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6,157 Apartments for Rent in Pennsylvania, United States.

4101 Baltimore Avenue, Philadelphia, PA - 875 USD/ month
916 Beaver Grade Road, Moon Township, PA - 1,535 USD/ month
4518 Osage Avenue, Philadelphia, PA - 1,600 USD/ month
2123 Shady Ave, Pittsburgh, PA - 900 USD/ month

2123 Shady Ave,
Pittsburgh, PA

  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
  • $900 USD / month
1813 W Berks St, Philadelphia, PA - 1,350 USD/ month

1813 W Berks St,
Philadelphia, PA

  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,350 USD / month
350 N. York Rd, Hatboro, PA - 1,595 USD/ month

350 N. York Rd,
Hatboro, PA

  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,595 USD / month
1431 Maple Street, Pottstown, PA - 1,050 USD/ month

1431 Maple Street,
Pottstown, PA

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,050 USD / month
325 N 40th B, Philadelphia, PA - 1,450 USD/ month

325 N 40th B,
Philadelphia, PA

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,450 USD / month
535 E. Mifflin St., Lancaster, PA - 1,095 USD/ month

535 E. Mifflin St.,
Lancaster, PA

  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,095 USD / month
843-877 Southgate Drive, State College, PA - 995 USD/ month
2650 W. 38Th Street, Erie, PA - 895 USD/ month

2650 W. 38Th Street,
Erie, PA

  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • $895 USD / month
4431 Spruce St, Philadelphia, PA - 870 USD/ month
368 SOUTH SECOND STREET, Steelton, PA - 895 USD/ month
1712 Cecil B Moore Ave., Philadelphia, PA - 1,650 USD/ month
25 ½ & 27 Belmont Street, Carbondale, PA - 1,295 USD/ month
925 California Avenue, Avalon, PA - 880 USD/ month
3707 Powelton Ave Studio, Philadelphia, PA - 1,000 USD/ month
4431 Spruce St, Philadelphia, PA - 980 USD/ month
209 N 36th Street, Philadelphia, PA - 1,195 USD/ month
4224 Osage Ave, Philadelphia, PA - 830 USD/ month
1415 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, PA - 1,500 USD/ month
5712 Phillips Ave, Pittsburgh, PA - 1,125 USD/ month

5712 Phillips Ave,
Pittsburgh, PA

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,125 USD / month
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Pennsylvania is a delightful mix of bustling cities, sprawling suburbs, and thousands of acres of farmland and preserved forests. The Appalachian Trail runs through the eastern part of the state. Lake effect snow off of Lake Erie often causes headaches in the northwest. The harsh winters make AWD or 4WD a necessity; The kind of public transit seen in major east coast cities, like New York City, just isn't seen outside of Philadelphia and it's rare to live within walking distance from a resident's workplace. Although the state has just two major cities of renown--Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, it's centrally located between New York City, the Jersey Shore, Columbus, and Washington D.C. The state houses over 12 million residents with a large population of former New York City occupants, who commute back to the city on its eastern border for work. For those looking for apartments, townhouses, or houses for rent, Penn's Woods offers a variety of housing opportunities.

For the most part, finding apartments to rent outside of the major and minor cities of Pennsylvania may be difficult. More common are townhouses for rent. Generally, the rent is higher for less space in the city areas. In turn, the rent is lower or about the same for more space in the rural areas. Renters may even be able to rent a farm or find a property with enough land to have horses.

Apartments in the larger cities will go fast, so be prepared to pay the deposit and 1st months and last month’s rent soon after viewing the apartment. Apartment owners will also require a credit check and/or a background check before any prospective renter moves into the apartment. In some cases, they may even require references from previous renting situations.

Damage Deposit

In Pennsylvania, paying a damage deposit is commonplace when renting apartments, houses or townhouses. It's usually equal to one month's rent. If the property is damage-free at the end of the rental agreement, the renter receives the money back. It's rare for that to happen, particularly if staying longer than six months.

