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Rent Apartments, Rooms & Sublease in Houston

The most populous city in the U.S. state of Texas and the fourth-most populous city in the United States, Houston is a giant of the Deep South. As the cultural and culinary capital of Texas, Houston certainly beats to the sound of its own drum. From country to hip hop, Tejano to Creole, cowboys to astronauts, multicultural Houston proudly shines in the Texan sun as a beacon of American civic life.

The home of Beyoncé Knowles and Kenny Rogers has gone from strength to strength in the 21st century, with its thriving arts scene, booming economy and relatively low cost of living drawing a host of professionals, students and expats to the city. In fact, Houston has one of the youngest, fastest growing and most diverse populations anywhere in the world. Queen Bey would certainly approve.

Thinking of relocating to the Space City? Well you’ll be crazy in love with the choice of apartments for rent in Houston. Whether you desire a semi-detached slice of suburbia in The Woodlands or a stylish studio apartment Downtown, this diverse city has a similarly diverse range of housing options that cater to all tastes and budgets.

Rental prices for apartments in Houston can vary substantially depending on factors such as size, space, style and location. To give you some sort of idea of how much you’ll be paying, a 1-bedroom apartment costs an average of $1,385 per month in the city centre and $920 per month in cheaper neighborhoods.

For a fantastic selection of furnished apartments in Houston, look no further than Nestpick.

Serviced Apartments Houston

Serviced apartments in Houston provide working expats and professionals who are in town for a short business trip all the flexibility they need.

Whether you are travelling alone or with family, serviced apartments will allow you to settle in Bayou City with ease - giving you plenty of time to get on with your work without having to worry about locating certain facilities or taking care of your apartment.

Such accommodation typically comes equipped with hotel-like amenities such as room service, maid service and WiFi - providing a comfortable, hassle-free stay in Magnolia City.

Types of Accommodations in Houston

Cost of Apartments in Houston

For being such a major city, Houston's rental prices defiantly benefit from the city being in the biggest state in the USA. Texas as a whole is generally cheap and even in Houston, this rule rings true. The average cost for a rental apartment is $1269, with the average for a one-bedroom apartment being around the $1100 mark – indeed the prices have only really increased around $200 a month over the last 7 years.

Apartments in Houston by District

As with any major city, Houston is divided into a number of unique neighborhoods and districts that have their own distinct flavor. From neon-lit, eccentric Montrose to restaurant-laden Memorial Park - and everywhere in between - H-Town is full of surprises.

Although the city offers a broad range of housing options, apartment hunting can often be quite demoralising if you’re unfamiliar with Houston’s neighborhoods and their prices. Not sure where to begin? Well we’ve handily created a brief list of the city's best areas for expats and new arrivals.

Once you’re more familiar with Houston, Nestpick’s easy-to-use search option will allow you to filter your search to look for furnished accommodation in areas that suit your lifestyle down to a tee. Houston doesn’t have a problem on our watch.

More Attractive Areas for Apartments for Rent in Houston

Downtown Houston Apartments

As Houston is a major centre of the oil and gas industry, the city’s Downtown acts as the headquarters for several major corporations. In fact, Houston is second only to New York City for number of Fortune 500 companies, and 9 of the city’s 25 are based in Downtown’s Central Business District (CBD). With 150,000 commuters flocking here each day, Downtown Houston can get particularly busy during the morning and evening rush hours.

Despite being characterised by the corporate high-rises of the CBD, Downtown also operates as the cultural and civic core of the city. Elite museums, galleries, theatres and concert halls are everywhere - as are the home stadia for the Houston Rockets of NBA and Houston Dynamo of MLS. A spot of contemporary art and a James Harden masterclass in the same day? Yes please!

The residential population here is only around 14,000, creating a sense of exclusivity around apartments in the area. As you might have guessed, Downtown Houston apartments are among the priciest in the city. The median rent here is $1,550. Although this may seem expensive, it’s still cheaper than similar areas in cities such as New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and San Francisco.

Generally speaking, apartments for rent downtown Houston are based within modern high-rise complexes, and come equipped with a host of standard amenities such as air conditioning and heating. Amenities vary from apartment to apartment, so be sure to check if a particular place meets your particular needs.

Midtown Houston Apartments

Packed with bars, fantastic shops and some of the best nightlife in the city, bohemian Midtown has become synonymous with sophisticated urban living for Houstonians. This central area has become a model of sustainable urban living - a focal point for utilising the power of cultural resources to stimulate economic development and community revitalization.

