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Apartments for rent in Omaha, Nebraska

Apartments for Rent in Omaha

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494 Apartments for Rent in Omaha, NE.

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1105 Harney Street, Omaha, NE - 1,300 USD/ month
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,300 USD / month
  • Cats Allowed
  • Dogs Allowed
3009 Marcy St, Omaha, NE - 750 USD/ month
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $750 USD / month
  • Cats Allowed
  • Dogs Allowed
NORRIS PLACE 2114 SO 45TH ST, Omaha, NE - 825 USD/ month
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $825 USD / month
  • Other Amenities
3004 S 68 Ct, Omaha, NE - 950 USD/ month
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • $950 USD / month
2322 S. 33rd St., Omaha, NE - 995 USD/ month
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • $995 USD / month
  • Cats Allowed
  • Dogs Allowed
5806 S 141st Plz, Omaha, NE - 745 USD/ month
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $745 USD / month
  • Cats Allowed
  • Other Amenities
2520-2528, Omaha, NE - 1,050 USD/ month
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,050 USD / month
  • Cats Allowed
  • Dogs Allowed
950 S 69th Street, Omaha, NE - 800 USD/ month
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $800 USD / month
  • Cats Allowed
3519 Cuming St, Omaha, NE - 625 USD/ month
  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
  • $625 USD / month
  • Cats Allowed
  • Dogs Allowed
3618 Farnam, Omaha, NE - 1,650 USD/ month
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $1,650 USD / month
  • Cats Allowed
  • Dogs Allowed
  • Garage
  • Other Amenities
4604 CASS STREET, Omaha, NE - 745 USD/ month
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • $745 USD / month
  • Cats Allowed
  • Dogs Allowed
100 S 19th Street, Omaha, NE - 1,065 USD/ month
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,065 USD / month
  • Cats Not Allowed
  • Dogs Not Allowed
5017 S 162nd St, Omaha, NE - 2,800 USD/ month
  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • $2,800 USD / month
  • Dogs Allowed
  • Cats Not Allowed
10764 Grover St., Omaha, NE - 2,300 USD/ month
  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • $2,300 USD / month
  • Garbage Disposal
  • Dishwasher
  • Refrigerator
  • Microwave
4139 M Street, Omaha, NE - 1,350 USD/ month
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $1,350 USD / month
  • Refrigerator
  • Oven
  • Dogs Allowed
  • Garage
1240 S 10th Street, Omaha, NE - 650 USD/ month
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $650 USD / month
  • Cats Allowed
  • Dogs Allowed
1942 S 16th St., Omaha, NE - 895 USD/ month
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • $895 USD / month
  • Cats Allowed
  • Other Amenities
  • Parking
  • Dogs Not Allowed
8803 S. 143rd St., Omaha, NE - 1,500 USD/ month
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $1,500 USD / month
  • Cats Allowed
  • Dogs Allowed
  • Laundry
12230 Anne St, Omaha, NE - 895 USD/ month
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $895 USD / month
  • Garbage Disposal
  • Dishwasher
  • Refrigerator
  • Microwave
123 N 41ST, Omaha, NE - 700 USD/ month
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $700 USD / month
5344 S 99th Street, Omaha, NE - 779 USD/ month
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $779 USD / month
  • Cats Allowed
  • Other Amenities
13108 Lincoln Road, Omaha, NE - 1,895 USD/ month
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $1,895 USD / month
  • Cats Allowed
  • Dogs Allowed
7010 Hascall Street, Omaha, NE - 650 USD/ month
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $650 USD / month
  • Cats Allowed
  • Dogs Allowed
  • Laundry
541 S 24th Street, Omaha, NE - 790 USD/ month
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Looking for a city that's oozing Midwestern charm but has all the amenities of a big metropolis? Consider Omaha, Nebraska. If the only thing you know about Nebraska is what you've learned in the movie Fargo, then it's time that you learn some new things!

Nebraska is a beautiful state and its largest city, Omaha, prides itself on maintaining and preserving that natural beauty of the state. Omaha's got mild summers and though it snows in the winter, it's rarely as cold as other Midwestern cities (that's you, Chicago!). Because of this, there's plenty to do for someone who loves the outdoors. From its botanical gardens to Heartland of America Park to the city's own nature reserve, Omaha's truly proud of its green spaces.

