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519 S. Beech Street, Syracuse, New York
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  • 23 Jul 2021
$2,126 USD / month
Queens St,, Long Island City, New York
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  • 06 Jun 2021
$1,987 USD / month
Crescent St,, Long Island City, New York
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$2,246 USD / month
27 Avenue C, New York NY 03B#, New York, New York
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$2,292 USD / month
CENTER BLVD, LIC, New York
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$2,152 USD / month
Hunter St,, Long Island City, New York
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$1,558 USD / month
316 W 14th St, New York NY 19#, New York, New York
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$1,800 USD / month
3440 Guider Ave 4B, Brooklyn, New York
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  • 01 Jun 2021
$2,242 USD / month
Ashland Pl, Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn, New York
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$1,975 USD / month
89th Ave, Jamaica NY, Jamaica, New York
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$2,108 USD / month
24 Jane St, New York NY 3C#, New York, New York
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$1,500 USD / month
221 Rockaway Ave, Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn, New York
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$1,272 USD / month
Ravine Avenue, Yonkers, New York
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$1,700 USD / month
Tinton Ave, Bronx, New York
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$1,735 USD / month
Tinton Ave, Bronx, New York
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$2,329 USD / month
166 2nd Ave 14C, New York, New York
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$2,640 USD / month
124 E 24th St 5J, New York, New York
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$1,900 USD / month
66 main st, Yonkers, New York
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$1,800 USD / month
66 MAIN ST, Yonkers, New York
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$1,600 USD / month
316 west 96th street 4, New York, New York
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$550 USD / month
778-780 Genesee Street, Rochester, New York
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$575 USD / month
370 Melville St., Rochester, New York
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$750 USD / month
460 Broad Street, Waverly, New York
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$2,450 USD / month
Avenue C, New York NY, New York, New York
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Apartments for rent New York

Of the nearly 20 million people that call New York State home, almost half of them live in New York City. New York is the fourth most populous and seventh most densely populated state in the US. Bordered by New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont, New York is an attractive tourist destination that claims an international border with Canada. Given New York's unique climate, it can attract tourists at any time of the year. A diversified climate attracts winter enthusiasts, as well as spring and summer lovers. New York is even a great place to be in the fall with the leaves changing colors. Upstate New York enjoys four season changes, including a warm summer and a cold winter. New York City has the four season changes, however, temperatures are milder and the weather is more quiet, compared to Upstate New York. Whether you enjoy living in a small town where everyone knows everybody, or you love the big city life, New York has everything you are looking for and more.

A growing and diversified economy has created a growing real estate market in most of the larger suburban areas across New York State. Most larger cities have seen an economic boost in some of their downtown locations, and the existing real estate has been improved, or rebuilt altogether. New jobs and economic developments have placed a high demand on New York apartments for rent. From indoor pools and saunas to exercise facilities and even covered parking, individual apartment buildings and upscale apartment complexes have reaped in the benefits of this growing demand.  Prospective tenants looking for green space, top of the line amenities, and apartments for rent or rent to own homes will be happy with the abundance of options the State of New York has to offer.

It probably goes without saying that New York City is the most expensive city to live in within New York State. Incomes in New York City may be stronger than most areas in the state, but a strong nightlife and demand for cheap apartments can easily cause monthly expenses to rise. It is not a difficult task to find affordable NYC apartments for rent or rent to own homes that are available in any apartment guide.

Apartment Rentals New York ActiveListings Minimum Rent Maximum Rent
Studio Apartments for Rent 1,141 $95 $30,000
1 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 2,927 $300 $10,500
2 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 2,402 $466 $36,000
3 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 1,531 $200 $110,000

New York Apartments For Rent

While moving to a large city, like New York City or even Buffalo or Albany, can be exciting, you need to be mindful of crime statistics and how quickly neighborhoods may change in any given condition. Get a good sense of the community by visiting apartments for rent or rent to own homes both during the day and night before signing any lease or contract.

Student Apartments For Rent In New York

New York State is very rich when it comes to furthering your education. It is the home to 200 colleges and universities. In some areas, the towns and villages grew up around the educational institutions. Plenty of cheap apartments should be available for rent in the areas that surround the colleges and universities. Some colleges and universities may even own student apartments off campus, so its students may enjoy the big city life.

Construction Of New York Apartment Buildings

Many of the downtown areas in the larger cities in New York are experiencing economic growth, meaning many rundown properties are being purchased and converted into new apartments for rent. Growing in popularity are the loft style apartments, especially in Buffalo, Syracuse, and Utica. As the demand for apartments for rent and rent to own homes grows, you can expect more properties to be converted to luxury style apartments, featuring top of the line amenities. It is recommended that prospective tenants agree to shorter term leases in order to take full advantage of this growing trend.

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Apartment Rentals New York ActiveListings Minimum Rent Maximum Rent
Studio Apartments for Rent 1,141 $95 $30,000
1 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 2,927 $300 $10,500
2 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 2,402 $466 $36,000
3 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 1,531 $200 $110,000

Of the nearly 20 million people that call New York State home, almost half of them live in New York City. New York is the fourth most populous and seventh most densely populated state in the US. Bordered by New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont, New York is an attractive tourist destination that claims an international border with Canada. Given New York's unique climate, it can attract tourists at any time of the year. A diversified climate attracts winter enthusiasts, as well as spring and summer lovers. New York is even a great place to be in the fall with the leaves changing colors. Upstate New York enjoys four season changes, including a warm summer and a cold winter. New York City has the four season changes, however, temperatures are milder and the weather is more quiet, compared to Upstate New York. Whether you enjoy living in a small town where everyone knows everybody, or you love the big city life, New York has everything you are looking for and more.

A growing and diversified economy has created a growing real estate market in most of the larger suburban areas across New York State. Most larger cities have seen an economic boost in some of their downtown locations, and the existing real estate has been improved, or rebuilt altogether. New jobs and economic developments have placed a high demand on New York apartments for rent. From indoor pools and saunas to exercise facilities and even covered parking, individual apartment buildings and upscale apartment complexes have reaped in the benefits of this growing demand.  Prospective tenants looking for green space, top of the line amenities, and apartments for rent or rent to own homes will be happy with the abundance of options the State of New York has to offer.

It probably goes without saying that New York City is the most expensive city to live in within New York State. Incomes in New York City may be stronger than most areas in the state, but a strong nightlife and demand for cheap apartments can easily cause monthly expenses to rise. It is not a difficult task to find affordable NYC apartments for rent or rent to own homes that are available in any apartment guide.

New York Apartments For Rent

While moving to a large city, like New York City or even Buffalo or Albany, can be exciting, you need to be mindful of crime statistics and how quickly neighborhoods may change in any given condition. Get a good sense of the community by visiting apartments for rent or rent to own homes both during the day and night before signing any lease or contract.

Student Apartments For Rent In New York

New York State is very rich when it comes to furthering your education. It is the home to 200 colleges and universities. In some areas, the towns and villages grew up around the educational institutions. Plenty of cheap apartments should be available for rent in the areas that surround the colleges and universities. Some colleges and universities may even own student apartments off campus, so its students may enjoy the big city life.

Construction Of New York Apartment Buildings

Many of the downtown areas in the larger cities in New York are experiencing economic growth, meaning many rundown properties are being purchased and converted into new apartments for rent. Growing in popularity are the loft style apartments, especially in Buffalo, Syracuse, and Utica. As the demand for apartments for rent and rent to own homes grows, you can expect more properties to be converted to luxury style apartments, featuring top of the line amenities. It is recommended that prospective tenants agree to shorter term leases in order to take full advantage of this growing trend.

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