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1,735 Rentals in Iowa, United States.

$22 USD / month

429 E Burlington, Iowa City, Iowa, United States

  • 3 Beds
  • No Cats Allowed
  • 2 Baths
  • No Dogs Allowed
$39 USD / month

Pre-Approved, Ankeny, Iowa, United States

  • 1 Bed
  • House
  • 1 Bath
  • Available Now
$45 USD / month

2155 Westdale Dr SW, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States

  • Studio
  • Air Conditioning
  • 0 Bath
  • Cats Allowed
$50 USD / month

3853 Paige Dr, Waterloo, Iowa, United States

  • Studio
  • No Cats Allowed
  • 0 Bath
  • No Dogs Allowed
$50 USD / month

3853 Paige Dr, Waterloo, Iowa, United States

  • Studio
  • No Cats Allowed
  • 0 Bath
  • No Dogs Allowed
$50 USD / month

519 N 3rd St, Marshalltown, Iowa, USA

  • Studio
  • Apartment
  • 0 Bath
  • Available Now
$50 USD / month

519 N 3rd St, Marshalltown, Iowa, USA

  • Studio
  • Apartment
  • 0 Bath
  • Available Now
$50 USD / month

519 N 3rd St, Marshalltown, Iowa, USA

  • Studio
  • Apartment
  • 0 Bath
  • Available Now
$50 USD / month

519 N 3rd St, Marshalltown, Iowa, United States

  • Studio
  • Apartment
  • 0 Bath
  • Available Now
$60 USD / month

525 Colby Rd, Waterloo, Iowa, United States

  • Studio
  • No Cats Allowed
  • 0 Bath
  • No Dogs Allowed
$75 USD / month

1221 S Linn St, Boone, Iowa, United States

  • Studio
  • No Cats Allowed
  • 0 Bath
  • No Dogs Allowed
$100 USD / month

2103 Keokuk Street, Iowa City, Iowa, United States

  • Studio
  • Condo
  • 1 Bath
  • 01 Nov 2021
$180 USD / month

1847 NW 80th Pl, Clive, Iowa, United States

  • 1 Bed
  • Furnished
  • 1 Bath
  • Electricity Included
$220 USD / month

143 N Sheldon Avenue, Ames, Iowa, United States

  • 1 Bed
  • No Cats Allowed
  • 0 Bath
  • No Dogs Allowed
$230 USD / month

143 N Sheldon Avenue, Ames, Iowa, United States

  • 1 Bed
  • No Cats Allowed
  • 0 Bath
  • No Dogs Allowed
$260 USD / month

143 N Sheldon Avenue, Ames, Iowa, United States

  • 1 Bed
  • No Cats Allowed
  • 0 Bath
  • No Dogs Allowed
$300 USD / month

2807-09-11 Lincoln Way, Sioux City, Iowa, United States

  • Studio
  • No Cats Allowed
  • 0 Bath
  • No Dogs Allowed
$300 USD / month

1634 W Locust St, Davenport, Iowa, United States

  • Studio
  • No Cats Allowed
  • 1 Bath
  • No Dogs Allowed
$330 USD / month

2112 Merner Ave, Cedar Falls, Iowa, United States

  • 4 Beds
  • Apartment
  • 1 Bath
  • Available Now
$380 USD / month

600 N Kentucky Ave, Mason City, Iowa, United States

  • Studio
  • Air Conditioning
  • 1 Bath
  • Cats Allowed
$390 USD / month

233 Sheldon, Ames, Iowa, USA

  • 1 Bed
  • No Cats Allowed
  • 0 Bath
  • No Dogs Allowed
$390 USD / month

233 Sheldon, Ames, Iowa, United States

  • 1 Bed
  • No Cats Allowed
  • 0 Bath
  • No Dogs Allowed
$395 USD / month

125 River St, Iowa City, Iowa, United States

  • 1 Bed
  • No Cats Allowed
  • 1 Bath
  • No Dogs Allowed
$395 USD / month

2155 Westdale Dr SW, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States

  • 1 Bed
  • Air Conditioning
  • 1 Bath
  • Cats Allowed
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Search results for: Apartments for Rent in Iowa over $22 | ApartmentLove

Located in the Midwestern part of the United States, Iowa is ranked 26th in area and 30th in population with an estimated three million permanent residents. The state of Iowa is bordered by the Missouri River and Big Sioux River to the west and the Mississippi River to the east. Iowa's attractive scenery, varying climate, many unique and must-see travel destinations and warm hospitality attract tourists from around the world who spend an estimated eight billion dollars in the region annually. Iowa's economy has expanded beyond its previous reliance on the agricultural industry to a much more diversified portfolio including innovative processing, manufacturing, green energy, financial services and biotechnology production.

One of Iowa's most popular tourist attractions is the Iowa State Capitol, located in Des Moines. With a 23-karat gold dome roof, the capitol is impossible to overlook. Four smaller domes are also situated near the main one to produce an unmatched look and total experience. Scheduling a tour of the State Capitol will allow you the opportunity to venture up the winding stairs and view the top of the dome for yourself.

Beautiful scenery, luxurious amenities, cheap apartments and many rooms for rent with flexible rental options have made Iowa a very desirable place to live and work. Iowa's stable and growing economy creates jobs in the region and has allowed real estate market to flourish affording you many very well-qualified apartments for rent across the region. 

