, skiing, and snowboarding. With such close proximity to Yellowstone, you can also checkout the most remarkable waterspouts in the world (such as Old Faithful), and study wildlife like elks, bears, and buffaloes in one of the state's many valleys.

The cost of living in Idaho is about 10% less expensive than the countrywide average, which is great news if you happen to be searching for low-priced apartment rentals. Based on rental fees, transportation, utilities, medical care, food, and other expenses, the living costs in Idaho are the lowest of all states in the western US.

If you're looking for high-class but economical apartments for rent, townhomes for rent, rooms for rent, studio apartments, or even rent to own homes in Idaho, you'll want to take into account the following issues before you enter into a rental contract:

Apartment Prices May Differ Between Cities

Unlike many states, reasonable apartment rentals in key locations are available all throughout Idaho, particularly in the state's major cities like Boise, Pocatello, Nampa, and Idaho Falls. Apartments for rent in smaller Idaho towns like Moscow and Blackfoot can also match the budgets of most renters, although you'll need an apartment guide to determine the exact rates of apartments in different regions. You can use an apartment finder with advanced search filters to find an Idaho property based on the features you are most concerned with like price, area, and amenities, allowing you to select an apartment that's well-suited for your spending budget and desired lifestyle.

Features And Amenities May Differ Between Cities

Apartment amenities that are commonplace in one specific city or state will also vary from place to place. For example, outside pools are very common in the subtropical climates of southern states in the US, but not quite as much in Idaho, particularly in the northern part of the state that borders Canada. It's best to list the amenities you most want to discern them from those that aren't as essential to you, like having an outside pool in a cooler environment.

Have All Paperwork Prepared Before Meeting With Landlords

It's a good idea to have all relevant paperwork in order so that you can respond immediately once you've found an apartment for rent in Idaho that you like. When you meet with your prospective landlord, you'll want to bring a current credit report printout along with your rental application, as well as an income statement from your boss and a listing of all personal references, which will ideally include your previous landlord. Bringing these documents will indicate that you're an eager and responsible prospective tenant, which will raise the likelihood that you'll get the apartment.

Plan On Paying A Security Deposit When Renting Idaho Apartments

It's a standard practice for landlords in Idaho to ask for a refundable security deposit from new renters. Although some property owners may forfeit the security deposit as part of their rental package, you should still make a budgetary allowance for a security deposit when you're looking for apartments for rent in Idaho. Once your lease expires, Idaho landlords are legally required to refund your security deposit after the expenses of any apartment repairs that exceed the range of normal wear and tear have been settled.

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