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1 bedroom apartments : 79
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Sublets in Dallas

Some say that everything is big in Texas, and when it comes to the City of Dallas, that definitely rings true. Dallas, Texas is geographically one of the largest cities in the United States (#4) and currently has the ninth largest population. The city is going through an economic boom and in 2017 was named the fastest growing city in the US. Besides that, Dallas also comes in 3rd for the highest salaries, and 2nd for job growth. The cost of living in Dallas is higher than in most cities, although not nearly as much as San Francisco or New York. As the city is expanding to make way for new residents that arrive each day, finding an apartment in Dallas is not so difficult. Apartments for rent in Dallas typically go for around $800 on the more expensive side, and closer to $650 on the cheaper side. Prices like these will typically be found a bit further from the center, however. More high-end apartments for rent in Dallas will cost you closer to $1,300.

Furnished & Serviced Apartments in Dallas

As Dallas is a hub of business and industry in Texas, there are many accommodations that are targeted towards business professionals that may spend extended time in other cities. Furnished apartments in Dallas often come with amenities that are typically separate when renting a regular apartment. Aside from furniture, these sublets will usually come with things like wifi, cable, daily cleaning and in many cases, a fitness center. Furnished, also known as Serviced apartments, in Dallas will often cost a bit more than a typical apartment, closer to $1,500 per month or more. You can typically find these options clustered downtown or other business districts, as well as outside of the city.

Month to Month Sublets in Dallas

There is a huge demand towards sublets in Dallas as the city is a hub for business travellers. Dallas sublets are searched by expats, nomads and even for students who are studying in the city. The accommodation market is competitive due to the city's offerings. Finding cheap apartments in Dallas can be challenging at times however if you can start your search minimum 2 months prior to your stay you can find a lot of options in the city. Business travellers often prefer month to month lease apartments in Dallas so we suggest you check with the landlord on what your contract involves or if the apartment you find is for short term check with them to see if they can convert it to long term lease in Dallas.


Rooms for Rent in Dallas


Studio Apartments in Dallas

Rooms for Rent in Dallas

Although the cost of living in Dallas is pretty manageable by average US standards, the influx of people moving to dallas has been driving up the cost of rent. If you’re looking to save money throughout the duration of your stay in Dallas, then it would be a good idea to look for single rooms in Dallas. This would be a particularly good idea for students or young professionals. Keep in mind that although public transportation does exist in Dallas, it is not very extensive, so another tip is to look for a room in Dallas closer to where you will be working or studying. Around downtown and Bryan Place there are many apartments, as opposed to houses and townhouses - in this area it’ll be easier to find rooms for rent in Dallas in this area, there are a range of options, so you can expect to pay between $350 - $500 at a reasonable price, and even more if looking for a more upscale option.


Student Housing in Dallas

With Dallas being an enormous city that’s home to a whole host of universities and colleges, the city sees a lot of students looking for accommodation. On-campus housing is available at most colleges, however, as it’s mostly occupied by freshmen and a handful of sophomores, the majority of students typically look for student apartments in Dallas . It can be very beneficial to live closer to your college (or wherever you’ll be commuting to) so that you can easily stay engaged with campus activities. But on the other hand, if you have the freedom to choose where you live, there are several good options for young adults. Uptown is slightly north from downtown Dallas, and is a bit more pricey than other areas. Prices for apartments here can be $1000 or more, although it is one of the closest areas to downtown. Deep Ellum and Lower Greenville are more trendy neighborhoods, with many restaurants, live music venues, and other cultural activities. The cheapest student apartments in Dallas would be located in the Bishop Arts District - an area that is quickly developing and gaining its own personality.

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About Dallas

How much does it cost to rent an apartment in Dallas?
According to Nestpick database, the average rental price in Dallas for apartments are in between $491 and $4,160.
How big is a Dallas apartment?
Although sizes may vary depending on your selection of bedrooms, according to Nestpick database, apartments in Dallas start from 55m² and could go up to 278m².
How to find apartments for rent in Dallas?
Dallas's population count might make things slightly difficult for new comers to find a place when they first move in. We suggest that you use Nestpick's smart tool to look for your new home, as well as if you are a student reach out to your school's counsiling to find a rental in Dallas.
Is rent cheap in Dallas?
According to Nestpick database, the rent in Dallas might change in between $491 and $4,160. Compare to other big cities in United States, rent in Dallas is relatively reasonable.
Who can rent apartments in Dallas?
Anyone is looking for accommodation can rent an apartment in Dallas as long as they are +18 years old.