Iowa is considered to be among the least expensive states to live in the nation.  Iowa City, Bettendorf, Eldridge, Coralville, and Sioux Center are among the costlier cities to call home in Iowa, there are plenty of affordable rental options at all price points.  New residents are still encouraged to budget wisely and to make sure to not overextend their finances when renting Iowa apartments as discretionary spending can get expensive if not carefully accounted for.  

Apartment Rentals Iowa ActiveListings Minimum Rent Maximum Rent
Studio Apartments for Rent 141 $45 $1,300
1 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 442 $39 $2,200
2 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 743 $400 $3,214
3 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 409 $22 $4,900

Please review the following apartment renting tips before beginning your Iowa apartment search:

Negotiate the Rent

It is perfectly acceptable for you to try and negotiate the rent.  If an apartment has been available for several months, the landlord is likely to be eager to get it rented affording you leverage in the negotiations.  Conversely, if the apartment was just recently posted and is flush with many attractive features and amenities, priced appropriately and in a desirable neighborhood the landlord may be less inclined to offer a price reduction.  In either scenario, there is no harm in making a reasonable offer to lease. 

Iowa Damage Deposits

Deposits are given in order to offer landowners security in case a tenant does not pay rent and to pay for damages beyond the traditional wear-and-tear at the end of a tenancy. Prospective tenants should be aware of the difference of being able to retrieve the security deposit and getting it back. Video tape or take pictures of the apartment before moving in and out. You should also document changes, upgrades, or repairs that you make to the apartment on behalf of the apartment and the landlord. When you decide to move out of the apartment, run a final walk through with the landowner and have a witness present to provide added security. It is helpful to familiarize yourself with jurisdiction rules regarding the state of Iowa and the handling of rental apartment damage deposits.

Ask About the Landlord

Most renters are well-informed about an apartment's amenities, location, layout and the surrounding community, but know very little about any one particular landlord over another.  Prospective tenants are encouraged to speak with members of the community as well as existing tenants renting in the building to get a good and complete understanding of what dealing with the landlord is really like.  This will help you choose apartments and rooms for where repairs, upgrades, or changes are dealt with quickly and efficiently thereby making for a good and positive renter-landlord relationship and a more harmonious living arrangement.

Apartment Rentals Iowa ActiveListings Minimum Rent Maximum Rent
Studio Apartments for Rent 141 $45 $1,300
1 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 442 $39 $2,200
2 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 743 $400 $3,214
3 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 409 $22 $4,900

Located in the Midwestern part of the United States, Iowa is ranked 26th in area and 30th in population with an estimated three million permanent residents. The state of Iowa is bordered by the Missouri River and Big Sioux River to the west and the Mississippi River to the east. Iowa's attractive scenery, varying climate, many unique and must-see travel destinations and warm hospitality attract tourists from around the world who spend an estimated eight billion dollars in the region annually. Iowa's economy has expanded beyond its previous reliance on the agricultural industry to a much more diversified portfolio including innovative processing, manufacturing, green energy, financial services and biotechnology production.

One of Iowa's most popular tourist attractions is the Iowa State Capitol, located in Des Moines. With a 23-karat gold dome roof, the capitol is impossible to overlook. Four smaller domes are also situated near the main one to produce an unmatched look and total experience. Scheduling a tour of the State Capitol will allow you the opportunity to venture up the winding stairs and view the top of the dome for yourself.

Beautiful scenery, luxurious amenities, cheap apartments and many rooms for rent with flexible rental options have made Iowa a very desirable place to live and work. Iowa's stable and growing economy creates jobs in the region and has allowed real estate market to flourish affording you many very well-qualified apartments for rent across the region. 

Iowa is considered to be among the least expensive states to live in the nation.  Iowa City, Bettendorf, Eldridge, Coralville, and Sioux Center are among the costlier cities to call home in Iowa, there are plenty of affordable rental options at all price points.  New residents are still encouraged to budget wisely and to make sure to not overextend their finances when renting Iowa apartments as discretionary spending can get expensive if not carefully accounted for.  

Please review the following apartment renting tips before beginning your Iowa apartment search:

Negotiate the Rent

It is perfectly acceptable for you to try and negotiate the rent.  If an apartment has been available for several months, the landlord is likely to be eager to get it rented affording you leverage in the negotiations.  Conversely, if the apartment was just recently posted and is flush with many attractive features and amenities, priced appropriately and in a desirable neighborhood the landlord may be less inclined to offer a price reduction.  In either scenario, there is no harm in making a reasonable offer to lease. 

Iowa Damage Deposits

Deposits are given in order to offer landowners security in case a tenant does not pay rent and to pay for damages beyond the traditional wear-and-tear at the end of a tenancy. Prospective tenants should be aware of the difference of being able to retrieve the security deposit and getting it back. Video tape or take pictures of the apartment before moving in and out. You should also document changes, upgrades, or repairs that you make to the apartment on behalf of the apartment and the landlord. When you decide to move out of the apartment, run a final walk through with the landowner and have a witness present to provide added security. It is helpful to familiarize yourself with jurisdiction rules regarding the state of Iowa and the handling of rental apartment damage deposits.

Ask About the Landlord

Most renters are well-informed about an apartment's amenities, location, layout and the surrounding community, but know very little about any one particular landlord over another.  Prospective tenants are encouraged to speak with members of the community as well as existing tenants renting in the building to get a good and complete understanding of what dealing with the landlord is really like.  This will help you choose apartments and rooms for where repairs, upgrades, or changes are dealt with quickly and efficiently thereby making for a good and positive renter-landlord relationship and a more harmonious living arrangement.

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