Facebook

Apartments for Rent in Illinois

The best homes and apartments for rent in Illinois. Rent with confidence knowing these Illinois properties were listed by trusted ApartmentLove® partners. Illinois apartments for rent on ApartmentLove® | the feeling of home

3,172 Apartments for Rent in Illinois, United States.

5114 - 5118 S. Kimbark Ave, Chicago, IL - 175 USD/ month
629/631 S York Rd, Bensenville, IL - 200 USD/ month
629/631 S York Rd, Bensenville, IL - 200 USD/ month
1413 7th Ave, Rock Island, IL - 450 USD/ month

1413 7th Ave,
Rock Island, IL

  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
  • $450 USD / month
505 S. Poplar, Carbondale, IL - 450 USD/ month

505 S. Poplar,
Carbondale, IL

  • Studio
  • 0 Bath
  • $450 USD / month
1510 Grandview Dr., Champaign, IL - 500 USD/ month
303 N 1st st., Wood River, IL - 525 USD/ month

303 N 1st st.,
Wood River, IL

  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
  • $525 USD / month
2930 5th Ave, Rock Island, IL - 525 USD/ month

2930 5th Ave,
Rock Island, IL

  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
  • $525 USD / month
1666 Seven Pines Rd, Springfield, IL - 525 USD/ month
621 N. Bryan, Carterville, IL - 525 USD/ month

621 N. Bryan,
Carterville, IL

  • Studio
  • 0 Bath
  • $525 USD / month
1013 W Church, Champaign, IL - 525 USD/ month

1013 W Church,
Champaign, IL

  • Studio
  • 0 Bath
  • $525 USD / month
201 W Washington St., Champaign, IL - 535 USD/ month
201 W Washington St., Champaign, IL - 535 USD/ month
1907 5th Avenue, Rock Island, IL - 550 USD/ month
515 Greenbriar Drive, Normal, IL - 556 USD/ month
111 W. Park St, Urbana, IL - 565 USD/ month

111 W. Park St,
Urbana, IL

  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
  • $565 USD / month
319 E. College, Carbondale, IL - 565 USD/ month

319 E. College,
Carbondale, IL

  • Studio
  • 0 Bath
  • $565 USD / month
1419 NE Monroe St, Peoria, IL - 595 USD/ month

1419 NE Monroe St,
Peoria, IL

  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
  • $595 USD / month
821 Niedringhaus Ave., Granite City, IL - 600 USD/ month
1116 Main St A, Alton, IL - 600 USD/ month

1116 Main St A,
Alton, IL

  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
  • $600 USD / month
137 N 4250th Rd, Mendota, IL - 600 USD/ month

137 N 4250th Rd,
Mendota, IL

  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
  • $600 USD / month
319 E. College, Carbondale, IL - 635 USD/ month

319 E. College,
Carbondale, IL

  • Studio
  • 0 Bath
  • $635 USD / month
6949-59 S Paxton, Chicago, IL - 650 USD/ month

6949-59 S Paxton,
Chicago, IL

  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
  • $650 USD / month
Showing Illinois Rentals 1 to 24 of 3172

Illinois is ranked as the fifth most populated state in the USA. Chicago, its capital, is renowned for its colossal skyscrapers. Chicago is the third largest city in the USA. Living in Illinois may be crowded in the cities but may also be very sparse in the country. It is a state of contrasts. When moving to Illinois, be ready for the cold. This is a snow state. Even in spring, it does not get as warm as in most areas. There are upscale places on the North Shore so you can expect to find good townhomes for rent. Given the size of Illinois' metropolitan areas especially Chicago, an apartment finder or apartment guide would be very helpful in narrowing your search and giving your apartment hunt a bit more focus.

Traffic in Chicago and the cities around it is terrible, but it is improving. There is a Metra passenger rail system with 11 lines and close to 250 stops. Metra services cities like Aurora and Waukegan. This railway is essential for daily commuting citizens in these cities. Chicago has a basketball franchise, the Bulls, a baseball franchise, the Cubs and a football franchise, the Bears. Illinois is, therefore, a sports fan paradise. You can visit any stadium of your choice on game day and have a fantastic time.

Natural Illinois is as beautiful as any place you will find on Earth. There are lush forests, amazing waterways, and wildlife. These natural treasures offer opportunities for events like kayaking and hiking. You can get close to nature in this increasingly civilized world.

Illinois is neither the cheapest nor the most expensive state to reside. The cost of living gyrates wildly from the cities to the rural parts of the state. Rural areas are more affordable in almost commodities and housing than the cities. You will assuredly find cheap apartments for rent in these areas.

