Vermont, United States

Vermont, United States

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$1,050Per Month

79-93 Main St 79-93M 79-93 Main St 79-93M Brattleboro, VT#6266807

  • 1 Bed
  • 0 Bath
  • $1,050

Prime Store Front at Main & Elliot Streets - ***please note: In compliance with the CDC, we are working from home. to reach Chrys, please call 802-254-6200 or email her directly at chrys_peck@yahoo.com*** Prime, High visibility Main Street store front available. Located at Brattleboro's busiest foot traffic intersection, Main Street and Elliot. This is a rare opportunity for the right business. Over 2,000 square feet, plus storeroom & work shop. Recently remodeled, includes: - 2 large di

$1,200Per Month

64 Old Academy St- Senior Housing 64 Old Academy St- Senior Housing Fairfax, VT#6589734

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,200

Age 55+ One Bedroom, all utilities included. - Property Id: 255774 Are you 55 or older looking for a new home? We will have spacious, one bedroom apartments in an adult community setting in Fairfax that just opened! Brand new building with beautiful Mansfield views. One bedrooms start at $1100. The pictures attached to this posting is $1200/month with a balcony and views. All new appliances. Tenant is responsible for cable and internet. A/c is included with your utilities. Pets are allowed wi

$1,200Per Month

30 Lafayette Place 30 Lafayette Place Burlington, VT#6468546

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,200

Conveniently Located 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath Furnished/Unfurnished Apartment in the heart of Burlington - 30 Lafayette Place, Apt #4 is near the end of a quiet street within a block of the award-winning Church Street Marketplace. You can walk to work or classes up the hill to UVM, Champlain College or the UVM Medical Center. The vibrant waterfront and bike path are also a short walk away. Easy access to I-89. Nearby schools, shops and restaurants, all within walking distance. This is a non-smoking b

$1,200Per Month

256 US Route 5 South 256 US Route 5 South Norwich, VT#6622269

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,200

1 BR/1 BA $1200 heat, hot water and electric included - Norwich, VT 1 Bedroom Apt $1200 includes Heat, HW and Electric Available Sept 1 Norwich, VT. 2nd floor Cute kitchen with storage closet, living room, 1 BR with closet space. Full bath with shower. Large yard. Mowing, Plowing & Trash provided by the Landlord. Short drive to DHMC & Hanover/Dartmouth and shopping plazas. Walk to Advance Bus stop $1200 monthly rent, $1200 Security Deposit No pets. No smoking. Rental application required

$1,250Per Month

Park St Park St Essex Junction, VT#6589297

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,250

New 55+ Independent Senior Housing - 1 bedroom apt - Property Id: 237001 New 55+ Senior Housing beautiful apartment building in Essex! 43 Studios and 1 bedroom apartments with heat, electric, and hot water included! Prices range from $1000-1250. VERY CONVENIENT LOCATION TO 5 CORNERS! EASY WALKING TO SHOPS AND RESTAURANTS! Small dog or cat up to 30lbs allowed with pet deposit. Application process and deposit required. Please message or email for more information. Handysrentals@yahoo.com

$1,300Per Month

20 Joy Drive 20 Joy Drive South Burlington, VT#6610721

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,300

One Bedroom including Heat! - One bedroom unit in a secured building in a quiet area of South Burlington, walking distance to shopping and restaurants and a short drive to UVM, FAHC and I 89. The rent includes HEAT, hot water, and trash removal and off street parking. Available for 1 year lease, Sorry NO PETS No Pets Allowed (RLNE2693224) Amenities No Dogs Allowed No Cats Allowed Parking Smoke Free

$1,350Per Month

245 North Ave 245 North Ave Burlington, VT#6603608

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,350

Charming One Bedroom right by Scout Coffee - Super tidy and bright 1 bedroom unit in a great location close to downtown and just a short walk to the bike path and the park on the water! You'll enjoy your own private porch, secure entry, and 1 off-street parking spot. Plus you're right next to Scout for those early morning coffee runs. Nice and newly renovated 1 bedroom apartments on North Ave., Burlington. Unique apartment with kitchen and dining nook. Curved door arches add to the charm of th

