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9022 NE 28th Street 9022 NE 28th Street Clyde Hill, WA#5050164

  • 5 Bed
  • 5.5 Bath
  • $9,000
$8,500Per Month

4728 16th Ave NE 4728 16th Ave NE Seattle, WA#5101045

  • 8 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • $8,500
$7,500Per Month

1521 2nd Avenue 1603 1521 2nd Avenue 1603 Seattle, WA#5097415

  • 2 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • $7,500
$7,000Per Month

1231 Chuckanut Drive 1231 Chuckanut Drive Bellingham, WA#5056536

  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • $7,000
$6,795Per Month

5040 16th Ave NE 5040 16th Ave NE Seattle, WA#4978293

  • 8 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • $6,795
$6,500Per Month

188 W. Anderson Rd. 188 W. Anderson Rd. Sequim, WA#5128553

  • 4 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • $6,500
$6,450Per Month

4201 SW Donald St 4201 SW Donald St Seattle, WA#5074587

  • 4 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • $6,450
$6,400Per Month

4660 NE 89TH ST 4660 NE 89TH ST Seattle, WA#5160873

  • 4 Bed
  • 4.5 Bath
  • $6,400
$6,400Per Month

1521 2nd Avenue 2902 1521 2nd Avenue 2902 Seattle, WA#5097520

  • 2 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • $6,400
$6,395Per Month

3043 NW 69th St. 3043 NW 69th St. Seattle, WA#5123401

  • 5 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • $6,395
$6,100Per Month

7425 81st Place SE 7425 81st Place SE Mercer Island, WA#5166949

  • 4 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • $6,100
$6,000Per Month

17288 SE 57th Pl 17288 SE 57th Pl Bellevue, WA#5154784

  • 4 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • $6,000
$5,999Per Month

4001 W Dravus St 4001 W Dravus St Seattle, WA#5087936

  • 4 Bed
  • 4.5 Bath
  • $5,999
$5,975Per Month

2503 33rd Ave S 2503 33rd Ave S Seattle, WA#5082962

  • 5 Bed
  • 4 Bath
  • $5,975
$5,845Per Month

24114 E. Greystone Lane 24114 E. Greystone Lane Woodway, WA#5171708

  • 5 Bed
  • 4 Bath
  • $5,845
$5,695Per Month

9510 9th Ave NW 9510 9th Ave NW Seattle, WA#5071897

  • 5 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • $5,695
$5,500Per Month

1337 NE 106th St 1337 NE 106th St Seattle, WA#5173728

  • 4 Bed
  • 4 Bath
  • $5,500
$5,450Per Month

23010 SE 178th Pl 23010 SE 178th Pl Maple Valley, WA#4608374

  • 5 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • $5,450
$5,295Per Month

14858 NE 155th Pl. 14858 NE 155th Pl. Woodinville, WA#4622303

  • 4 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • $5,295
$5,200Per Month

938 18th Ave E 938 18th Ave E Seattle, WA#5047343

  • 3 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • $5,200
$5,095Per Month

2856 14th Ave W 2856 14th Ave W Seattle, WA#5070765

  • 4 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • $5,095
$5,000Per Month

5706 143rd Pl SE 5706 143rd Pl SE Bellevue, WA#5184096

  • 4 Bed
  • 2.5 Bath
  • $5,000
$4,997Per Month

2541 Mayfair Ave N 2541 Mayfair Ave N Seattle, WA#5165077

  • 5 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • $4,997
$4,995Per Month

5413 21st Ave. NE 5413 21st Ave. NE Seattle, WA#4969223

  • 8 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • $4,995
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Apartments for rent Washington

Washington state, located on the Western portion of the United States was named after the first president of the United States, George Washington. The state has fantastic views, majestic mountains and bays carved out of glaciers. It has something to offer everyone in terms of mountain climbing, rain forests to explore and some terrific farmland. The state is a large producer of many fruits and vegetables and it is the largest producer of lumber.

Washington is a desirable state to rent an apartment from simply due to its multitude of industries and semi-mild temperate climate. The weather changes depending on where in the state you are located, with the west coast being wetter and more dry, arid weather in the East. The state has world class cities including Seattle and Spokane where the majority of the population resides.

Cost of living

Washington is not an inexpensive state with house prices being one of the highest in the country, and apartment or condo rents hovering above the nation's average. The average salary is comparable to other parts of the country, but with the higher cost of living, make sure you have the budget for it. The upside of Washington state is there is no other state with the diversity of geography or climate with even Seattle having gorgeous views of the mountains.

Apartment Rental Statistics Washington

Rental Type Active
Listings
Minimum
Rent
Maximum
Rent
Average
Rent
Studio 515 $35 $3,850 $1,213
1 Bedroom 989 $300 $3,449 $1,322
2 Bedroom 1,504 $425 $7,500 $1,563
3 Bedroom 1,857 $515 $9,000 $2,255

Renting tips & advice

When renting a condo, townhouse, room for rent or apartment, you should keep certain things in mind.

Repair Costs Must Be in Writing

One thing tenants should know about renting an apartment in Washington state, is that if there are any repairs to be made, the request must be in writing. It is recommended to have copies of all documentation made to the landlord and get copies of anything you sign. You can ensure the request was received by sending it first class.

Get Receipts for Rent Paid

By law the landlord must provide a receipt of payment for rent paid or any payment made if you request it. You could also make photocopies of checks or money orders and send it along with a letter stating how much rent was paid. You can also mark the check or money order with the month's name and state that is for rent purposes only.

No Rent Control in State of Washington

In the state of Washington, when you rent a townhouse, condo or apartment, there is no rent control. When your lease term has ended, there are no restrictions on how much your landlord can raise your rent. The landlord must provide at least a 30-days written notice of increase in rent, and in 60-days written notice if renting in Seattle, WA.

Non-Refundable Fees

The state of Washington does allow for non-refundable fees for things like pet deposits. This means if you have a pet, you might be required to pay an additional security deposit in the event your pet causes damage to the apartment, rent to own home or condo. It will be up to the landlord, but the state does allow for non-refundable fees in this case. So it is possible you might not receive your security deposit back if you have pets.

Bring Your Documentation with You

It is a good idea when looking at rentals to bring your ID, Social Security number, bank account numbers, credit check and any references from previous landlords. It is recommended to bring either a statement of income, pay stub or hiring letter to prove you do have employment. The letter is if you are new to the area.

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