View Illinois Apartments in Person

There is a lot of helpful information on the internet. It may seem that the information gotten virtually is enough to rent an apartment. However, this may not always be the case. There are many cases of fraudulent landlords in Illinois. Ensure that you pay the room for rent, a visit to be certain and ensure you are not scammed and lose your hard-earned cash.

Check Surrounding Communities

Moving around is necessary when living in Illinois especially when living in and around the city. Ensuring that transportation is adequate is paramount to your mobility. Ensure you can have your preferred mode of transportation be it rail or car. Also, check for clean areas of town since some parts of the city may have health hazards that may affect your well –being. The hunt for an apartment for rent should go beyond the living quarters.

Be Realistic

Go looking for an apartment with reasonable expectations, but understand that most of the time, what you see is what you get.  Keep your list of apartment must haves within reason and your standards realistic, same goes for your budget.  Make sure to consider the area surrounding the apartment as well. Renting an apartment with the hopes of a dramatic change in the area is not the best course of action.  Find apartments that are in safe neighborhoods and focus on apartments that will have you enjoying the apartment life from the day you move in. 

Do Your Research

Illinois is a cold place. Chicago experiences very low temperatures. There are few things more horrible than having no heat during winter or no air conditioning during a hot, humid summer. Check if the apartment and the building's HVAC system is fully operational and well maintained. Being critical before you move into the apartment will save you a lot of trouble after you move in.

Find Apartment Rentals

Illinois is ranked as the fifth most populated state in the USA. Chicago, its capital, is renowned for its colossal skyscrapers. Chicago is the third largest city in the USA. Living in Illinois may be crowded in the cities but may also be very sparse in the country. It is a state of contrasts. When moving to Illinois, be ready for the cold. This is a snow state. Even in spring, it does not get as warm as in most areas. There are upscale places on the North Shore so you can expect to find good townhomes for rent. Given the size of Illinois' metropolitan areas especially Chicago, an apartment finder or apartment guide would be very helpful in narrowing your search and giving your apartment hunt a bit more focus.

Traffic in Chicago and the cities around it is terrible, but it is improving. There is a Metra passenger rail system with 11 lines and close to 250 stops. Metra services cities like Aurora and Waukegan. This railway is essential for daily commuting citizens in these cities. Chicago has a basketball franchise, the Bulls, a baseball franchise, the Cubs and a football franchise, the Bears. Illinois is, therefore, a sports fan paradise. You can visit any stadium of your choice on game day and have a fantastic time.

Natural Illinois is as beautiful as any place you will find on Earth. There are lush forests, amazing waterways, and wildlife. These natural treasures offer opportunities for events like kayaking and hiking. You can get close to nature in this increasingly civilized world.

Illinois is neither the cheapest nor the most expensive state to reside. The cost of living gyrates wildly from the cities to the rural parts of the state. Rural areas are more affordable in almost commodities and housing than the cities. You will assuredly find cheap apartments for rent in these areas.

View Illinois Apartments in Person

There is a lot of helpful information on the internet. It may seem that the information gotten virtually is enough to rent an apartment. However, this may not always be the case. There are many cases of fraudulent landlords in Illinois. Ensure that you pay the room for rent, a visit to be certain and ensure you are not scammed and lose your hard-earned cash.

Check Surrounding Communities

Moving around is necessary when living in Illinois especially when living in and around the city. Ensuring that transportation is adequate is paramount to your mobility. Ensure you can have your preferred mode of transportation be it rail or car. Also, check for clean areas of town since some parts of the city may have health hazards that may affect your well –being. The hunt for an apartment for rent should go beyond the living quarters.

Be Realistic

Go looking for an apartment with reasonable expectations, but understand that most of the time, what you see is what you get.  Keep your list of apartment must haves within reason and your standards realistic, same goes for your budget.  Make sure to consider the area surrounding the apartment as well. Renting an apartment with the hopes of a dramatic change in the area is not the best course of action.  Find apartments that are in safe neighborhoods and focus on apartments that will have you enjoying the apartment life from the day you move in. 

Do Your Research

Illinois is a cold place. Chicago experiences very low temperatures. There are few things more horrible than having no heat during winter or no air conditioning during a hot, humid summer. Check if the apartment and the building's HVAC system is fully operational and well maintained. Being critical before you move into the apartment will save you a lot of trouble after you move in.

Apartment Rentals Illinois ActiveListings Minimum Rent Maximum Rent
Studio Apartments for Rent 3,172 $50 $10,050
1 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 5,964 $340 $5,577
2 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 4,224 $425 $8,995
3 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 1,082 $525 $15,000

Find Apartment Rentals

We have a high number of listings for this location.
Please refine your search or zoom in on an area.
Property Listings Statistics
X