$1,400Per Month

4 Hickok Pl Apt A 4 Hickok Pl Apt A Burlington, VT#6612886

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,400

Walk to UVM & Church St , waterfront & UVMMC. Heat Included. High ceilings, pocket door. Parking. Small office area large living room and kitchen. No Pets Allowed (RLNE361614)HEAT INCLUDED! 9 foot ceilings in this large 1 bedroom . Heat included. No pets or indoor smoking. Amenities Smoke Free Unfurnished Other - ONSITE LAUNDRY Oven Range Refrigerator 12 Months

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Apartments for rent Vermont

One of the lesser populated states in theUS, a little over 600,000 people call Vermont home. Remember the quaint, littleStratford Inn in Vermont on Newhart? Thousands flock to Middlebury, Vermont tovisit a similar inn in Middlebury, Vermont. That is what most remember aboutVermont, its quaint, but picturesque nature scenes. The Green Mountains set thescene for the majority of the green space. Bordered by Massachusetts, NewHampshire, New York, and Lake Champlain, Vermont is an attractive touristdestination, especially since it shares an international border with Quebec.

A cold, snowy winter drives winter sportsenthusiasts by the droves to Vermont for skiing, snowboarding, sledding, iceskating, and other winter activities. While most of summer is mild at best,Vermont does manage a hot and muggy August. Prospective tenants will want tokeep a list of their must have features and amenities. From indoor pools andsaunas to movie theaters and even heated, covered parking, prospective tenantsare likely to run across those little extras they are unwilling to pay forwhile they begin searching for apartments for rent or rent to own homes.

Vermont's economy is built on governmentjobs, real estate, manufacturing, agriculture, and retail jobs. Incomes rangefrom average to moderate. Whether prospective tenants are looking forapartments for rent, rent to own homes, studio apartments, townhomes for rent,or just rooms for rent, they need to be mindful of their monthly budget andlive within their means, if they are going to find the rental property of theirdreams.

Apartment Rental Statistics Vermont

Rental Type Active
Listings
Minimum
Rent
Maximum
Rent
Average
Rent
Studio 22 $550 $2,000 $1,273
1 Bedroom 28 $750 $1,675 $1,200
2 Bedroom 20 $775 $2,200 $1,234
3 Bedroom 7 $925 $3,995 $1,840

Renting tips & advice

When looking for rental property inVermont, prospective tenants will need more than just an apartment rentalguide. They should consider the following before signing any long term leasesor contracts:

Student Apartments And Rooms For Rent

Vermont is likely to be full of small,quaint college towns that have large homes with rooms for rent. However, if thenumber of rooms for rent are outnumbered by the number of prospective studenttenants looking for housing, colleges and universities likely offer off-campushousing for students. This will likely be affordable housing that could becovered by a work-study program or even covered through the student's tuition.

Age of Apartment Buildings in Vermont

Yes, Vermont may be quaint and small, butthat does not mean it does not keep up with the times. Landlords and propertyowners who are on top of their game are aware of the wants and needs ofprospective tenants, and they do their best to keep their properties updatedwith the most popular features and amenities. The easiest way to find out if adwelling is actually how the ad reads is to take a thorough tour. Find out ifthe breakfast nook is actually a nook or a small area with a table crammed in.Find out if there is actually room to walk into the walk-in closet. Prospectivetenants should never settle for less than they want.

Student Apartments And Rooms For Rent In Vermont

Yes, Vermont may be quaint and small, butthat does not mean it does not keep up with the times. Landlords and propertyowners who are on top of their game are aware of the wants and needs ofprospective tenants, and they do their best to keep their properties updatedwith the most popular features and amenities. The easiest way to find out if adwelling is actually how the ad reads is to take a thorough tour. Find out ifthe breakfast nook is actually a nook or a small area with a table crammed in.Find out if there is actually room to walk into the walk-in closet. Prospectivetenants should never settle for less than they want.

Renting Apartments In Large Cities

While Vermont is a small, quaint state,probably no one ever considers it can be a breeding ground for criminalactivity. Before prospective tenants sign long term leases or contracts, theyshould plan on visiting the apartment for rent or rent to own home severaltimes throughout the day, including during the night, to see how theneighborhood changes from hour to hour. Being aware of any problems thecommunity has with crime will make a difference in keeping the prospectivetenant happy and safe in their new home.

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