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2,017 Apartments for Rent in North Carolina, United States.

3304 Blue Ridge Road, Raleigh, NC - 2,930 USD/ month

3304 Blue Ridge Road,
Raleigh, NC

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $2,930 USD / month
1412 Williamsburg Lane, Monroe, NC - 2,670 USD/ month

1412 Williamsburg Lane,
Monroe, NC

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $2,670 USD / month
8471 Reedy Ridge Lane, Raleigh, NC - 1,800 USD/ month

8471 Reedy Ridge Lane,
Raleigh, NC

  • 3 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • $1,800 USD / month
3343 Timberwolf Avenue, High Point, NC - 1,960 USD/ month
1341 Crab Orchard Dr Apt 204, Raleigh, NC - 500 USD/ month
2410 Cornwallis Drive W, Greensboro, NC - 2,520 USD/ month
9308 Alice McGinn Drive, Charlotte, NC - 2,100 USD/ month
4443 Ruby Rd, Fayetteville, NC - 1,500 USD/ month

4443 Ruby Rd,
Fayetteville, NC

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $1,500 USD / month
506 S Chester St, Gastonia, NC - 1,895 USD/ month

506 S Chester St,
Gastonia, NC

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $1,895 USD / month
305 Wildwood Road, Monroe, NC - 2,430 USD/ month

305 Wildwood Road,
Monroe, NC

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $2,430 USD / month
5017 Walton Hill Road, Knightdale, NC - 1,650 USD/ month
3436 Apache Drive, Raleigh, NC - 1,650 USD/ month

3436 Apache Drive,
Raleigh, NC

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $1,650 USD / month
9518 Glenburn Lane, Charlotte, NC - 2,750 USD/ month

9518 Glenburn Lane,
Charlotte, NC

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $2,750 USD / month
1341 Crab Orchard Dr Apt 204, Raleigh, NC - 500 USD/ month
150 Brenda Drive, Jacksonville, NC - 900 USD/ month
301 Fayetteville St 3012, Raleigh, NC - 2,695 USD/ month
115 Village Circle, Jacksonville, NC - 975 USD/ month
213 Woods Ream Drive, Raleigh, NC - 2,820 USD/ month

213 Woods Ream Drive,
Raleigh, NC

  • 5 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • $2,820 USD / month
5732 Aftonshire Street, Fayetteville, NC - 899 USD/ month
1843 Shortcut Road, Shawboro, NC - 1,600 USD/ month

1843 Shortcut Road,
Shawboro, NC

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $1,600 USD / month
2618 Mason Mill Pl, Charlotte, NC - 1,930 USD/ month

2618 Mason Mill Pl,
Charlotte, NC

  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • $1,930 USD / month
127 N 1st Street, Spring Lake, NC - 750 USD/ month
611-1 Drypoint Ln., Hope Mills, NC - 750 USD/ month
Showing North Carolina Rentals 1 to 24 of 2017

More than 10 million people call North Carolina their home. Bordering on South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and even the Atlantic Ocean, it can be said North Carolina is a rich, attractive tourist destination. Many tourists flock to the Outer Banks, at any time of year, to enjoy the rich beaches and mild climate. Famous for its time shares, beach homes, and vacation rentals, the Outer Banks probably does not seem like a permanent home, but many corners of North Carolina are rich in stable and diverse economies.

Given the mild climate and the stable and diverse economies, North Carolina's real estate market is growing. Corporate businesses and even retail corporate office businesses decide to pick and move to North Carolina, transferring many employees to the new location. On any given day, there could be thousands of apartments for rent or rent to own homes available in anticipation of the relocating businesses. Just page through an apartment guide, and you will find anything from indoor pools and saunas to exercise facilities to covered parking as amenities offered to attract prospective tenants.

Whether you are looking for beachfront property, an apartment for rent in the city, or a rent to own home in the suburbs, North Carolina does not disappoint. The standard of living in North Carolina is good to excellent, and there are affordable apartments to rent, as well as numerous rent to own homes available.

Raleigh, Charlotte, and Durham may be among the costlier cities to live in North Carolina. However, North Carolina's economy is growing and diversifying with the additions of engineering, energy, biotechnology, and finance. Incomes may be slowly growing to meet the new costs of living, but you should be mindful of your monthly expenses and do your best to live within your means.