Omaha is also a hipster's paradise-- friendly and cozy bars and small venues make up the nightlight scene and the cities got several microbreweries open for touring and, well, drinking. The city is home to independent record label Saddle Creek, which attracts music nerds. Connor Oberst may not be a name that means anything to anyone else, but to 90's emo lovers, he's the local hero who made Omaha an indie oasis.

Considering a move to Omaha? You won’t regret it! Read on to learn more tips and tricks for renting in Omaha.

Omaha has a lower cost of living than the US average across that board. That means that tourists and locals alike enjoy the city's offerings at reasonable prices. Crime in Omaha is higher than other cities in Nebraska, but lower than most urban US cities. Like any city, it's important to do your research on neighborhoods in Omaha to avoid living in an unsafe rental.

Make a List of What You Want (Hint: Omaha Has It)

Unlike larger coastal cities, Omaha has reasonable rent. The housing market errs in the tenant's favor and at any given point in time, there's many apartments for rent. In Omaha, you can afford to be picky. Set a budget and make a list of what you want in a rental and hunker down with an apartment guide! You'll be happy to see how many options you have.

Decide How Much You Wanna Drive

Omaha is a city of drivers - it has public transit but a lot of people rely on private transportation. There's many townhomes for rent outside of the city center, but they'll require more commuting. If you want to in the thick of it all, you can still find cheap apartments that have high walkability. Look at an apartment finder circular to get an idea of what you'll get in either area and go from there.

Want Company?

If you're moving to Omaha for the first time, you may want to look for rooms for rent rather than studio apartments. Living with roommates or subletting is a great way to meet new people. Many people offer rooms in their apartments for rent and this is often much more affordable than signing your own yearly lease! Midwesterners are famously nice people, so living with roommates is a great way to meet new people and make friends and enjoy renting, here in Omaha!

Looking for a city that's oozing Midwestern charm but has all the amenities of a big metropolis? Consider Omaha, Nebraska. If the only thing you know about Nebraska is what you've learned in the movie Fargo, then it's time that you learn some new things!

Nebraska is a beautiful state and its largest city, Omaha, prides itself on maintaining and preserving that natural beauty of the state. Omaha's got mild summers and though it snows in the winter, it's rarely as cold as other Midwestern cities (that's you, Chicago!). Because of this, there's plenty to do for someone who loves the outdoors. From its botanical gardens to Heartland of America Park to the city's own nature reserve, Omaha's truly proud of its green spaces.

Omaha is also a hipster's paradise-- friendly and cozy bars and small venues make up the nightlight scene and the cities got several microbreweries open for touring and, well, drinking. The city is home to independent record label Saddle Creek, which attracts music nerds. Connor Oberst may not be a name that means anything to anyone else, but to 90's emo lovers, he's the local hero who made Omaha an indie oasis.

Considering a move to Omaha? You won’t regret it! Read on to learn more tips and tricks for renting in Omaha.

Omaha has a lower cost of living than the US average across that board. That means that tourists and locals alike enjoy the city's offerings at reasonable prices. Crime in Omaha is higher than other cities in Nebraska, but lower than most urban US cities. Like any city, it's important to do your research on neighborhoods in Omaha to avoid living in an unsafe rental.

Make a List of What You Want (Hint: Omaha Has It)

Unlike larger coastal cities, Omaha has reasonable rent. The housing market errs in the tenant's favor and at any given point in time, there's many apartments for rent. In Omaha, you can afford to be picky. Set a budget and make a list of what you want in a rental and hunker down with an apartment guide! You'll be happy to see how many options you have.

Decide How Much You Wanna Drive

Omaha is a city of drivers - it has public transit but a lot of people rely on private transportation. There's many townhomes for rent outside of the city center, but they'll require more commuting. If you want to in the thick of it all, you can still find cheap apartments that have high walkability. Look at an apartment finder circular to get an idea of what you'll get in either area and go from there.

Want Company?

If you're moving to Omaha for the first time, you may want to look for rooms for rent rather than studio apartments. Living with roommates or subletting is a great way to meet new people. Many people offer rooms in their apartments for rent and this is often much more affordable than signing your own yearly lease! Midwesterners are famously nice people, so living with roommates is a great way to meet new people and make friends and enjoy renting, here in Omaha!

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