Several new developments have sprang up in recent years making the neighborhood a magnet for tech-savvy entrepreneurs, artists and foodies. A spot of brunch is always on the cards, with The Breakfast Klub offering a hearty Texan retreat from your morning blues. For a piece of culinary elegance head to Brennan’s of Houston; a local favorite that serves up delicious turtle soup and some of the best steak in the city.

With such an economic boost, Midtown has seen a massive 50% growth in population since 2012. Due to the popularity of the area, the housing market is highly competitive and apartments in Midtown are among Houston’s most coveted.

Apartments for rent in Midtown, Houston come in a range of options. Median rent in the area stands at around $1,209, although prices can vary depending on an apartment’s age, style, square footage and proximity to local amenities and transport connections.

For a great selection of Midtown, Houston apartments, look no further than Nestpick.

Upper Kirby Apartments

The diverse, family-friendly district of Greenway/Upper Kirby is growing increasingly popular with new arrivals to Houston. Offering safety, access to a number of leafy parks and a host of dining and shopping opportunities, the area simultaneously offers suburban serenity with upmarket city living.

The neighborhood is fantastically located: situated a mere five minutes from the Medical Center and Museum District, and only ten minutes from Downtown and the Galleria area. Upper Kirby is also handily adjacent to Highway 69 - offering quick road access to the rest of Texas and beyond.

For new arrivals with families, you’ll have plenty options for recreation, groceries, shopping and entertainment right on your doorstep. And for the kids’ education, you’ll have eighteen schools within a mile of your home (five of which are public).

For new arrivals who are looking to party, you won’t be disappointed either. Despite being typified by middle-aged professionals, Upper Kirby retains a youthful swagger and is home to popular bars and clubs such as Velvet Melvin Pub, Little Woodrow’s Rice Village and The Davenport Lounge.

Apartments near Upper Kirby come in an eclectic range of options; from posh high-rise developments to residential detached houses. The median rental costs for Upper Kirby apartments is $1,621, which makes it one of the priciest parts of the city.

Studio, 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments in Houston

Studios in Houston

If you are coming to Houston for work or for studying, then a studio apartment might be the best option. Although there is a tradeoff with studios sacrificing separate livable areas – studios in Houston can be quite spacious and you often can get to the area of the city you want to live in without always paying the higher price tag.

1-Bedroom Apartments Houston

With the average cost of a 1-bedroom apartment in Houston hovering around the $1100 a month mark, many short-term renters are looking at these apartments as viable options. Cheaper than similar size apartments in equivalent cities, 1-bedroom apartments in Houston are a great deal if you want to save money but not compromise on your own space.

2-Bedroom Apartments Houston

The jump in price between one and two-bedroom apartments in Houston is often only a couple hundred dollars, and so if you are living with someone, or looking for the extra space to serve as an office – it might be worth looking into renting a two-bedroom property. Often cheaper than have a 1-bedroom and a co-working space for example, you can get a lot more property for really only a small jump in price.

3-Bedroom Apartments in Houston

The increase in price is similar again when you move from a two-bedroom to a three-bedroom apartment or house. On average you can find apartments with a whole host of amenities and in a good area from $1500 a month. If you are moving with your family, then the lower costs will help your quality of life, but even if you are moving to Houston on your own, a cheaper 3-bedroom apartment could be something to look at if you rent the rooms making the apartment cheap for everyone!

Pet Friendly Apartments Houston

Over the past few years, several organizations and charities have been campaigning to make Houston more of a dog and pet friendly place and the city is steadily transforming. The amount of dog parks and restaurants that allow furry friends has greatly increased and this is the same with apartments. Many apartments and condo blocks will allow pets – just be sure to be upfront when you are renting the property.

Houston Public Transport

As the second-largest city by area in the southern United States (at 1,730 km2 or 667 square miles), you’ll be pleased to know that Houston’s public transport system offers accessible and convenient service to most neighborhoods of the metropolis. However, there are still areas in can improve, and the main Houstonian form of travel remains the car. Clutch City indeed.

METRO, the city’s public bus and rail system, services most areas of Greater Houston and is convenient to access. A portion of this system is Park and Ride, and this is predominantly used by commuters from the peripheral suburbs.

Consisting of 3 lines (and with more planned), the METRORail is Houston’s light rail system. The main line, Red, runs 12 miles from the mid-north of the city to the mid-south, with many stops along the way. These include Downtown, the Museum District, The Texas Medical Center, Hermann Park/Rice University and Reliant Park. The other two lines - Green and Purple - serve the near eastern area, with destinations including The University of Houston and McGregor Park.

The METRORail runs every 6-12 minutes from early morning to late evening, while the Red Line extends into the late evening on Fridays and Saturdays. The average annual ridership of the METRORail is a staggering 18,335,000.