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Apartments for Rent in Sacramento

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326 Apartments for Rent in Sacramento, CA.

2308 X Street,
Sacramento, CA

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,345 USD / month

1619 G Street,
Sacramento, CA

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,595 USD / month

1588 Morse Ave,
Sacramento, CA

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,250 USD / month

1588 Morse Ave,
Sacramento, CA

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,250 USD / month

1588 Morse Ave,
Sacramento, CA

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,250 USD / month

1818 X Street,
Sacramento, CA

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,925 USD / month

1225 F St,
Sacramento, CA

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,900 USD / month

3309 1st Ave,
Sacramento, CA

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,495 USD / month

1818 X Street,
Sacramento, CA

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,750 USD / month

2311 U Street,
Sacramento, CA

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,650 USD / month

1615 W. St.,
Sacramento, CA

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,800 USD / month

1717 W Street,
Sacramento, CA

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,600 USD / month

1721 W Street,
Sacramento, CA

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,095 USD / month
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1011 26th Street "B",
Sacramento, CA

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,795 USD / month
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Sacramento, the capitol of California, has become a vibrant city and great place to live for professionals and families of all ages. The decision to rent allows professionals to explore various living options and experience different neighborhoods before settling down in this rapidly growing city.

Sacramento offers rent to own homes, townhomes for rent, studio apartments for rent, and rooms to rent. There is also no shortage of cheap apartments for rent for those working with a tight budget. There are apartments for rent in many different neighborhoods, catering to all lifestyles. This outline can serve as a valuable tool - your apartment finder!

As Sacramento's midtown and downtown neighborhoods burst to life with new jobs and waves of professionals, rents in those areas have increased slightly. To live in the more coveted and metropolitan parts of Sacramento, renters will likely pay $1100-$1700 in monthly rent for apartments. However, there are many cheap apartments to be found in various, more suburban parts of Sacramento for a wide range of budgets.

Consider your lifestyle

The midtown and downtown areas of Sacramento offer that big city feel with less of the big city hassle. While the vast majority of Sacramento residence still own cars and use them daily, the downtown areas can be busy. If you thrive on the feeling of crowded streets, or blocks flooded with hip new restaurants, music events, and shopping, the midtown or downtown areas might be for you. If you like a slightly more quiet or easy to navigate neighborhood, Natomas, Land Park, or the area surrounding Sacramento State University might be right for you.

Factor in your budget

Overall, housing in Sacramento is more affordable than other more populous urban areas, but keeping a budget will help you find the right apartment for your needs and wallet. This should be a big factor in your apartment guide - it will help you zone in on neighborhoods and housing size to determine if a studio, townhouse, or room is what you can afford. Once you figure out your budget - you'll be delighted to know there's housing for all price ranges in Sacramento.

Prioritize what's important

Do you have children that need to be in a strong school district? Are you looking for a pool to cope with those hot summer months? Can you afford the HOA fees that accompany the on-site gym? Would you prefer to be close to the office, or have jogging trail behind your home? Making a list of priorities will also narrow the apartment search: maybe you should explore the single-family homes available in East Sacramento, Fair Oaks, or in River Park. Spend some time adjusting the advanced filters on ApartmentLove.com to find the perfect place!

Seize the right opportunity

If you find a place that seems perfect, odds are that someone else is thinking the same thing! After creating your budget and priority list, don't hesitate to contact rental agencies or owners for a viewing or application when you find an apartment for rent, townhome for rent, studio for rent, or room for rent that meets all your qualifications! Welcome to Sacramento - ApartmentLove.com should be a valuable tool in helping you find the perfect apartment.

Good Luck!

Sacramento, the capitol of California, has become a vibrant city and great place to live for professionals and families of all ages. The decision to rent allows professionals to explore various living options and experience different neighborhoods before settling down in this rapidly growing city.

Sacramento offers rent to own homes, townhomes for rent, studio apartments for rent, and rooms to rent. There is also no shortage of cheap apartments for rent for those working with a tight budget. There are apartments for rent in many different neighborhoods, catering to all lifestyles. This outline can serve as a valuable tool - your apartment finder!

As Sacramento's midtown and downtown neighborhoods burst to life with new jobs and waves of professionals, rents in those areas have increased slightly. To live in the more coveted and metropolitan parts of Sacramento, renters will likely pay $1100-$1700 in monthly rent for apartments. However, there are many cheap apartments to be found in various, more suburban parts of Sacramento for a wide range of budgets.

Consider your lifestyle

The midtown and downtown areas of Sacramento offer that big city feel with less of the big city hassle. While the vast majority of Sacramento residence still own cars and use them daily, the downtown areas can be busy. If you thrive on the feeling of crowded streets, or blocks flooded with hip new restaurants, music events, and shopping, the midtown or downtown areas might be for you. If you like a slightly more quiet or easy to navigate neighborhood, Natomas, Land Park, or the area surrounding Sacramento State University might be right for you.

Factor in your budget

Overall, housing in Sacramento is more affordable than other more populous urban areas, but keeping a budget will help you find the right apartment for your needs and wallet. This should be a big factor in your apartment guide - it will help you zone in on neighborhoods and housing size to determine if a studio, townhouse, or room is what you can afford. Once you figure out your budget - you'll be delighted to know there's housing for all price ranges in Sacramento.

Prioritize what's important

Do you have children that need to be in a strong school district? Are you looking for a pool to cope with those hot summer months? Can you afford the HOA fees that accompany the on-site gym? Would you prefer to be close to the office, or have jogging trail behind your home? Making a list of priorities will also narrow the apartment search: maybe you should explore the single-family homes available in East Sacramento, Fair Oaks, or in River Park. Spend some time adjusting the advanced filters on ApartmentLove.com to find the perfect place!

Seize the right opportunity

If you find a place that seems perfect, odds are that someone else is thinking the same thing! After creating your budget and priority list, don't hesitate to contact rental agencies or owners for a viewing or application when you find an apartment for rent, townhome for rent, studio for rent, or room for rent that meets all your qualifications! Welcome to Sacramento - ApartmentLove.com should be a valuable tool in helping you find the perfect apartment.

Good Luck!

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