Delaware, United States

Delaware, United States

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$950Per Month

811 N. Van Buren Street Apartment 2 811 N. Van Buren Street Apartment 2 Wilmington, DE#6106399

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $950

Cool Springs Rental, Available Now - Cool Springs/Trolley Square second floor apartment, available now. One bedroom, one bath unit with Central AC, off street parking and within walking distance of Cool Spring Park and Reservoir. REMARKS: 1)No pets permitted 2)No smoking permitted 3)Tenant responsible for utilities (gas, electric, heat, hot water) 4)Lawn care included 5)City trash, snow removal included 6)Tenant to use area rugs in high traffic areas of wood floors, floor protector

$900Per Month

2349 Patwynn Road 2349 Patwynn Road Wilmington, DE#6047831

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $900

Great Location and Value in Northern Wilmington - If you need quick access to 202 and I95 near Foulk and Naamans Rds in a quiet, safe neighborhood, look no further. 1 bedroom apartment with living room, kitchen, bathroom, basement for storage and a washer/dryer is available. No pets. Application: https://www.hemlane.com/listings/2349-patwynn-rd-wilmington-de-19810-usa/054f766b-f147-411e-af5a-9c286a8567a8 No Pets Allowed (RLNE5661315) Amenities

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Apartments for rent Delaware

Delaware is a state in the Mid Atlantic. It is bordered by 3 states including Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Delaware was named after an English colonialist. It is divided into 3 counties which include new castle, Kent and Sussex. Kent and Sussex are known for its agricultural economy while New castle is known for it being industrialized.

It is also known as the first state this is because it was the first state to ratify the constitution of United States in 1787. It is known for its infrastructure, education and tourism industries.  Delaware is known for its beautiful beaches coastal towns. There are boutiques, galleries to compliment every adventure and has many open spaces, such as gardens and parks to relax in with family and friends.

There are many types of apartment for rent in Delaware as 1 bedroom apartments for rent, 2 bedroom apartments for rent, 3 bedroom apartments for rent and even studio apartments are commonly found throughout the state of Delaware.  Known for it many universities including Delaware State University, Wilmington University and University of Delaware, there is a strong and vibrant student atmosphere across the state bringing energy and excitement to restaurants and nightlife throughout the state.  

The cost may differ on different locations. It may also differ depending on the amenities the apartment offers, or the size of the apartment. It is affordable and one's price range is in the market.

Apartment Rental Statistics Delaware

Rental Type Active
Listings
Minimum
Rent
Maximum
Rent
Average
Rent
Studio 1 $700 $700 $700
1 Bedroom 2 $900 $950 $925
2 Bedroom 26 $800 $2,500 $1,367
3 Bedroom 38 $900 $2,800 $1,506

Renting tips & advice

The fact that majority of people who are looking for apartment are students. Here are some tips that can help them when renting an apartment.

A Co-Signer May Be Needed For First Time Renter’s In Delaware

A co-signer should be financially stable and trustworthy. One you can rely on to be by your side like your parents. This is because in case you are unable to pay, they are meant to represent you by paying the rental fee.

Consider Getting Roommates To Reduce Living Costs

Getting roommates is a good idea. This is because you share the cost compared to if you were incurring the cost by yourself. Near the campus there is a few of single apartment hence may not have any option but to get a roommate. Make sure you know your roommate.

Compare Features and Amenities of Similar Properties

Unless it is your dream apartment, it is good to research on the type of apartment you want. Check on the price and the amenities it provides. You should know that it differs from one location to the other. When you have checked you may find a good deal where it has most needed amenities for a cheaper price. Then that is a good deal.

Ask For More Detailed Photos Of The Apartment

If you are in no position to visit the apartment itself and you don’t have family or friends in the area to view the apartment on your behalf, it is perfectly acceptable to ask the landlord to send you additional photos.  Never, under any circumstance, sign a lease before visiting the apartment for yourself.

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