Features and Amenities

Pennsylvania is a large territory. There is Philadelphia in the southeast. Harrisburg and Pittsburgh are also large cities in the state. Most of the state is farmland, suburbs and forest. Renters might find apart off-street parking commonplace in the smaller cities and suburbs. Apartment complexes are rare outside of cities, so it's more likely renters will find townhouses for rent in less populated areas. These complexes usually have a variety of amenities, such as tennis courts, laundry rooms, and garage parking. Of courses, these amenities vary from city to suburb. Generally speaking, the eastern side of the state is more suburban than the western side of the state. Apartments and townhouses are generally more common on the eastern area of the state.

Life Outside of the Cities

Either rent to own homes or rental houses are the more available to rent in the less populated areas. The amenities on these properties could range anywhere from acres of land, outbuildings, livestock shelters, paved driveways, decks, pools, and lots of trees. In the more rural suburb areas, renters will find above ground pools to be a regular feature. The hot summer sun in the valleys and plains of the state make this a necessity along with central conditioning. Older houses, particularly those built before the 1990s do not have central air.

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Pennsylvania is a delightful mix of bustling cities, sprawling suburbs, and thousands of acres of farmland and preserved forests. The Appalachian Trail runs through the eastern part of the state. Lake effect snow off of Lake Erie often causes headaches in the northwest. The harsh winters make AWD or 4WD a necessity; The kind of public transit seen in major east coast cities, like New York City, just isn't seen outside of Philadelphia and it's rare to live within walking distance from a resident's workplace. Although the state has just two major cities of renown--Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, it's centrally located between New York City, the Jersey Shore, Columbus, and Washington D.C. The state houses over 12 million residents with a large population of former New York City occupants, who commute back to the city on its eastern border for work. For those looking for apartments, townhouses, or houses for rent, Penn's Woods offers a variety of housing opportunities.

For the most part, finding apartments to rent outside of the major and minor cities of Pennsylvania may be difficult. More common are townhouses for rent. Generally, the rent is higher for less space in the city areas. In turn, the rent is lower or about the same for more space in the rural areas. Renters may even be able to rent a farm or find a property with enough land to have horses.

Apartments in the larger cities will go fast, so be prepared to pay the deposit and 1st months and last month’s rent soon after viewing the apartment. Apartment owners will also require a credit check and/or a background check before any prospective renter moves into the apartment. In some cases, they may even require references from previous renting situations.

Damage Deposit

In Pennsylvania, paying a damage deposit is commonplace when renting apartments, houses or townhouses. It's usually equal to one month's rent. If the property is damage-free at the end of the rental agreement, the renter receives the money back. It's rare for that to happen, particularly if staying longer than six months.

Features and Amenities

Pennsylvania is a large territory. There is Philadelphia in the southeast. Harrisburg and Pittsburgh are also large cities in the state. Most of the state is farmland, suburbs and forest. Renters might find apart off-street parking commonplace in the smaller cities and suburbs. Apartment complexes are rare outside of cities, so it's more likely renters will find townhouses for rent in less populated areas. These complexes usually have a variety of amenities, such as tennis courts, laundry rooms, and garage parking. Of courses, these amenities vary from city to suburb. Generally speaking, the eastern side of the state is more suburban than the western side of the state. Apartments and townhouses are generally more common on the eastern area of the state.

Life Outside of the Cities

Either rent to own homes or rental houses are the more available to rent in the less populated areas. The amenities on these properties could range anywhere from acres of land, outbuildings, livestock shelters, paved driveways, decks, pools, and lots of trees. In the more rural suburb areas, renters will find above ground pools to be a regular feature. The hot summer sun in the valleys and plains of the state make this a necessity along with central conditioning. Older houses, particularly those built before the 1990s do not have central air.

Apartment Rentals Pennsylvania ActiveListings Minimum Rent Maximum Rent
Studio Apartments for Rent 542 $35 $5,990
1 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 2,558 $135 $3,975
2 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 2,383 $550 $5,357
3 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 555 $700 $5,675

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