When looking for apartments for rent or rent to own homes in North Carolina, you should keep the following in mind:

Renting Apartments In North Carolina

While large cities like Raleigh, Charlotte, and Durham may be attractive places to live because of the active nightlife and numerous things to do, you should really spend your time getting to the know the community during the day and night to get a feel of the crime rates and how the neighborhood changes with the times. This is something prospective tenants should do before signing any long term leases or contracts.

North Carolina Vacation Rentals & Condos

The Outer Banks is a very attractive tourist spot. So much so that many consider picking up a time share rental or even a rent to own home. If you choose to go the route of time share rental, you need to be sure the people you are signing an agreement with are reasonable. Will they pay their share of the rent on time? Will they leave the place in good condition when they are leaving? Do you trust these people well enough to sign a long term lease or rental agreement? Condos in the Outer Banks are also similar. Do you just want to rent the condo for the summer season? Do you want to rent to own the condo to consider a permanent stay? These are some of the questions prospective tenants need to ask themselves before they consider signing long term leases or contacts.

Student Apartments And Rooms For Rent In North Carolina

North Carolina is rich in colleges and universities. Whether you are a student on Spring Break or a student looking to concentrate on their studies in a quiet student apartment off campus, North Carolina has many possibilities. Students looking for just a room for rent are in luck, as many homes or apartments in North Carolina are built to accommodate many people.

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More than 10 million people call North Carolina their home. Bordering on South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and even the Atlantic Ocean, it can be said North Carolina is a rich, attractive tourist destination. Many tourists flock to the Outer Banks, at any time of year, to enjoy the rich beaches and mild climate. Famous for its time shares, beach homes, and vacation rentals, the Outer Banks probably does not seem like a permanent home, but many corners of North Carolina are rich in stable and diverse economies.

Given the mild climate and the stable and diverse economies, North Carolina's real estate market is growing. Corporate businesses and even retail corporate office businesses decide to pick and move to North Carolina, transferring many employees to the new location. On any given day, there could be thousands of apartments for rent or rent to own homes available in anticipation of the relocating businesses. Just page through an apartment guide, and you will find anything from indoor pools and saunas to exercise facilities to covered parking as amenities offered to attract prospective tenants.

Whether you are looking for beachfront property, an apartment for rent in the city, or a rent to own home in the suburbs, North Carolina does not disappoint. The standard of living in North Carolina is good to excellent, and there are affordable apartments to rent, as well as numerous rent to own homes available.

Raleigh, Charlotte, and Durham may be among the costlier cities to live in North Carolina. However, North Carolina's economy is growing and diversifying with the additions of engineering, energy, biotechnology, and finance. Incomes may be slowly growing to meet the new costs of living, but you should be mindful of your monthly expenses and do your best to live within your means.

When looking for apartments for rent or rent to own homes in North Carolina, you should keep the following in mind:

Renting Apartments In North Carolina

While large cities like Raleigh, Charlotte, and Durham may be attractive places to live because of the active nightlife and numerous things to do, you should really spend your time getting to the know the community during the day and night to get a feel of the crime rates and how the neighborhood changes with the times. This is something prospective tenants should do before signing any long term leases or contracts.

North Carolina Vacation Rentals & Condos

The Outer Banks is a very attractive tourist spot. So much so that many consider picking up a time share rental or even a rent to own home. If you choose to go the route of time share rental, you need to be sure the people you are signing an agreement with are reasonable. Will they pay their share of the rent on time? Will they leave the place in good condition when they are leaving? Do you trust these people well enough to sign a long term lease or rental agreement? Condos in the Outer Banks are also similar. Do you just want to rent the condo for the summer season? Do you want to rent to own the condo to consider a permanent stay? These are some of the questions prospective tenants need to ask themselves before they consider signing long term leases or contacts.

Student Apartments And Rooms For Rent In North Carolina

North Carolina is rich in colleges and universities. Whether you are a student on Spring Break or a student looking to concentrate on their studies in a quiet student apartment off campus, North Carolina has many possibilities. Students looking for just a room for rent are in luck, as many homes or apartments in North Carolina are built to accommodate many people.

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