Baltimore Local Guide


Introducing Baltimore, Maryland

Welcome to the ApartmentHomeLiving local rentals overview for Baltimore. Baltimore features 476 local submarkets. Apartment shoppers who live in this city have many reasons to play, live, and work here. Apartment residents pick Baltimore for many different preferences, which most often include location, pricing education and schools, and the life they have when living in this municipal area. Our team has researched all these factors for choosing Baltimore, Maryland. Filter and search through 3,709 apartment communities built and ready for move-in in and around this town.

Lifestyle Ratings

Our team is happy to bring you our detailed rental analysis called 'Lifestyle Ratings' - a comparison of neighborhoods, cities, and rental properties across Maryland, including Baltimore. Lifestyle Ratings show you the best fit for your needs and interests. This takes in many factors including rankings of the best places for proximity to parks, luxury amenities, multifamily communities for the kids, raising pets, transit options, and more. Use Lifestyle Search in the site filter options on this page - and find your Perfect place!

Getting Around Baltimore

This area is really good for walking and exercising on foot, rated far better than many other cities in Maryland. Baltimore is the kind of place that the urban density, roads, sidewalks, and businesses are such that a truly urban lifestyle is possible where you don't need to own a vehicle and can get along perfectly well without one for most daily needs and shopping outings.

Going out for bike rides is popular in this town. Are you a bike rider? If so, you will be exited to see Baltimore. This city is rated highly for Bike Score, BikeScore is an independent ranking based on the availability of bike lanes, proximity of bikeable destinations, and individual feedback from thousands of avid bicyclists.

Schools in Baltimore, MD

For parents with school-age students, make sure to find out what education opportunities serve the multifamily communities you are shopping for. Choosing a rental is an opportunity to benefit your kids with fantastic schools. Our researchers help you determine the most favorable choice for your school-age children by providing school info with each rental home or apartment listing on our site. Ask the leasing staff or owner at your home and apartment about attendence zoning.

For children in the 13-18 year-old range the highest-rated high school in this municipal area is Baltimore Design School. For students take a look at Dallas F. Nicholas Sr. Elementary, the highest-rated elementary school in this area. Many students from nearby University of Baltimore call this area home.

Baltimore Points of Interest

Maryland Zoo in Baltimore is close by. People who call this area home have ZIP Code 21201.

Pet Friendly Apartments

For residents with pets, 'pet friendly' apartment complexes have been built here.

Baltimore Rental Pricing

An apartment home for rent in this town is as an average $2,740. The average home rent in this municipal area is $4,598. An apartment unit for rent in this area costs renters from $400 to $6,750. On average rent for a studio apartment in Baltimore is $1,653, and has a range from $400 to $6,750. One bedroom apartments average $1,897 and range from $450 to $3,674. A 2 bedroom apartments averages $2,167 and ranges from $400 to $5,779. Three bedroom apartments average $2,409 and range from $725 to $4,968. Four bedroom (and larger) apartments average $1,752 and range from $1,100 to $4,753.

Low Income / Section 8 in Baltimore

Our comprehensive list of apartment units features multifamily communities that offer subsidized rental rates. 'Low income' apartment complexes are funded by local government, and have particular income restrictions to qualify.

In addition to official or sponsored low-income housing, 'naturally-occuring affordable housing' (NOAH) apartments are available. Naturally occuring affordable housing is apartments for rent without income restrictions provided by the market at low cost.

US Population Rank for Baltimore, MD -
Top 3 Local Schools in Baltimore, MD - ApartmentHomeLiving.comRodgers Forge ElementaryBaltimore Polytechnic InstituteThe Mount Washington School

Frequently Asked Questions about Baltimore

How much are Studio apartments in Baltimore?

The pricing for 456 Studio Apartments in Baltimore currently ranges from $400 to $10,000 with an average price of $1,649.

What is the current price range for One Bedroom Baltimore Apartments for rent?

Today's rental pricing for One Bedroom Apartments in Baltimore ranges from $450 to $7,823 with an average monthly rent of $1,889.

What does renting a Two Bedroom Apartment in Baltimore cost?

The monthly rent prices of Two Bedroom Apartments currently available in Baltimore range from $400 to $10,000. Today's average rental price for Two Bedrooms here is $2,166.

How expensive are Baltimore Three Bedroom Apartments?

There are currently 633 Three Bedroom Apartments listings available in Baltimore on The pricing ranges from $725 to $10,000 - averaging $2,410 for the location.