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Introducing Richmond, Virginia
We love Richmond, Virginia and are happy to bring its residential rental offerings rentals to you. Richmond has 191 neighborhoods. Apartment shoppers living in this city are from many parts of Virginia. People here like Richmond, VA for many reasons, which most often include price, and location, schools, parks, and the lifestyle they can have in this area. This local resource guide will explore of this and more! We invite you to explore 1,185 apartment complexes available around this municipal area.
Getting Around Richmond
Rated by WalkScore as 'semi-car-dependent', this area is one where you will want to have a car available. You will see that this municipal area has come together so that given the design of this this part of Richmond and a dirth of walkable sidewalks and footpaths, shopping would be difficult without a automobile
Schools in Richmond, VA
For families with students, make sure to find out what schools serve the multifamily communities you are shopping for. Many parents choose their rental home or apartment based on the school districts zoned for that property address. Ask about attendence zones for schools during your leasing process.
The highest-rated high school in this city is Amelia Street Sp. Ed. The highest-rated middle school in this area is Binford Middle. Take notice of Westover Hills Elementary, the highest-rated elementary school in this city. Virginia Commonwealth University is in this area.
Richmond Points of Interest
Hollywood Cemetary is in the area. This town contains ZIP 23220.
Pet Friendly Apartments
For apartment residents with pets, 'pet friendly' apartment communities are available in this market.
Richmond Rental Pricing
An apartment unit for rent in this area is on average $1,685. The average home rent in this town is $2,147. A rental apartment in this town will cost you from $510 to $4,135. On the average rent for a studio apartment in Richmond is $1,341, and has a range from $650 to $1,933. A 1 bedroom apartment on average costs you $1,506 and ranges from $525 to $2,677. A 2 bedroom apartments averages $1,804 and ranges from $510 to $3,993. On the average rent for a 3 bedroom apartment in this city costs $2,116, and has a range from $714 to $4,135. Four bedroom apartments average $1,663 and range from $526 to $3,400.
Low Income / Section 8 in Richmond
Low income apartment complexes are on the market and available for leasing right now. 'Low income' apartment communities are funded by local government, and have particular income restrictions to qualify. This city might be worth a look.
'Affordable' price-range apartments for rent are available for rent near here. These are apartment units for rent ready today in the open market that are created by natural market conditions, and in the same price range as designated low-income apartment units.
Frequently Asked Questions about Richmond
How much are Studio apartments in Richmond?
The pricing for 84 Studio Apartments in Richmond currently ranges from $650 to $3,967 with an average price of $1,341.
What is the current price range for One Bedroom Richmond Apartments for rent?
Today's rental pricing for One Bedroom Apartments in Richmond ranges from $525 to $5,001 with an average monthly rent of $1,505.
What does renting a Two Bedroom Apartment in Richmond cost?
The monthly rent prices of Two Bedroom Apartments currently available in Richmond range from $510 to $7,663. Today's average rental price for Two Bedrooms here is $1,803.
How expensive are Richmond Three Bedroom Apartments?
There are currently 246 Three Bedroom Apartments listings available in Richmond on ApartmentHomeLiving.com. The pricing ranges from $714 to $8,393 - averaging $2,116 for the location.