Apartments for Rent in orlando, florida

Enjoying Orlando

There's plenty to enjoy when you're renting an apartment in Orlando, "The City Beautiful!" The city is on the rise, literally and figuratively. Look across the horizon and you'll see. From brand new music venues and research facilities, to state-of-the-art medical centers and modern apartment complexes, Orlando is overflowing with new buildings and job opportunities. With such growth, Orlando has plenty to offer families, recent college grads, new retirees, and beach-going visitors.

Deemed the "most visited city in the U.S.," Orlando is a major tourist destination and home to two of the most popular theme parks, Universal Orlando Resort and SeaWorld Orlando, in addition to dozens of other adventure parks.

In addition to being a premier vacation spot, Orlando is also a premier place to live. More than 250,000 people call Orlando home, and you can bet they're not spending their days at tourist attractions and theme parks. They're splurging at one of Orlando's many outlet malls, dining at a neighborhood cafe, or cracking up at a comedy club!

Renting in Orlando: Furnished Apartments, Short-Term Rentals, Studios & More

If you're renting an apartment in Orlando, you can expect to pay a little more than the national average. The cost of housing in this Sun Belt city is 3% higher than the national average.

The average rental rate for one bedroom apartments in Orlando is $1,162 and the average rate for a two bedroom apartment is $1,368 (as of August 2016). Note that your rental price will vary depending on your proximity to downtown, whether you choose a fully furnished apartment or plan to furnish it on your own, and whether you choose a longer lease or opt for a short, month-to-month lease in Orlando.

There are approximately 115 neighborhoods within the city limits of Orlando, and most host large developments and apartment complexes. The most affordable neighborhoods for those looking to rent are Lake Sunset, Rio Grande Park, and Rosemont. Cheap Orlando apartments can typically be found in the neighborhoods of College Park, Monterey, Rosemont.

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